Free PC games: Amazon gives Maniac Mansion, don't miss it!

Free PC games: Amazon gives Maniac Mansion, don't miss it!

Free PC games

If you want to get off to a great start in July 2022, you absolutely cannot miss the free PC games given away by Amazon Prime Gaming. Among the new free games, obviously reserved for those who have an Amazon Prime subscription, Maniac Mansion certainly stands out, a historic graphic adventure developed by Lucasfilm Games and created by Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick, launched in the 1980s.

This does not mean that other free PC games are subdued. During this month, in fact, it will be possible to redeem for free Suzerain, a text-based RPG where players lead the nation of Sordland during a turbulent period, between war, economic crisis and various reforms. For simulator lovers we find Fishing: North Atlantic. It is a real business simulation game, where users take on the role of a man dedicated to commercial fishing in the seas of Canada, with the ability to customize and buy the various fishing boats. The third game is Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark, another role-playing game with scenarios created entirely by hand and with turn-based combat and character customization.| ); }
The new games given away by Amazon, as well as the bonuses, will be available until July 31, 2022. To be able to redeem them you need to visit this address and obviously be connected with your Prime account. Continue to follow geekinco for all the news and announcements in the pipeline from the world of video games.

The next free game from Epic is a bloody, zombie co-op classic

Another Thursday means it’s time for another changeover of free PC games on the Epic Games Store. This week, you’ll be able to snap up free copies of Iratus: Lord of the Dead, Hood: Outlaws and Legends, and the crunchy retro sci-fi RPG Geneforge 1 – Mutagen. Next week, you’ll want to get out the mop and bucket, because gory co-op game Killing Floor 2 will be going free July 7.

Killing Floor 2 is a wave-based co-op shooter in which you and some teammates take on massive hordes of gibbering undead. Tripwire Interactive lavished attention on Killing Floor 2’s weapon models and feedback, and there’s an argument to be made that it includes one of gaming’s best-feeling shotguns – especially when you’ve activated ‘zed time’ with a well-placed headshot, slowing the action down to John Woo-style slow motion.

You can customise your characters with loadouts, perks, and accessories, and teamwork is essential for survival, especially once you’ve reached one of Killing Floor 2’s boss stages.

You’ll also be able to snag yourself a copy of the deck-building RPG game Ancient Enemy starting July 7, which features much less clean-up after a few rounds.