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Steam drops 4 massively overlooked games for free, available right now

Steam drops 4 massively overlooked games for free, available right now

Grab four overlooked games on Steam for the low, low price of nothing.

It is Steam freebie time, my dudes. Steam is home to well over 100,000 games, of which a smaller number are totally free to play. To be exact, at the time of writing, there’s 6,349 free games available to download from the digital storefront.

Trying to wade through all those freebies would feel incredibly overwhelming (and believe me, writing a full breakdown of all of them would be, too), so for now, here’s four free Steam games that you might have overlooked.

Right now, the Pokémon-like multiplayer battle simulator Temtem Showdown is totally free to play on Steam. Take a look at the trailer below.

First up is 3on3 FreeStyle: Rebound - a real-time multiplayer basketball game. With a varied roster of characters to choose from, players are encouraged to go for “rim-shaking slam dunks, awe-inspiring alley-oops, flashy no-look passes, and clutch outside shots”. You can check it out here.

Next is Quantum Tripper, an eye-melting FPS game which tasks players with shooting targets within a colourful 3D labyrinth. I’m not going to lie, looking at the images of this one on its store page kind of hurt my head, but I feel like that’s probably supposed to be part of the challenge? Maybe? Take a look here (but maybe put on some sunglasses first, or something).

You Doesn't Exist is an interesting pixel art adventure which “challenges all the codes of the RPG genre, toying with its boundaries to create something unlike anything you've ever seen”. From the description, it sounds like a very self-aware game, and its retro visuals are undeniably charming. Have a look here.

Finally, HaberDashers is a cutesy racing game in which tiny racers zoom around tracks set in an everyday home full of (seemingly) giant household objects. You can play either alone or with friends. Check out its store page here.

There we have it - all of those games appear to be permanently free-to-play, so you don’t need to worry about claiming any limited-time offers in order to play them.

Featured Image Credit: Valve

Topics: Steam, Free Games, PC