Steam users can download and try 12 free games right now
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PC gamers everywhere can currently download and check out 12 brand-new games for free via Steam, and there are some pretty interesting titles in the mix.
If you're anything like me you're probably using all your free time attempting to juggle Baldur's Gate 3 on PlayStation 5 and Starfield on Xbox - a move my wife, friends, and therapist have branded as "dangerously irresponsible". But if you're looking to try some free games and get a taste of something different, Steam is usually the right place to go.
Take a look at our Starfield review below!
At the time of writing there are 12 (that's a baker's dozen minus one) new games available to try for free via Steam's demo page. These are, of course, timed teasers and not the final product, but one of the best things about Steam is diving in and trying games you wouldn't normally play. Yes, there's a lot of shit on Steam too, but I choose to focus on the positives.
Take a look at the 12 free games below!
- Drop It: Block Paradise! - These Trapped Stars need your help! Over 200 fun Physic-Puzzle levels await you.
- Matchmaker: Dungeon Heart - A narrative-driven dating & romance sim featuring match-3 gameplay.
- Order Automatica - A spooky creepy puzzle game that is both spooky and creepy.
- Aimee's Cafe - A cozy point-and-click adventure game where you play as Aimee, a lazy café owner.
- KAMiBAKO - Mythology of Cube - A game system that evokes a unique new game genre that will give you a brand new experience.
- TOKYO PSYCHODEMIC - An interesting-looking puzzle horror game.
- Fast Food Crisis - A culinary battleground where iconic fast foods face their greatest threat: an uprising of militant vegetables.
- Forgenator - An item crafting game where players take on the role of a forge apprentice.
- How To Build Your Igloo - Skate your way in a grid-based arctic world and watch your new igloo grow.
- Planetary Strike - A chess-like competitive turn-based tactical strategy game where you assume the role of Commander.
- Pixel Colony - Build and manage your own colony in a game where citizens are primary resource.
- Tinytown - A cozy building strategy and puzzle game where you create a small city by placing new buildings.
There you are then. Personally I think Tinytown looks absolutely lovely, so if you give any of this week's games a look, make sure it's that one.