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Sometimes a deal that seems too good to be true is, in fact true. This is one of those times. During the month of August, Amazon is giving away $132 worth of free video games (valued on Steam) to Prime members.
Not a member? Believe it or not, you can still get the sweet, sweet swag. Sign up for the free 30-day Prime trial here, and you can take advantage of this free offer. Once the trial is over, you can either subscribe to Amazon Prime for $13 a month (or $119 a year) or just cancel altogether. No hard feelings.
Along with on-the-house games that change every month, Prime Gaming (formerly Twitch Prime) offers free level-up options for characters, boosts, skins and more. And even if you cancel the service, you can keep the games in your digital library. It's an amazing deal.
To take advantage, download the Amazon Games app. Games can be played on Windows desktops and laptops, Android smartphones and tablets, Google Chromecast, PS5 and PS4, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One, Android TV and more. So no matter where and how you like to game, you're all set.
Experience the honors and horrors of WWII in more stunning detail than ever in the most recent installment to the celebrated Battlefield franchise. Take on the role of a Norwegian resistance fighter attempting to sabotage the German nuclear program, a Senegalese Tirailleur on the beaches of the Côte d'Azur during Operation Dragoon, an SBS member overtaking German airbases in Crete, and more in this vivid recreation of one of human history's greatest conflicts. Play this first-person shooter as a solo campaign or with friends in the sprawling "Combined Arms" co-op mode.
Shop it: Battlefield V, free with 30-day Prime Gaming trial (was $50), amazon.com
With the as-of-now untitled Indiana Jones 5, nostalgia for everyone's favorite whip-cracking archaeologist is in full effect: podcasts are revisiting the films, The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles are finally streaming on Paramount+, and the classic point-and-click LucasArts adventure games are getting their day in the sun once more. Hailed in its day as "the best adventure game of the year" and often held up now as a classic of the genre, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis is celebrated for its challenging puzzles and crackling dialogue worthy of Spielberg himself. With Prime Gaming, for the first time or the hundredth, you can toss on your fedora alongside Indy and psychic Sophia Hapgood as they search for the lost treasure of Plato's famed sunken city.
Shop it: Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, free with 30-day Prime Gaming trial (was $6), amazon.com
All In! Games' Metamorphosis offers a unique opportunity: the chance to use the term kafkaesque without being pretentious. Inspired by the dark, quirky and often funny world and imagination of Franz Kafka, Metamorphosis places the player in the role of Gregor Samsa, who of course awoke one morning from troubled dreams to find himself changed into a monstrous cockroach. From there, he must venture out to solve the mystery of his transformation and rescue his friend Joseph, who has been arrested for reasons unknown (an homage to Kafka's The Trial). Combining platform puzzles with absurdist existentialism, Metamorphosis is a fun and challenging game that rewards the literary minded.
Shop it: Metamorphosis, free with 30-day Prime Gaming trial (was $25), amazon.com
Whether we mean to or not, we leave so much of ourselves in our phones, a portable record of both who we are and who we pretend to be. That's the idea probed in A Normal Lost Phone, a 2017 puzzle game that presents you the player with a lost phone, originally belonging to an owner first identified as Sam. Through messages, images and more, the player discovers secrets, mysteries and revelations about the life of the original owner, both subtle and soap-operatic.
Shop it: A Normal Lost Phone, free with 30-day Prime Gaming trial (was $3), amazon.com
The successor to A Normal Lost Phone, Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story is both a new story in the Lost Phone franchise and an opportunity from the design team to rectify what they felt were "design flaws" in the original installation. Those redesigns paid off, as Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story was nominated for Best Mobile Game and Best Screenplay, and won the Special Jury Prize, at the 2017 Ping Awards. Dive back into the depths of the digital world with the story of Laura, a young woman who doesn't know whom to trust after suffering a horrific workplace ordeal.
Shop it: Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story, free with 30-day Prime Gaming trial (was $3), amazon.com
Journey to a world unlike any other. With Planet Alpha, you can venture to a living, thriving alien world where you control the day and night. Full of rich, vibrant colors, fast-action platforming, challenging puzzles and tense stealth missions, Planet Alpha offers a gameplay experience as diverse as its planet's flora and fauna.
Shop it: Planet Alpha, free with 30-day Prime Gaming trial (was $20), amazon.com
For over a century, mystery has surrounded the tragic Tunguska event, a massive explosion near the Podkamennaya Tunguska River in Russia on June 30th, 1908. Secret Files: Tunguska puts you in the role of Nina, who's trying to solve the mystery of her missing father, who got swept up in a research mission in Siberia attempting to answer the Tunguska question. This point-and-click mystery game is perfect for both experienced and casual players, its "snoop key" allowing those less well-versed in these types of games to more easily see all its interactive elements.
Shop it: Secret Files: Tunguska, free with 30-day Prime Gaming trial (was $10), amazon.com
Help adventurer Fenton Paddock cross beyond the Iron Curtain in this thrilling Cold War adventure 20 years after the original Lost Horizon. Scour the globe solving puzzles, picking locks and unraveling the mysteries at the heart of Scandinavian mythology. Rich with cinematic scenescapes, a quality score and (in the tradition of Secret Files) in-game walkthroughs for those that need a little extra help, Lost Horizon 2 has something for every experience level.
Shop it: Lost Horizon 2, free with 30-day Prime Gaming trial (was $15), amazon.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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