Get three free adventure games from Epic this week

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Epic Games Store customers who have minimized their piles of shame can rebuild them to input a trio of acclaimed indie adventure games for free this week.

The first is Deponia: the complete journeywho collects games Deponia, Chaos on Deponia, and Good bye Deponia in one version. Players take on the role of Rufus as he tries to escape the trash planet Deponia with his unrequited love, Goal (a little on the nose there, people). This sci-fi point-and-click adventure series is renowned for its humorous dialogue and challenging puzzle design, and will appeal to anyone who loves old LucasArts PC adventure games.

According to the game’s Epic Store page, the collection includes all three games with new in-game menus and maps and expanded soundtracks, plus tons of bonus content like developer commentary, creation videos, how-to guides, and more. help, etc. it’sI do not do Deponia: the complete journey worth grabbing even if you’ve already completed the series.

Next is The first treea 3D exploration game in which you traverse brightly colored forests as a lone fox. There’s more to the storybut i dI do not want Waste it. Iit’s a fast game; you can experience everything in less than an hour.

What is the most impressive in the game it was made by one person, David Wehle. Wehle documents his solo development efforts on his Youtube channelwhich I recommend checking it out if you like The first tree.

Finally, we have another point-and-click adventure game: The pillars of the earth, based on Ken Follett’s best-selling historical fiction novel of the same name.

If you are unfamiliar with the source material, The pillars of the earth is set in Kingsbridge, England during “The Anarchy” civil war which lasted from 1135 to 1153 AD – a time plagued by political conspiracies and social upheaval.

The game moves between three playable characters: Philip, the local monk; a noblewoman named Aliena; and a young boy named Jack. According to the Epic Games Store description, the game tells the story in a “new interactive way” that allows players “to change the events of the novel and influence the fates of its characters.”

All three games can be downloaded for free until April 22. To add the games to your library, visit their store pages in the Epic Games Store app and click “To have.”

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