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Steam giving away six new free games for July

Steam giving away six new free games for July

Steam is dropping free games like it's hot

It's genuinely hard to keep up with all the free games and downloads available on Steam at the moment... not that we're complaining, mind you.

PC gamers are being spoilt rotten with free games of late, with tons of new offerings big and small raining down from the digital sky. While the vast majority haven't exactly been the biggest names, free is free. Plus, it gives us a chance to check out games we might normally never have looked twice at. Everybody wins - especially you.

As of July 2 anyone with a PC, a Steam account, and a song in their heart can grab the following six games: Doomsday: Last Survivors, Dust And Aliens, Monster's Domain, Spiritle, Soccer Kids, and Swelter. Never heard of a single of those? Me either! So let's break 'em down.

First up is Doomsday: Last Survivors, a tower defence game with lots of zombies to blast away. Original? Not really. But who needs original all the time?

Dust And Aliens is an FPS roguelite et in a futuristic western universe. The game’s goal is to advance through various arenas and nab the highest possible score.

Next up is Monster's Domain, which either does or doesn't have an apostrophe based on whether you believe the Steam title or the game's logo. Is it one monster in the domain? Is it multiple? We just don't know. Anyway, this is a hack-and-slashy RPG with plenty of loot to grab.

Spiritle is a gorgeous looking "turn-based strategic battle digital board game" that I actually really like the look of. Then there's Soccer Kids, which is less my cup of tea on paper but still looks like a really cool effort.

Finally, Swelter is a story-driven mod for Half-Life 2, set years before the events of the critically acclaimed sequel. Given how well-loved Black Mesa is, this one has a lot to live up to. But with over 790 positive reviews, I'd say it's definitely worth a look.

So there you have it. You wanted to read about some free games. I have provided you with those free games. You, in turn, have provided me with a click. I'd say our transaction is complete, yeah? Yeah.

Featured Image Credit: Valve

Topics: Steam, Free Games, PC