While a great game deal is always great to find, it’s even better when you can find some paid PC games for free.
Today we have 85. paid games you can get for free in the month of February 2022. What a great way to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
February Free Paid PC Games Sources
Many people don’t know that if you are a member of Amazon Prime, they give away paid games for free every month.
While they are not necessarily 100% free because you do have to have an Amazon prime membership, it is a free perk many people don’t know about.
To claim Amazon prime free games you can either download the Amazon Gaming App or go to gaming.amazon.com.
I personally recommend checking both. Sometimes games will show up on gaming.amazon.com that do not appear in the gaming app. So why use the gaming app? Because many of Amazon’s games are direct download. The gaming app helps organize all the direct download games for you.
Let’s dive in and see what Amazon is giving away this month. In addition to these free games, Amazon also gives away free loot every month for games like GTA5, Smite, For Honor, League of Legends, New World, Pubg, and More.
I always like to wake up, load up Stellaris, start a game, and then realize it’s bedtime. Stellaris is one of the best 4x strategy games ever created and can easily take away a whole day without you realizing how much time has passed.
The universe in Stellaris already feels like you will never figure out where the end is, and then you add DLC’s, and it gets even bigger.
For Civilization players Stellaris is often considered the next step up, and I have to agree with the sentiment.
While there is a bit of a learning curve in Stellaris (I was literally learning new things after playing a month), once you learn what you’re doing it is one of the best 4x games you will play.
Since Amazon is giving away this paid game for free, if you haven’t played it yet, now is your chance.
I find Stellaris to be a 4.5/5.
Golazo! Soccer League
The first time I loaded Golazo! Soccer League I instantly had memories of playing soccer on my c64 and my Tandy 1000.
Golazo! Soccer League is a retro-style soccer game that doesn’t take itself as seriously as most soccer games we see in the modern era.
Golazo! Socer League brings with it all of the good, and the bad from the retro gaming era. The game is similar than modern titles, with very little learning curve.
With that simplicity brings some negatives, such as lack of diversity in moves.
Golazo! is a great game if you accept it for what it is and don’t try to make too much of it.
Overall, I have enjoyed Golazo! Soccer League in the time I’ve had to play it. It is a solid 4/5.
As Far As The Eye
Some games, like Per Aspera, mix genres and do it so well and so seamlessly that it really works. As Far As The Eye is not one of those games.
While it tries to mix genres it manages to fail at most of them making gameplay extremely difficult and feeling over optimized.
The bad things that happen, called Vagaries, are much too frequent and it is almost impossible to get any gains in As Far As The Eye.
With a couple of patches this could be a really great game, and I would recommend getting while it is a paid game for free. I don’t however recommend playing it unless they patch it to bring a balance to the game. Difficult games are one thing, impossible games are another. I give it a 2.7/5.
Ashwalkers: A Survival Journey
Ashwalkers is a simplified survival game. Everything from the Art Style to the Gameplay has been simplified.
I’ve heard some complaints about the art style, but I really like it and feel it fits the game well. I really like how the game adds red to the game to showcase injuries or bloodshed. It adds just that little bit of color which adds to the games artistic aesthetic.
The game contains an interesting, very narrative driven story where choices actually do matter. Unlike more survival games, Ashwalkers focuses on narrative and players choices more than any other mechanic.
I personally enjoyed Ashwalkers. It fixes some of the problem of most survival games having very little story. It is a very different kind of survival game. I give it a 4.2/5.
Get Ashwalkers while it is free and see for yourself.
Double Kick Heroes
Double Kick Heroes is a zombie fighting rhythm game that looks like a retro fighter like Double Dragon.
Double Kick Heroes is a unique rhythm game with a good soundtrack. Playing this game is a great way to find a new band you like.
It is sometimes hard to look down at your keyboard to hit the proper notes while also trying to target zombies on your screen, but that just adds to the challenge.
There are multiple game modes including story mode, arcade mode, fury road, and endless zombie blasting mode.
The difficulty can feel a little bit unbalanced at times, but other than that it is a solid rhythm game with its own unique spin.
Double Click Heroes has earned itself a 4.2 / 5.
Since it is one of the paid games for free Amazon is giving away this month, you have nothing to lose by giving it a try.
Epic Games Store gives out games weekly ranging from Triple AAA titles to Indie hits. Since we can only get Epic Games Store’s listings for two weeks at a time, we will update this post to keep it current.
While a Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is only about 3 hours from beginning to end, it is 3 high quality hours. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons was written by Josef Fares. the same writer of A Way Out and It Takes Two. If you’ve played either game, you will notice Fares influence immediately.
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is an extremely deep and emotional journey. This is one of the best examples of story tell without the need for dialog. Getting Brothers as a paid game for free is wonderful for those who haven’t had the chance to experience it yet.
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons earns itself a 4.95 / 5.
Cris Tales is a game I haven’t had a chance to play yet. User reviews have no been very flattering towards it. There are many negative reviews about bugs, unbalanced combat, and more.
On a positive note, if you get it for free, even if you hate it, there is no loss.
Indiegala always has a small selection of indie titles they are giving away in their freebies section. Indiegala is also a great place to buy cheap bundles of indie games. Let’s take a look at what’s in their freebies section for February.
Growing up in the 80’s and 90’s, the Leisure Suit Larry games were very intriguing. Mostly because I wasn’t supposed to be playing them at my young age of 11 when The Land of The Lounge Lizards was released.
Now ported to be able to run on modern systems, I get to relive the joy of my past. While Leisure Suit Larry is in no way deep, it is quite humorous and involves a good amount of puzzle solving to complete the game.
The only bad thing about the port is the interface is different than the 80’s edition, and can be a bit annoying to navigate at sometimes.
If you’ve never had a chance to play a Leisure Suit Larry game, pick this paid game up for free.
Leisure Suit Larry In The Land of The Lounge Lizards is a 3.8/5.
Released originally in 1988, Leisure Suit Larry 2: Looking for Love in Several Wrong Places is the direct sequel to In The Land Of The Lounge Lizards.
The games have very similar play styles and humor, though I find the second game to be slightly more entertaining.
It’s worth picking up, especially since it is current free.
Leisure Suit Larry 2 is rated a 3.9/5
Die Young Prologue
Die Young Prologue is the prologue to the Die Young Game (Duh!). It’s actually one of the better shooter style games I’ve played. It takes a lot more thought and strategy than most shooters. Playing the Die Young Prologue makes me excited to play the full game.
The Prologue itself receives a 4/5 .
In addition to the monthly Humble Choice Bundle, Humble Bundle subscribers also get access to the Humble Trove.
Humble has now added a Humble Games app which makes it easier to organize your Humble Trove games.
The games range from very good, like Void Bastards, to just okay. Our first episode of our Podcast, Gabbing While Gaming, which should be released this month be testing the top 10 games from the Humble Trove.
Due to the sheer number of games, we will not be able to write information and reviews on each on.
1. Macdows 95
3. Getting Over It
5. The Groundz
6. A Short Hike
7. Sluggish Morss Pattern Circus
8. Summertime Madness
9. Ruin Raiders
10. Roombo First Blood
11. The Corridor
13. Rogue Mansion Sneek Peak
14. Kind Words
15. Volantia Kingdom in The Sky
16. The Flame in the Flood
17. Retired Nude Men’s Beach Volleyball League
19. Zodiac XX
21. Card Quest
22. Fistful of Nothing
24. Tiny Echo
25. Rainy Season
28. Bomber Crew
29. Keyboard Sports
31. Snake Pass
32. Fate of Kai
34. When Ski Lifts Go Wrong
36. Subserial Network
37. Before I Forget
38. Lyrics Sonata
39. Gunmetal Arcadia
40. Heeey! Parkboy
41. Wilmot’s Warehouse
42. Once Upon a Crime In The West
43. Crescent Bay
45. 2000 To 1 A Space Felony
47. Tales From the Off-Peak City Vol. 1
48. Knight Club
49. Elephant in the Room
57. Allie and Bollie Outdoor Estate
58. Don’t Give Up
59. 20 Minute Metropolis
61. Balconing Simulator
62. Roman Sands
65. Quite City
67. Void Bastards
68. A2Be- A Science Fiction Narrative
70. Fortune 499
72. Space Routine
Summary Paid Games For Free in February
This is a compressive list of free paid games in February currently available. We will update this post as those games change.
If you know of any free paid games we missed, please leave them in the comments below so everyone can get them.
Other great ways to save money on games are buying bundles through Fanatical, Humble Bundle, or Indie Gala.
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