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Spellweaver RERUN Giveaway

Game Giveaway of the day — Spellweaver RERUN

Spellweaver is digital card game with several unique features.
$20.00 EXPIRED
User rating: 56 (63%) 33 (37%) 27 comments

Spellweaver RERUN was available as a giveaway on July 3, 2016!

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Unlock a special feature in Spellweaver game! Get "Wrath of Shamans" card deck worth $20 for FREE!
Spellweaver is a free-to-play digital card game true to the classics of the genre, adding several unique features for a new and fresh gameplay experience. With a focus of strategic depth and variety, it offers endless hours of fun in casual or AI matches, ranked play, drafts, and tournaments!

System Requirements:

Windows XP or later; Memory: 1 GB RAM; Graphics: Any 256MB DirectX 9.0c compatible video card; DirectX: Version 9.0c; Storage: 500 MB


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File Size:

221 MB



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Game looks nice, but it has learning curve as so many reviewers here mentioned. I finished tutorial one, but I'm currently stacked on second. I never played this type of card game so it is confusing for me. Developer should make more novice friendly Tutorial. I"m sure once you know the game, it'll be fun.

Reply   |   Comment by jugem  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

When I first ran 1 click maintenance it acted without warning of scanned findings and giving choice of whether or not to progress.
Also, a better default setting would have been the report option enabled.

Reply   |   Comment by IDe  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

how do u download the actual game,,,,alll download do is send me ti page to get code.......but no game????

Reply   |   Comment by adrian  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

Someone said "harder than Photoshop to learn." They were right. I found this game very difficult, even using the tutorial. I've been a gamer longer than I want to mention, but this is probably the hardest game I have ever tried. Needless to say, I will be uninstalling it. Games should be fun and enjoyable. This one definitely was not.

Reply   |   Comment by Cait  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

apparently not the usual download from GOATD??
using Internet explorer, went into download from Facebook. said version too old
Tried again in FireFox
Kept telling me wrong Captha.
Don't see any word to enter

read all the comments to end. Gave up, don't know about Steam or how to set it up and use it before day expires.
Don't have desire to have to be online to play game.

"CardGame" saw that and thought solitaire, a deck game played before had computer.

Thanks, but having to pass

Reply   |   Comment by cb  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Unlike many steam keys, which you use to buy the game, you enter this from WITHIN the game itself to redeem the bonus pack, either when you register as a player or later on from the game menu. I had no problem doing this.

The cards are beautiful and after I played the two tutorial levels, I thought maybe I understood how the game worked. So I tried played some "easy" games against the AI. I lost all three. I think I need to do the tutorials again, or something. This game is definitely oriented at the PvP market, and I am more of a solo player.

Also, from what I read, you need to be willing to spend time (and maybe money) collecting cards and building your perfect dream decks. That is more involved than I want to get with a casual game. I can see the appeal of the game, even though I do not think this it is for me.

Once you start a battle/game there does not seem to be anyway to stop or pause it. So it would be very unforgiving of people who need to deal with frequent interruptions or like to play during short breaks.

However, I would love to see the developers built some fantasy solitaire games with the Spellweaver cards. That would definitely appeal to me.

Reply   |   Comment by Jean  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

I'm seeing what I think to be some confusion. This is NOT the key for the actual game, but rather a key to unlock additional content in an already owned version. It is for an addon pack of cards.

That being said, You can get the actual game for free using either Steam, or for you nay-sayers, directly from the publisher as a stand-alone version. Play requires an internet connection, regardless.

The code you get from todays giveaway is entered ingame after you have started it up and are playing.

Hope this clarifies.

Reply   |   Comment by Bob Lauver  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Spellweaver is a card game, which full disclaimer is not my favourite genre, but was going to try and install to check it out, but even though I used a relatives twitter, it would not take to give me the code. (Not on any social media because of my work, also not a fan of them) so I couldn't check out this weeks offering even though I tried.

Looking at reviews from other places it seems like a very involved and somewhat complicated game, and I guess if your really into card games that would be alright, but for those that like mindless play it probably doesn't fit the bill so to speak.

For those that speak out against Steam, almost all games are associated with one of the game platforms anymore, and there is many out there, at least Steam is well run, and well done, for example it does a good job of keeping your games up to date (you can choose when and how that happens too) where other platforms have "version" updates that won't install unless you have a proper "version" already, some not provided by them even though you got the game from them!
Steam is also far ahead on profiles, connectivity with friends and even game play sharing by a long shot.
In short if I had a choice of which of the new platforms to get a game on, it would be Steam I would choose to have it on hands down.

Reply   |   Comment by JBurt  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)


"keeping your games up to date"
I've been capable of doing that for twenty five years without Steam

"far ahead on profiles..."
Which I do not need to play a game.

" connectivity with friends..."
I've had that all my life without Steam.

" and even game play sharing"
Unless this is an oblique description of multiplayer (for which we do not need Steam) it is something in which many of us have no interest. Not everyone has the Farcebook mindset that every move they make, in a game or otherwise, should be instantly reported to all their online friends.

Bottom line, I will buy a game from Steam (or Origin/EA or Ubi) when that transaction is like any other purchase - the merchant gets my money and I get their product. Period. End of relationship.

"if I had a choice of which of the new platforms to get a game on..."
It would be my home PC. To paraphrase, "the game, the whole game, and nothing but the game".

Reply   |   Comment by dpg  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11)

dpg, 'game play sharing' is not the multiplayer mode, it's the ability to share screenshots,scores and other things with friends or other people.
I am not on nor do I use facebook, or other social media as my comment clearly states, but your dislike of Steam seems to be rooted deeper than that, and since almost all games are coming tied to a platform now (all as said in my orig. comment as well) if we're going to have to use one, I prefer one that works well like Steam.

Reply   |   Comment by JBurt  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

dpg, to bad then that almost all good games move toward either Origin, Steam or UPlay :)
As for gameplay sharing, think screenshots (easy screenshot key + free image hosting on Steam, Broadcasting (only on Steam so not something like twitch) build in, Streaming inhome to all your devices, fast software library with game and video/audio editing related software. Family Sharing (play your games across multiple accounts in your home)

As I said before, Steam is just a simple game manager, othing more nothing less. It is not some sort of facebook or twitter, you do not need to interact with others, you do not need to have a public profile heck, you can set the darn thing in offline mode if you so desire (and still play your games, Steam only checks when starting a game if you actually own it)

I get the aversion against things like facebook, twitter and reddit sites, I really do. Steam, Origin and UPlay are not of that kind. You can make it that IF you like but nobody is forcing you.

Another plus for steam, Games that will not play n your fancy Windows 8 or 10 (retro games) often are re-released on Steam and then DO work on 8 or 10 (not in all cases) For example Fall Out (the very first one) won't run on my system from the disk anymore, however the Steam version works like a charm

and then there is off course the massive sales, for example the complete Witcher series would cost you abot €31,- today (4 games), the Bioshock series (3 games) for only 15 euros etc

each game (not game series, game) has it's own forum where you CAn (not obligatory) browse and ask questions, you CAN use your Steam login on many other sites as well however if you don't want that again there is no need.

All these people that, just like you, say "I did it always without Steam" remember this... you used to play games without a computer as well, or contact people without a mobile phone or email. You all adapted to that (very clearly so since you browse this site) and this was also "scary ships" in the beginring right?

Install Steam, make a test account with a diposable email just to browse around and check it out, don't buy or add games yet, just check it out and browse around. When you see what it is and how it works make a real account and start adding the games you like. Someday soon, if you want to keep playng new games instead of same ol same ol, you will have no choice. Developers want to protect their work and the Steam DRM is what many choose

Reply   |   Comment by Mavadelo  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

This game is harder to play than learning Photoshop.

Reply   |   Comment by Josephine Quintero  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)

i want to know how to get the game as well it says download and takes me back to my email.
bet no answer will be posted

Reply   |   Comment by sue  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

sue, I think you might need to re-read the comments as both below and above your post it is only explained about 10 times

Reply   |   Comment by Mava  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I have the game thru steam, was looking forward to getting this add-on pack for it. Sent my emails, got the code, attempted to install code via steam: product not valid. What gives?

Reply   |   Comment by Bob Lauver  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)

My derp, you have to install the code thru the game itself, not as a steam addon. Activated and working!

Reply   |   Comment by Bob Lauver  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

i got the licence how do i get the game ?

Reply   |   Comment by tuterke  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

David W, Then you didn't read the comments last time as I have explained in detail how to get and activate, here let me repost
Just reading your review again I noticed you probably don't know about how to use todays key for those getting the key and not having twitter issues here it is:
Download Spellweaver from steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/429680
Start the game to make an account, in the sign up window you will find an entry field where you have to put todays key, this will give you the extra Wrath of Shamans deck. There are two additional decks in the DLC store but NOT the Wrath of Shamans deck. The WoS deck is a rage (red) deck. The current available expensions are both $20 /€20 / 15GBP and there seem to be several decks available for ingame gold as well. when youi install the game go to https://www.rddit.com/r/Spellweaver/comments/4eh5zi/spellweaver_75k_new_player_referral_codes/ before making an account and read it for extra decks and gold but these MUST be activated within the first hour of play (I noticed it to late unfortunately) for a referal code please use mine if you like which is VLANMP , this will give you 75000 gold and together with one of the codes listed in the linked post it will give you 150000 worth of gold and if I was reading it correct a special card back image

remember this MUST be done within an hour of creating your account in the game so basically do
Create account, fill in the GGOTD code during the signup
ingame click on the gears icon and choose redeem key and fill in VLANMP
click again on the gear icon and choosse redeem key and fill in one of the codes from above link (only one can be used)
happy gaming

Reply   |   Comment by Mavadelo  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

tuterke, the game is free thru steam, or thru the publisher's website. you have to use the provided code in-game to activate it. hope that helps

Reply   |   Comment by Bob Lauver  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

You can try this webste:

Reply   |   Comment by Ootje  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Thanks GAOTD , for this game , but I think I will give it a miss , too many strings attached to it , not straightforward also. I downloaded the game , went to my web site , but just got a registration key but no game , then informed to go to another website to fill in a form , etc, etc this could go on & on , my advice to steam , Make it simple. regards leftey

Reply   |   Comment by leftey  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

leftey, but it is straight forward
download game from steam, make account ingame and put in code while making account The signup screen provides an entry field for the code. How straight forward do you want it?
for the non stemers, go to website, download client, install client, start client, make account ingame, put in code while making account ingame. Also very straight forward.

Reply   |   Comment by Mavadelo  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Spellweaver Re-Run

In Brief

Spellweaver is a 'Free to Play' game developed by Dream Reactor and released Feb 2016. It's a trading cards game on the lines of Magic: The Gathering. Where two players assemble decks of cards that contain spells and enchantments as well as attacking creatures.

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If you don't like today's game please give some feedback detailing why you don't like the game and how it could be improved from your point of view . If you don't like this genre at all, explain why. There are still thousands of subscribers to the game giveaway of the day every weekend which makes this an ideal forum for giving developers ideas as to what their consumers (i.e you) would like to see in a game. For example, you could suggest extra content such as mini games, or a level editor that you would like to see that would make it more appealing to you, and in the case of todays game include a mode that would allow you to experience the game without using a VR head set.

If you miss today's game giveaway you can get the game free either via Steam HERE or directly from Dream Reactor HERE

This version appears to be linked to Steam, I cannot confirm this becasue I'm unable to complete all three actions becasue Twitter won't authenticate. If you are having this problem, there were a couple of comments from last weeks game that gave suggestions as to how to fix this. It didn't work for me. If you are unable to get a key for todays game, you can download the game directly from the developer HERE

You can also install the game directly from Steam by going to the Steam store. The game is free, tohugh there are extra packs that can be purchased. It may be that the key you get for completing all actions unlocks a giveaway special dlc that gives you a free extra pack of cards, but this is supposition. If anyone can confirm this for me i'd be grateful. Thank you.

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If you still haven't opted to install the Steam client, it can be worth it just for the free games available of which there are a few hundred. The client does not take up much hard drive space and has a small memory foot print. Once installed make sure you are not signed up for the beta program otherwise you'll get daily updates, which often means re booting the client. For those who want to add even more games to their Steam account cheaply there are literally hundreds of excellent Steam game codes available at this time for upwards of 90% off from various Indie bundle Sites. You can see these by checking out the thread called The Weekly Round-Up of Game deals over in the game discussion forums HERE. Also the Steam summer sale has started with discounts as high as 90% off. You can pick up loads of indie games for as little as £0.39p.

There are also a few hundred free Steam games, some of them Free to Play which generally means pay to win as most (but not all) include dlc's that enhance the game. If you play one of those games, you are likely to get trounced by those who have purchased the buffs and better weapons. there are also lots of free single player games. You'll find lists of these free and free to play games via various Steam groups or via the Games drop down menu on Steams Store page. Just hover your mouse over games (next to Featured Items) and you'll see Free to Play. Clicking on that will open up a list of free games with four tabs labelled Popular New Releases, Most Popular, Coming Soon and Specials. If you look to the right of the Most Popular list you can see a filter system that is divided into four sections, i.e. Narrow by tag, Narrow by category, Narrow by feature and Narrow by Operating system. The first one is extendable by clicking on see all. You can now see all of say the single player games by checking the checkbox labelled the single player. If you want to see a list of all free and free to Play games check all of the boxes. Checking just the single Player box then selecting the Most Popular tab will show you every free single player game available. At this time there appears to be 117 free single player games. If you check all of the boxes you'll find 445 games of various genres.

The game installs to the following path by default unless you either selected to install to a different path or if you went directly to the developers site and cut out the need for Steam. Those with multiple hard drives are able to save games on any drive they wish:

C:\Program files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\

You can select to have a shortcut installed to the desktop and start menu if you wish

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Spellweaver is a fast-paced and strategically deep digital card game, featuring several mechanics unique to the genre. Created by an indie team of seasoned game developers, and designed by a Magic: the Gathering National Champion, it is easy to learn, yet challenging for veteran card game players.

One of Spellweaver's core gameplay features is hero development. During a game, your hero levels up, gains resources, and can develop additional hero skills, letting you craft the perfect hero to complement your deck's strategy.

Spellweaver's combat system features an innovative creature speed mechanic. Fast creatures allow you to dictate how combat goes, but they have generally weaker stats. Slower creatures are bigger and stronger, but they are also easy to outmaneuver.

Spellweaver's design allows for quick games, yet offers a huge number of combinations and paths to victory to explore. Join in and have endless hours of fun with this strategic card game created with a lot of passion!

Reference accessed HERE. 25th June 2016

If you have a problem installing or activating or getting Spellweaver to work please visit the problems section, which I've now incorporated into the FAQ's thread, which you can find HERE

The Game:

These days, collectible card games are a dime a dozen. For a while, the pool size of available CCGs, especially digitally, was about one: MtG. But thanks to the popularity of Hearthstone — and other titles like HEX: Shards of Fate, Ascension, Legends of Norrath, even Pokemon TCG — the genre has found itself as one of the more popular ones around (of course, the dozens on iOS and Android devices have certainly helped its cause as well). The problem this all presents, though, is that it is hard to stand out among the crowd as a digital CCG. Because there are so many solid titles fighting for players’ time these days, developers have to knock it out of the park with their design and execution to get people to leave the heavyweights, like Hearthstone and Magic, and flock to their product. So how does Spellweaver fair when put next to the handfuls of great games in this burgeoning market?

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Right off the bat, Spellweaver is working against itself. This is not an easy game to simply jump into, learn, and then be off to the races. This is an involved, strategic card game that is going to require expert analysis to outwit opponents. The game uses Magic as something of a foundation, and then builds on it, mixing in additional systems that will delight those looking for high-level, super nuanced play and absolutely madden, and then subsequently isolate, those wanting something a bit more accessible. It’s safe to say that with Spellweaver, there isn’t going to be much cross-pollination with games like Hearthstone, which is the king of the “easy to learn, difficult to master” design philosophy. Nothing makes this more apparent than the forty-five-minute time limit each match has. Forty-five minutes. Talk about setting a particular tone.

At its core, Spellweaver is a PvP-centric card game in which two players forge decks of cards so as to square off against one another. Like Magic before it, cards here are broken down into items and spells of various types, attacking and defending creatures, damage-dealing spells, enchantments, artifacts and the like. These cards are summoned to a playfield, giving way to a back-and-forth cadence between opponents until one is out of hit points. Sounds pretty basic, right? Yeah, it’s not. Each play-deck is built by the player, put together from cards obtained through booster packs that range in size from four to ten cards. The cards are random, of course, and can be paid for via in-game resources or purchased with real money. When building a deck, it’s a pretty standard affair: each card has a fixed cost, which is paid using resource cards that folks must include in their deck composition. So, it’s just like the system used in Magic; resource cards here just aren’t called “mana” but they operate in the exact same way. But, it’s not as easy to accumulating enough mana to then summon a creature. There’s an extra step in here.

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Cards now have levels to them. So, what players must do to effectively put a creature on the board is they have to have the required mana and also the required level. So, how does a player gain levels? By making a choice with resource cards. When playing a resource, folks will have to decide if they are going to play it and apply it toward their mana pool or their level. It’s an added layer of strategy that really changes the rhythm of the game. Some will love it because there’s another proverbial moving part to all of this; others will hate it, not wanting to have to strategize about yet another thing. This mechanic rewards smart play, and because of that, is actually a pretty unique addition to the tried-and-true formula. Unfortunately, as a result of this, it creates another barrier to entry, and it drags the flow of matches down. There are also champion abilities to unlock throughout the game as well. These are level-based, thus giving players another incentive to choose to play a resource card toward their level rather than mana pool.

The problem this feature presents is in the domain of balance. It was already easy to get mana-starved in MtG; and now with Spellweaver, it’s even easier to, not only get mana-starved by a bad deal but to shortchange yourself with one poor decision whose effects linger for the remainder of the match. Again, this presents an issue when trying to build up a playerbase. No doubt, the CCG purists will love this punishing approach; but a game can only survive so long on ardent fans — at some point, they need a broader audience for sustainability, and I’m just not sure Spellweaver will have that thanks to these design choices.

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Speaking of these kinds of choices, let’s talk about the game’s attacking system. So, players can’t just summon a creature to the board and then have it attack whomever. That’s not how it works here. Creatures, in addition attack and life values, also have speeds. And a creature can only defend an attacking creature if their speed is equal to or greater than that of which is attacking. This is another factor to keep track of when laying down a card. Again, veterans are probably going to like having another thing to take into consideration when planning their advance; but the average player (not just the casual player) will find this, in conjunction with the others, to be daunting, overwhelming, annoying, or some combination of the three. At least there’s the option to play just the AI — so those at a loss, will have the opportunity to understand the various systems. It’s just too bad that to even play the AI, one has to be connected to the Internet.

With that said, it should be known that, despite these limitations, Spellweaver employs some truly unique cards. With as many CCGs as there are out there, it’s hard to find a card game that manages to surprise you with interesting card abilities. And yet, I found myself routinely surprised at how distinct some of the creatures and spells are here. Better still, there are a lot of cards available, sure to delight those who want a CCG with serious card depth.

Where the game also sets itself apart from the others is in its approach to something resembling a campaign. While this is not HEX, which has a super robust campaign complete with characters, dialogue, and a story, Spellweaver does have a world map with various locations to which players visit. Traveling to these spots (which is simply done by clicking on a target location) nets a quest. Completing said quest then provides a reward, usually in the form of a new card. It’s a really neat system that adds a bit more replayability than something that’s strictly match-oriented. Players also have a persistent level, which is also a fun inclusion. Completing quests provides experience points; the more a player levels up, the more they unlock — be it modes, titles, or decks.

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There are also trials in which to take part that earn folks booster packs and gold. When it comes to content, Spellweaver really has a decent amount of it. This is all the more impressive not only because others of its kind sometimes lack in this department, but also because the game is very new. So, here’s hoping the devs continue to update and support the game going forward. We do wish, however, that more would have been done with the concept of persistence. It doesn’t embrace the notion fully, like HEX, but it also doesn’t want its features to be barren like a more straightforward card game. It’s as if the developers weren’t quite sure what they wanted to do with the game outside of the core gameplay. Consequently, what we’ve ended up with is slapdashed campaign-lite component.

Helping Spellweaver‘s cause is its presentation. The game is really quite striking. From the gorgeous card art to the beautiful world map, the game has one of the stronger aesthetics out there regarding CCGs, even if it is a bit on the generic side. The only downside to the visual presentation is the interface. It gets the job done, but can look like a bad browser game at times. Or at the very least, looks outdated by approximately a decade. The music, on the other hand, is also more than serviceable. It won’t win any awards, but there’s a little bit of everything — smooth, rolling legato pieces thrown in with heavier, pulse-pounding anthems and haunting dirges. There aren’t a plethora of tracks, which is too bad considering how well-composed each are, but folks looking for a quality aural experience to go along with their card-combat will be more than pleased.

Review and conclusion was written by Bradly Halestorm. (I've not had time to explore the game fully) Reference accessed HERE. 25th June 2016

Other Reviews:

You can see other reviews of the game HERE, HERE , HERE, HERE, and HERE

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You can see a few videos of Spellweaver gameplay HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE

Spellweaver‘s very nature is the thing that will ultimately get in the way of people playing it because let’s be honest, you either love collectible card games or you don’t. But for those who do love the genre, there just aren’t a ton of reasons to devote your time and money to Spellweaver and not something like Hearthstone or Magic. It’s not accessible like Hearthstone, it lacks the history and entrenched playerbase of MtG and it doesn’t commit to fully to embracing its dabbled-in persistence, making it inferior to something like HEX, which is, for all intents and purposes, the only true persistent CCG out there. Those who want to play something akin to Magic with added (but extraneous) systems so as to have just one more layer of tactical depth to contend with will enjoy Spellweaver. At the end of the day, though, it doesn’t know its audience — and games that don’t understand who they’re for typically fail to capture anyone.

I'd like to take this opportunity to thank the developer Dream Reactor for giving away a key for Spellweaver, and to the game giveaway team for giving the community the opportunity to check out this game.

Useful Information:
The problems section that used to be posted here in the Game review is now included in the Game Discussion FAQ's thread; which you can find HERE.

I've updated the games section that used to be posted with the review. The thread is now called 'Weekly round up of game deals', formerly the games section of the weekly reviews. You can find the new thread (which I've posted in the sticky section of the game discussion forums to make it easier to find if you are perusing the game discussion forums) HERE.

The latest free game over on Origin has changed to Nox. Nox is an action role-playing game developed by Westwood Studios and published by Electronic Arts in 2000 for Microsoft Windows. It details the story of Jack, a young man from Earth who is pulled into a high fantasy parallel universe and has to defeat the evil sorceress Hecubah and her army of Necromancers to return home. Depending on the player's choice of character class at the beginning of the game (warrior, conjurer, or wizard), the game follows three largely different linear storylines, each leading to its unique ending. If you've ever played the early RPG's such as Baldurs Gate and Icewind dale or the early Fallout series and liked them, you'll probably lik e this game as well. It's 16 year sold now, but still looks oretty f=good for it's age. This type of game has held it's appeal and looks far more than the early firs tperson games. I highly recommend it..

You can get it HERE. Please note that you do require the Origin game platform to be able to download and install the game.

If you are having problems installing the game check the thread I've linked to above. If you can't find any fixes check the comments made by the community below and over the last few weeks for suggestions. Thank you.

If today's game wasn't to your liking, you may find other games either free or for less than the price of a cup of coffee (from your favorite coffee house) via the 'Weekly Roundup of Game Deals' thread which I've posted a link to above, or HERE.

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Translate and speak aloud the entire web page of Safari app.
$4.99 ➞ free today
iCal Widget Giveaway
NO need to unlock your device to see your calendar events!
$1.99 ➞ free today
ProShot Giveaway
Welcome to ProShot, the future of professional mobile photography. --- CAMERA FEATURES...
$4.99 ➞ free today
Background Color Giveaway
Create beautiful wallpapers by 40 types of preset color and customizable specified color.
$2.99 ➞ free today
picFind - Find some different Giveaway
picFind is a classic find different game.
$2.99 ➞ free today

Android app giveaways »

Correlate - Symptoms Diary And Habits Tracker Pro Giveaway
An essential tool for anyone who wants to understand symptoms causes.
$2.99 ➞ free today
Last Day Survival-Zombie Shooting 24H Dark Dungeon Giveaway
This is an addictive Roguelike surviving indie game.
$0.99 ➞ free today
Tap Town Premium (idle RPG) - Soul Giveaway
Construct the village, train the heros and fight monsters!
$1.99 ➞ free today
Fury Snake Giveaway
Classic snake game with a twist.
$0.99 ➞ free today
Coneorphism Giveaway
A widget for KWGT PRO.
$0.99 ➞ free today