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Deal Alert: GOG Is Giving Away 25 Games for Free

The words "Spring Sale" over a flowery backdrop.

What’s better than adding a bunch of video games to your ever-growing collection? Spending nothing in the process, that’s what. GOG, the PC game store with no DRM attached, is handing out free games right now. While some of them are always free (like GWENT), there are some great gems in the list.

GOG already has a Spring Sale going with pretty good discounts, but free is (nearly) always better. If you head over to GOG’s site, you’ll see it waxing poetically about our current situation:

Even if the sun is shining and the flowers have already started to bloom where you live, health and safety are on everybody’s mind right now. Closing the shades and playing video games can be one of the good ways to relax and pass the time when you stay at home. We’re here to help you choose your next great adventure with this selection of free games from our catalog and a massive Spring Sale running until March 30th.

But, even better is a giant list of free games for the taking. You can pick up great options like Treasure Adventure Game. Even if you haven’t heard of the games that are up for grabs, they’re free, so you have nothing to lose.

Twenty free gmaes from "Bio Menace" to "Teen Agent."

The best part is how easy GOG made it to claim the games. They’re all listed on one page, just click the “Free” buttons then checkout. And if nothing tickles your fancy, you can always check out the Spring Sale. Either way, don’t let this slip you buy. The deal goes away at the end of the month.

via GOG

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