Free is nice - QUBE 2 and Layers of Fear

It's Thursday and, like every Thursday, the new free games kindly offered by the Epic Games Store are waiting for us. This week is undoubtedly a ...

Free is nice - Observer and Alan Wake's American Nightmare

This week, with Gratis it is beautiful, you have a double good reason to rejoice. Observer and Alan Wake's American Nightmare can be downloaded for free from Epic Games ...

Free is beautiful - Internet Archive is updated

For the uninitiated "Internet Archive" is a beautiful site where many games have been found (and not only, since you can find ...

Free is nice - Surviving Mars

The Epic Games Store weekly program continues undaunted and we, without fear, continue to follow it. This time the game offered is really a bomb, ...

Free is beautiful - Rabbids Coding

This time it's Ubisoft, in a totally unexpected and unexpected way, to give us a free and (potentially) beautiful game. Potentially because, up to two days ...

Free is nice - RobocraftX

Are you a Sandbox Games fan, but do you want to do something more than just build buildings? Then RobocraftX could be the perfect game for you, ...

Free is beautiful - Unforgiving Trials: The Space Crusade

Continuously looking for free material for you we came across Unforgiving Trials: The Space Crusade, kindly offered by IndieGala. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ousK503q1uk In a world now ...

Free is nice - Minit

Hello and welcome back to another chapter of "Gratis è bello". This time to give us the moment of daily latch is the Epic Games Store, ...

Dauntless Launches Today On Nintendo Switch

Dauntless Now Available on Nintendo Switch with Full “One Dauntless” Cross-Platform Support, “Stormchasers” Update Brings New Escalation Experience, Behemoth, Hunt Pass and MoreDauntless Also ...

Axiom Verge 2, Sports Story Among Many New Indie Games Coming ...

Strong Support From Indie Developers Around the World Continues on Nintendo SwitchREDMOND, Wash .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - In a new Indie World video, Nintendo, accompanied by independent developers ...

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