Free is nice - Polygoneer

Until 19 June on Steam it is possible to "buy" without spending a penny Polygoneer, a reflex-based arcade game, in which you will have to ...

Free is beautiful - City of Brass

Free is beautiful never stops and today "offers" you (in reality we only spread the word) City of Brass. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEiaQTHXEsk City of Brass is a ...

Free is Bello - Die Young: Prologue

In this Free is Beautiful we recommend you Die Young: Prologue, free on Indiegala. If you have already known Die Young, open world ...

Free is nice - Minion Masters

This time we are not talking about extremely tasty stuff, but certainly many of you will find time to enjoy it. Let's talk about Minion Masters, basically ...

Free is Beautiful - Jalopy

It is never too late to grab a free game, this time on the Humble Bundle. For our column Free is Beautiful we signal ...

Free is beautiful - RiME

The Epic Games store continues to give us pearls. We continue to take them, rigorously aggratis. This week, starting today until 30 ...

Free is nice - The Sims 4

Guys, this is a big bomb, since the game we're talking about is The Sims 4! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22I4Aeid13c I don't think the title ...

Free is Bello - Stories Untold

Stories Untold is the new Free and Beautiful of today, directly from the Epic Games Store. The game consists of 4 stories narrated with an approach ...

AppLovin Co-Founder and CEO Adam Foroughi Named at Glassdoor Top CEO ...

PALO ALTO, Calif .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - AppLovin, helping publish mobile game developers, market, and grow their businesses, today announced co-founder and CEO Adam ...

Small Giant Games announces an expansion of epic proportions of the popular title ...

Among the innovations, the addition of multiple basic updates, an increase in the number of levels for strongholds ...

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