Twitch announces September’s free games with Prime
There are some decent offerings available this month.
Starting August 30, you can now claim all of the games that are included with your Twitch Prime account. September features five games, and with Twitch Prime, once you download the games, unlike similar offerings from Xbox and PlayStation that require maintaining the service, these games are yours to keep forever, so honestly, you might as well download these free games with Prime.
I mean, why not continue to make that backlog larger and more unmanageable? Check them out below.
September’s free games with Prime
The Adventure Pals – This game is supposedly all about exploration and friendship, two things all of us could probably use a little bit more of. There’s also giraffes, which we all definitely need more of. The sidescroller offers unique boss fights, platforming action, and jumping puzzles.
Guild of Dungeoneering – Guild of Dungeoneering takes a typical dungeon-crawler and turns it on its head. Instead of controlling the character in this turn-based title, you actually build the dungeon around your hero, as you lay down rooms, traps, monsters, and of course, loot. These different parts all come from the various cards you will draw throughout the game.
Gunpoint – Playing as a freelance spy, the puzzler has you breaking into various high-security buildings. You’ll have to rewire traps and alter security cameras if you want to come out unscathed.
The Original Strife – Older gamers should remember this title that is considered by many to be one of the first FPS-RPG experiences available. Using the DOOM 3D engine, controls and design should all look familiar. Check out 8 minutes of gameplay.
Pumped BMX – Possibly my favorite of those in September, this game has you racing and tricking your way across 500+ levels in this sidescrolling BMX title. Tricks are big, wrecks are bigger, and there are even bike and character customizations available.
Don’t forget, you’ll need Twitch Prime to claim these games.
What do you think of September’s free games with Prime? Plan on downloading any of them? Let us know below.
For more gaming news, make sure to check out:
- No Man’s Sky is gearing up for their first community-driven event
- EA’s Battlefield V has had its release date pushed back a month
- Tactical zombie RPG, Dead Age, is making its way to Xbox One in September