Showing posts with label Surviving Mars. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Surviving Mars. Show all posts

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Surviving Mars Free on Epic Games Store Now

Build your first functioning human colonies on Red Planet as Epic Games Store is giving away Surviving Mars this week.

In a continuing streak of handing out free game on PC platform, Epic Games have come long way and has been making good on their promise for eleven months straight since launch of Epic Games Store back in December 2018.

In their latest giveaway queue, Epic Store is offering city building simulation game Surviving Mars and anyone with a free account can claim a free copy of the game for PC platform before October 17, 7:59 AM PT/10:59 AM EDT.

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Surviving Mars Free on Epic Games Store Now

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Whenever someone talks about possibility of inhibiting a suitable planet other than Earth, often times Mars comes to mind and Surviving Mars lets players do exactly that by letting them establish a human colony on the red planet.

Step into a Martian colony as an overseer and try to ensure well being for all colonists living there. Following simple gameplay mechanics of any city builder simulation, you will always be challenged by the game to better your strategy.

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Surviving Mars is hailing from developer Haemimont Games and publisher Paradox Interactive, which tasks you to erect constructs and gather resources in an alien world that has many deep mysteries and secrets yet to discover.

Coming soon on next week, Epic Store has both action-thriller Alan Wake's American Nightmare from Remedy Entertainment and psychological horror game >observer_ by Bloober Team as their next freebie titles on October 17.

Friday, July 5, 2019

Kingdom Come: Deliverance on Humble Monthly Bundle

Medieval action RPG title Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been added to Humble Monthly Bundle for August.

Fans of action role-playing experience can sure appreciate a game like Kingdom Come: Deliverance that came out last year from developer/publisher Warhorse Studios after it was crowdfunded on Kickstarter and become a Steam top-seller.

Deliverance is chosen to become an Early Unlock game alongside city building simulation title Surviving Mars from developer Haemimont Games and publisher Paradox Interactive in Humble Monthly Bundle ahead of August 2019.

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Kingdom Come: Deliverance on Humble Monthly Bundle

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By spending a relatively small amount of only $12 per month for your subscription, members are getting access to a number of AAA or indie games each month for PC platform, which are eventually revealed on first Friday of each month.

Except for recent debut of Xbox Game Pass for PC, there were no comparable monthly services on the platform but Humble Monthly offers to redeem a bunch of games with Steam codes each month to add them to your library forever.

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Last month, a collection of games like 911 Operator, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Duskers, Paratopic, Pool Panic and Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered has made it to monthly Humble Bundle lineup with an overall value of $139 in total.

July 2019 has offered similar values for your bucks by including titles such as 60 Parsecs, Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Love is Dead, Moonlighter, NAIRI: Tower of Shirin, Road Redemption and Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus.

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July 2019 Humble Monthly Bundle Games

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Of course, Game Pass for PC lets you sign up for as low as $1 for starting month and gives you access to more than a 100 games for just $9.99 monthly, they are about to leave the service at some point when new games are going to be added.

On that note, even though Humble Monthly gives you a few handpicked titles out of many, they are yours to keep without ever being worried of them leaving and it also contributes to charity programs by donating from your each purchase.