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One Today, Two Tomorrow: Free Online Games

Original article: The store of Strategy Games, Action, and Free Horror give you no money - don't miss them

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Gaming enthusiasts, this is a reminder for you - don't miss out on a visit to the Next day online to add your title library to Surviving Mars before it evaporates and is replaced by a couple of other free offers.

Surviving Mars is a strategy and management game launched last year by the Bulgarian studio Haemimont Games, which was responsible, among other things, for three games in its beloved Tropico series - and offers you to build your own settlement across the Red Planet, with all the real challenges and difficulties faced by such a hostile environment, including Lots of extreme and unexpected natural disasters.

Surviving Mars

The game has been awarded 76 bad reviews scores from 100 on the Metacritic website, and is now available for free - instead of a full recommended price of no less than $ 30 to which it will return tomorrow afternoon (Thursday, 17 in October).

Click here to go to the game page in the Epic Store

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Immediately after Surviving Mars ceases to be free - you can grab Observer and Alan Wake's American Nightmare free games instead, as a replacement.


Observer is a first-person psychological horror launched in 2017 and has received a great affection from critics and players with an average score of 78 from 100 on Metacritic - while Alan Wake's American Nightmare is a separate and self-contained expansion pack for the wonderful Alan Wake action title and horror The Max Payne series, originally created in 2012 and also won for a kind and relatively warm face.

There is no doubt that, Know how to earn positive points for gamers, and have been persevering for quite some time.

Alan Wake's American Nightmare

updating: Observer and Alan Wake's American Nightmare are now available for free at - And now we also discover that in a week from now they'll be replaced by another interesting pair: the great psychological horror game Layers of Fear and the platform game and thinking QUBE 2.

Click here to go to the free games distribution page at the Epic Store


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