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Old 06-25-2012, 06:41 PM
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Default Free games for customers

I have been asked many times by customers where can i get free games so i looked around on the internet there are quite a few free mmo,web games and such but keeping track of them seems a pain till i found JogoBox.

Looks good so far after testing it i see no adware besides steam the free section does look limited.
Has anyone found anything better?.
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Old 06-25-2012, 07:38 PM
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Steam has quite a few Freemium games, not tons but not bad either. Then there's Pogo, too.
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Old 06-26-2012, 01:51 AM
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What Steam ones are there? Where can I find them so I can try them out?
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Install Steam, you can browse available games in the store by genre, and one of the genres is free-to-play.

Keep an eye on the humble bundle website for some great deals on indie games. Not free, but you can pay what you like for them, and some charities get a cut too.

Also miniclip and newgrounds might be worth a look - mostly Flash content
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Well for portable and installable games for desktop there is

http://www.caiman.us/

http://www.thegamehippo.com/


Then members on this site create games
http://www.create-games.com/home.asp


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Steam offers Team Fortress 2, Monday Night Combat, and Alien Swarm to name a few. Dota2 will also be F2P when it releases.
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