Today’s Free Game

I discovered an awesome new site that I wish I would have found out about that week when my Xbox came down with the red ring of death. Apparently they will post a link to a free game every day, hence the name, Today’s Free Game. Already they have links for free, legal versions of Command & Conquer and Command & Conquer: Red Alert. Can’t wait to see what other gems we have in store.

Today’s Free Game launched on January 1, 2009 one simple reason – every single day, TFG will spotlight a new, 100%-free game. Not a game demo, or a shareware product. Only games that are completely free are eligible.

You might be asking yourself “How does TFG reconcile the fact that free games fall into two major categories – very casual webgames, and hardcore, experimental indie games?” The answer is… we don’t. If it’s free, TFG will write about it. Whether it’s hardcore, casual, or anywhere in between.

When are new games added?
Each new game is published at 7AM PST. New games are added 365 days a year. Weekends and holidays are not excluded.

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2 Responses to “Today’s Free Game”

  1. Jeff Says:

    Sweet! I need to figure out how to run my Macbook in Windows mode! I think there’s a disk or something to install windows. Or, I might just buy the new one in 22 days if it’s available for Mac OS. Does anyone know?

  2. cornfedgamer Says:

    Yes C&C: Red Alert 3 is coming to Mac!

    http://www.macworld.com/article/138673/redalert3.html

    System requirements:
    OS X 10.5.6 or later, Intel Core Duo Processor, 1024MB RAM, ATI X1600 or Nvidia 7300GT or better 3D card, and 10GB hard disk space.

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