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Thursday, April 2, 2020

Gone Home and Hob Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store adds PC version of Drawful 2, Gone Home and Hob to free giveaway lineup for this week.

Last week, Epic Games initially gave out three games for PC platform via Epic Games Store and then went on to add go-to party game Drawful 2 shortly afterwards, which is still available to claim before April 9, 8:00 AM PT/10:00 AM EDT.

Two more exciting titles; Gone Home and Hob are joining Epic Store weekly giveaway lineup today and stay up until April 9. All you have to do is to head over to EGS and log in with a free account to grab these games to own forever.

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Gone Home and Hob Free on Epic Games Store Now

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A powerful story about struggles of young Katie Greenbriar, Gone Home is a first-person exploration experience from developer/publisher The Fullbright Company that centers on uncovering the fate of her missing family.

One of the under-appreciated works of developer/publisher Runic Games, 2017 action-adventure title Hob is a story of a lone hero with a mechanical arm who is trying to figure his way solving puzzles and saving the planet.

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Also to note that ragdoll physics simulation game Totally Reliable Delivery Service has launched on Epic Games Store today and will be available to pick up for free to spoil yourself with some goofiness for a whole week until April 8.

Epic Store has already announced that narrative adventure title Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments from developer/publisher Frogwares will be on their giveaway list for next week and by then, they may end up adding more.

Friday, March 20, 2020

Tomb Raider, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris and More Free on Steam Now

Square Enix and Steam is giving away a bunch of free games for PC gamers to keep them home amidst a global pandemic of COVID-19.

Even though you may not see Valve Corporation giving out free games to players on their digital distribution storefront Steam for PC platform very often like Epic Games do in a weekly fashion, there are times when they really offer some.

To keep gamers safe in self-isolation amidst Coronavirus outbreak, publisher Square Enix and Steam is offering two Tomb Raider games along with few other titles to claim before March 24, 12:00 AM PDT, so that you can stay home and play.

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Tomb Raider, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris and More Free on Steam Now

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This limited time free giveaway includes 2013 reboot of action-adventure game Tomb Raider, which is joined by a 2014 spin-off title, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, both you can claim from either Square Enix store or on Steam.

Don't shy away from checking out go-to party game Drawful 2 from Jackbox Games and get it before April 11. Also, grab Deiland within March 24 and party game Headsnatchers ahead of March 22 before they are not for free anymore.

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Early Access multiplayer shooter Goat of Duty is a spoof to Call of Duty series with armed goats engage in fast-paced action. If you are up to trolling your friends online, you must give it a try as you can have it for free until March 31, 2020.

Classic puzzle game Pleasure Puzzle:Portrait is offered as well for you to add this to your collection prior to March 27, 2:00 AM PDT. Although, many of these titles may not be your cup of tea but it sure won't hurt to have them for free.

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Now that entire world is dealing with COVID-19 outbreak, people need something to lessen their boredom of staying home and what better ways to do that than getting busy gaming and go out solving fictional crisis on fantasy kingdoms?

Unfortunately, these standard edition titles are available only for gamers on PC platforms and not for consoles. However, they are yours to keep forever once you add them to your library before given time unlike free weekend deals.