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Amazon has been releasing raved-about video games to Prime subscribers for free, a gesture that became more widely recognized during this stay-at-home period.
The month of June brings six new games worth US$112, according to their prices on Steam. They’re playable on live-streaming platform Twitch, where creating an account is also free, as part of Amazon and Twitch’s joint Twitch Prime program.
Titles comprise highly-rated psychological horror cyberpunk video game Observer, survival game The Flame in the Flood, first-person shooter Forsaken Remastered, action-arcade title Steel Rats, and first-person shooter Project Warlock. Video game news site GameSpot had great words to say for most of the aforementioned games in its reviews.
In addition, Twitch announced it will release the humorous Dream Daddy dating simulator—where dads date other hot single dads—for free in June, though it hasn’t stated if this title will be given out in the same lineup as the other five titles.
If you’re a @TwitchPrime member, you’ll be able to download @dreamdaddygame from @gamegrumps as part of your free game benefit in June.
Head to https://t.co/bNWKoY6uaI for more information about the game, and happy dating!
The new games will be available to download via the ‘Claim’ button in this page in June 2020. You will first have to sync up your Prime and Twitch accounts together, as well as install the Amazon Games App or Twitch Desktop in order to play them.
Meanwhile, you can check out their trailers below.
Observer, psychological horror (9/10 Steam rating)
Dream Daddy, dating sim (9/10 Steam rating)
The Flame in the Flood, survival game (7/10 Steam rating)
Forsaken Remastered, first-person shooter (9/10 Steam rating)
Steel Rats, action arcade game (7/10 Steam rating)
Project Warlock, first-person shooter (9/10 Steam rating)
[via GameSpot, cover image via Bloober Team]