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Samurai Shodown reboot gets a release date and predecessors will get freebie status on Epic

Over a decade after the last samurai game of the series, Samurai Shodown is getting a reboot. SNK have reimagined yon olde fighting game from 1993 for the current generation of button mashers. Shodown just got slapped with a launch date right around the corner on June 11th. A collection of past Shodown games will join it on the same day.

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Civilization VI is free on the Epic Games Store right now

The latest giveaway on the Epic Games Store is a doozy: Civilization VI, for free, for keepsies. I'm pretty sure some countries consider handing out free Civ to be an act of economic terrorism, for encouraging innumerable late nights and sick days in people who couldn't resist the siren call of just one more turn. The turn-based strategy game may be almost four years old…

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The Lego Ninjago Movie game is free to keep on Steam right now

Hey, parents! Looking to distract the kids with something shiny for a few hours in these trying times? You can currently get The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game free for keepsies on Steam. It's another of those there Lego games from Traveller's Tales, doing their usual Lego game things. Except unlike the Lego games based on serious films for serious adults, like Star Wars and…

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Both of Assassin’s Creed’s educational Discovery Tours are free to keep this week

You've tapped out those skill trees, but have you levelled up your brain? Until next Thursday, both Greek and Egyptian flavours of Ubisoft's historical learn 'em up Discovery Tour by Assassin's Creed are free to pick up and keep forever. Go on, get yourself a slice of ancient education without all that stabby Assassin guff to deal with.

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Looks like Grand Theft Auto 5 will be free on the Epic Games Store today

Keep your eye on the Epic Games Store today: the next free game they're giving away is almost certainly Grand Theft Auto V. That's a real solid get for free. Epic have been playing it coy, teasing a mystery game instead of announcing the next one as they usually do, then they seemingly blew the surprise by tweeting the announcement early. Welp. The freebie should…

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Return to Thimbleweed Park in a free new mini-adventure

We're all invited back to the strange town of Thimbleweed Park for a free new little spin-off. Over the weekend, Ron Gilbert and pals released Delores: A Thimbleweed Park Mini-Adventure, a new story standalone story which grew out of a prototype for Gilbert's next game engine. And it's free for everyone to play, whether you own the original or not. And if you do want…

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This Animal Crossing Island Planner lets you make cute island layouts on PC

You may not be able to play Animal Crossing proper on your PC, but now there's an Island Planner that lets you design your very own village layout. Created by Rob Fichman, the Island Planner lets you figure out your terraforming plans before you commit to them in your actual game. It's great because the terraforming in Animal Crossing itself kinda sucks, and the Planner…

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Swallow The Sea is a short free tale of birth, hunger, and gnawing teeth

The sea's a pretty messed up place, ain't it? A vast, practically-bottom expanse of mother nature's weirdest and deadliest experiments, piled in together and told to work it all out themselves. A short, pay-what-you-want release from devs Maceo Bob Mair and Nicolás Delgado, Swallow The Sea (available on Itch) captures that horror by following a hapless bundle of eggs just trying its best to be…

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Brave Project Winter’s sub-zero subterfuge for free all weekend

It's absolutely roasting out right now, but it might's well be December for all my ability to go outside and enjoy it. No, let's hunker inside, shutter the blinds, and chill out with some cold-blooded murder with Project Winter. Other Ocean's glacial backstab 'em up is currently free 'til the end of the weekend, and offering cold-blooded betrayal for keeps at a brutally slashed price.

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Auto Museum 64’s free parking lot is packed with stylish 90s racers

Take a drive down memory lane with me, readers. For this weekend's field trip, we're heading to Auto Museum 64, a free "educational showcase" of late-90s game art - a fascinating study of the Nintendo 64's slickest racecars, rally trucks and high-performance hovercraft brought together under one roof. Get there early, mind. Parkins spaces fill up fast.

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Realm Of The Mad God escapes Flash shutdown with a Unity port

I was delighted to learn that not only is Realm Of The Mad God still a thing, but it's still full of players and it's as moreish as ever. The perfect hybrid of action-RPG and bullet hell shooter is now being remade in Unity, to escape the curse of Flash and ensure future generations will know its terrible brilliance. You can play it for free…

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Censorship, cybersex and sheep at LIKELIKE’s Online Museum of Multiplayer Art

After dabbling in curated Bitsy exhibitions, Pittsburgh indie collective LIKELIKE have brought a new show to their low-res gallery. The Online Museum of Multiplayer Art opened its doors last night, a collection of social experiments and collaborative folk rituals. If the last exhibition captured the feeling of discovering hidden gems on a convention floor, this week's gallery encourages you to finally strike up a conversation…

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Pippin Barr returns to digital water museums with Bitsy exhibition b r 3

Grab your wellies, readers. Educator, developer and museophile Pippin Barr has once again dipped his toes back into the world of virtual puddles. Following 2017's v r 3, Barr's new b r 3 exhibition (official site) once again explores the many ways devs choose to draw their streams, rivers and oceans - this time, through the lens of free game-making webtool Bitsy.

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PT is even creepier as an old Macintosh game

Sure, Kojima's experimental horror hallway was creepy when it first graced our screens in 2014, but PT looks even creepier if you push it further into the past. Developer Ryan Trawick, who's made some other odd things wot we've liked, has recreated the spooky groundhog day in the antique application HyperCard. It looks quite moody in old black and white.

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Utopias pictures an optimistic future via nine acidic dreamscapes

Things are looking bleak right now, y'all. Between global pandemics, environmental and economic collapse, and just about everything happening with politics, it's often hard to look on the bright side - let alone start planning for a better tomorrow. But Utopias: Navigating Without Coordinates, released today, is trying its hardest to do just that. A collectivist work from collectivist artists, Utopias wants to explore what…

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Sizeable is a free collection of delightful puzzle-box dioramas

If the sun suddenly shrunk threefold, there'd be consequences. In the real world, that'd be total extinction through global freezing. But in Sizeable, it'd probably just open a new opportunity to solve a clockwork puzzle-box. The work of Belgian student Sander Ambroos, Sizeable's short demo offers four tiny worlds to poke and prod at, each with their own intricately-planned challenges to scale. Sorry.

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Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead’s big update is the perfect excuse to play it again

I am in terrible danger. The last time I wrote substantially about the zombie survival sim Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead, I described it as "a roguelike you could play for the rest of your life". That was over three years ago, and it's been expanded slowly but constantly since then.Its latest big update came out last week, and already threatens to consume every hour of…

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Challenge yourself to a tiny Lego build every day in this browser game

Remember three years months ago when we were all really into building tiny houses in The Sims 4? This is like that but with Legos little colorful brick toys. A new browser game challenges you to build a thing every day with just 20 bricks, which sounds like a challenge and is even more so when you actually attempt it. Look at my little fountain. I'd have…

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