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Along with on-the-house games that change every month, Prime Gaming (formerly Twitch Prime) offers free level-up options for characters, boosts, skins, upgrades and more. And you can keep the games in your digital library even if you cancel the service. Win win!
To take advantage of this ridonculous giveaway, you’ll need the Amazon Games app. The games can be played on Android and iOS smartphones and tablets, plus Google Chromecast, PS5 and PS4, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One, Apple TV, Android TV and more.
Scroll down for this month’s free video games:
Absurdly fast-paced, Move or Die: Couch Party Edition is an online party game (or you can play with up to four players locally) where the mechanics change every 20 seconds. This means you can go from competitive puzzle-solving to a beat-'em-up throw-down within seconds!
The Escapists is a sim and role-playing game where you're locked away in prison and your objective is to escape. It's pretty light-hearted, but it does explore the day-to-day life behind bars. No shivs allowed!
Set in the fictional town of Packmore (get it?), Moving Out is a physics-based sim where you have an exciting career as a furniture mover (no, really) and every job's a new adventure. Fair warning: Packmore isn't your normal town.
The sequel to the extremely popular war game Aces of the Luftwaffe, Squadron takes place in in the skies of WWII Europe, where you'll face off against war machines, combat aerial bosses and dodge a hail of bullets to (hopefully) achieve victory over the Nazis.
Before I Forget is a narrative exploration game where you have to uncover the past to answer the questions of the future. However, the memories of love and loss are fading and jumbled, while you have to put all the pieces back together again. Isn't that always the way?
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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