Games can be downloaded from the Epic Games Store and GOG.
Free game alerts! This time we have the Epic Games Store and the GOG are handing out Super Meat Boy and SOMA in their PC versions.
Starting with Super Meat Boy, the game developed by Team Meat can be downloaded for free from the Epic Games Store from today, December 28 to January 10.
If you remember when the Epic Games store was recently opened, it was announced that they would offer free games every two weeks, so by logging into the Super Meat Boy product page, you can add it to the basket and complete the process of adding to your collection.
– Epic Games (@EpicGames) December 28, 2018
Super Meat Boy is a tough platform game, like steel, in which you play dice with animated flesh trying to save your girlfriend (made from bandages) from an evil spawn in a tuxedo in a bank.
Our meaty hero will jump through walls, through a sea of circular saws, through ruined caves and through puddles of used needles. He will sacrifice his own well-being to save his damsel in distress. Super Meat Boy brings back the complexity of classic NES games such as Mega Man 2, Ghost and Goblins and Super Mario Bros. 2 (Japanese), and simplifies them, leaving the essence, a platform game, in which you need to move like crazy and keep our reflexes to a point.
And the switch to SOMA is a more limited time promotion, since it will only be available until next Sunday, December 30th.
You can download the free SOMA for PC by going to the GOG home page, and at the beginning there will be a button for exchanging the name developed by Frictional Games.
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SOMA is an existential psychological horror that is not associated with panic. From the creators of Amnesia. Apply through a free banner at https://t.co/TiMFdAcy7Z until December 30! pic.twitter.com/hM41ZefSTn
– GOG.COM (@GOGcom) December 28, 2018
SOMA is a fantastic and sci-fi video game from Frictional Games, creator of Amnesia: The Dark Descent. This is a disturbing story about personality, awareness and what it means to be human.
The radio does not work, the food is scarce, and the cars began to believe that they were human. The underwater installation of the PATHOS-II has undergone terrible isolation, and difficult decisions will have to be made. What to do? What makes sense? What else to fight for?
So if you don’t have these two games in your collection yet, this is the perfect time to get them and finally give them a chance.