One great way to start your weekend is to grab some free games. There are two free games for PC gamers, one from Steam and one from Humble Bundle. There is no fine print here or any catch, all you need is a Steam and a Humble Bundle account and you will be able to increase your pc gaming library size with two more games.
From Steam, you can grab Divide by Sheep and from Humble Bundle, you can grab Age of Wonders III. If you take advantage of these free games in time, they will be yours to keep forever, or at least until the inevitable kitten robot uprising occurs. Click on the links below to get the two titles and add them to your libraries.
- Divide by Sheep (Steam) – Grab before 13 May 2019
- Age of Wonders (Humble) – Grab before 11 May at 19:00 SA time
If you really need convincing to grab some free games, then check out a description and trailer of each freebie below.
Divide by Sheep
Divide By Sheep is a math puzzler about the Grim Reaper’s devious plan to make some sheepy friends. Grim can only befriend the dead, so he decided to unleash a great flood and drag the sheep under. Now stranded on small islands and sinking fast, the sheep need you to help them reach safety.
You save the little animals by solving clever math puzzles. Divide By Sheep is a game of addition and subtraction by any means possible, where puzzles start off fairly easy and playful, yet quickly escalate in both difficulty and dark humour.
Age of Wonders III
Age of Wonders III is the long anticipated sequel to the award-winning strategy series. Delivering a unique mix of Empire Building, Role Playing and Warfare, Age of Wonders III offers the ultimate in turn-based fantasy strategy for veterans of the series and new players alike!
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