Read this article about the very best free PC games and watch as capitalism collapses around you. There are enough that there's no reason you should ever spend money again.
Dr. Langeskov The Tiger and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist
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If you’ve choosed-and-adventured through Bandersnatch, the recent Black Mirror thing on Netflix, and aren’t already a fan of experimental interactive fiction: I envy you. It means you’re able to play actually good examples of interactive fiction for the first time. Sure, Bandersnatch has funny lines, surprises and scene stealing performances from Will Poulter doing a “pretty much exactly how I, the writer, talk in real…
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The best free games are on PC, and if you want to know what the best 50 are then you've come to the right place.
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day of the year, perhaps for all time. A delirious and witty post-Stanley Parable statement of intent from William Pugh's Crows Crows Crows - twenty minutes long and no-pennies in price, you have no excuse not try it.
3 years ago
I am dad, hear me whinge. Too many games, not enough spare time, for all my non-work hours are spent kissing grazed knees, explaining why you cannot eat the food in that cupboard, constructing awful Lion King dioramas out of toilet roll tubes and being terrified that the next jump from the sofa to the armchair will go fatally wrong. I'm lucky in that my…
The bohemian sewer of neon lights and indie games known as Itch.io has posted a huge bundle of games from over 100 different creators, pointedly called A Good Bundle. It's got a lot in it. Gone Home is in there, Catacomb Kids is in there, Proteus is there, The Novelist is there, Killing Time At Lightspeed is there. And a bunch of smaller games of…
Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day of the year, perhaps for all time. The Beginners Guide, aka, the sad one. After the Stanley Parable warmed the innards of human animals across the world, the two creators went their separate ways. One of them resurfaced a couple of years later holding a free game with a superbly…
4 years ago
Dr. Langeskov, The Tiger and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist is the new game from the new studio from William Pugh, co-developer of The Stanley Parable. It starts British comedian Simon Amstell, and could arguably be said to maybe possibly feature a grappling hook. It's free, and out now, and here's whether it's worth your precious, precious time.
A little while back William Pugh (who partnered with Davey Wreden on The Stanley Parable), Dominik Johann, Jack de Quidt and Sean O'Dowd formed a studio called Crows Crows Crows and began teasing their first game [official site countdown thinger] via an ARG. For those of you (and by "you" I secretly mean "us") who have been intrigued by the Crows Crows Crows emails but…
A couple of days ago William Pugh - one half of the team that brought us The Stanley Parable - teased a new development team, and a new game to be announced soon. It seems he's not going to be making it easy for anyone, as it's kicking off with an ARG. About Crows.