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Epic Games Store Adds Three New Free Games This Week

Replacing last week's freebies are two old titles and a new adventure game by Radiohead. Alongside the latter, you can expect Gambrinous' dungeon crawler and a puzzle platformer produced by indigenous people.


Guild of Dungeoneering

Released in 2015, Guild of Dungeoneering is a dungeon crawler with turn-based combat and card game mechanics. Instead of the heroes, players will control the environment using guild decks to create rooms, monsters, traps, and loot. To win, they must learn the personalities and classes of the heroes as the characters will make their own decisions in the combats. Guild of Dungeoneering can be claimed here.


Kid A Mnesia Exhibition

Radiohead has teamed up with Epic Games Store to release "an upside-down digital/analogue universe" created from original artwork by Thom Yorke and Stanley Donwood, and sound design by Nigel Godrich to commemorate 21 years of Radiohead's "Kid A" and "Amnesiac" albums. It was originally supposed to be a physical exhibition but has then taken the form of a video game due to the pandemic. Download Kid A Mnesia Exhibition here.


Never Alone

Based on the Inupiaq tale “Kunuusaayuka", Never Alone is a game by indigenous people telling indigenous stories. Controlling both Inupiaq girl Nuna and her Arctic fox, players will have to solve puzzles across 8 chapters of the story. The central plot revolves around Nuna's discoveries about the blizzard, nature, and her village's role in it. Other indigenous stories included in the game are The Blizzard Man, The Little People, The Manslayer, The Rolling Heads, and The Sky People. Never Alone can be grabbed here.


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