3 Out Of 10 FREE! Wilmot’s Warehouse FREE!
Yes, it’s time for some more free games. As it’s Thursday, it’s another free game day on the Epic Games Store, except that there’s two!
First up is 3 Out Of 10, set at the world’s worst video game studio, and Wilmot’s Warehouse, first released almost a year ago on Steam and Epic Games on August 29th, 2019.
But how to claim these games?
First up: what are these games about?
3 Out Of 10 Chapter 1:
- Join the ongoing adventures of developers at the world’s worst video game studio as they endure antics both absurd and topical. This week Midge joins Shovelworks Studios as a new animator, but not all is as it seems at the studio.
Will Shovelworks Studios ever make a game that scores better than a 3/10?
Welcome to the world’s worst game dev studio. Part animated show, part game, 3 out of 10 is the world’s first playable sitcom. We’re 99% sure that’s true. You can tell us if we’re wrong.
Season One is 5 episodes, released weekly, for FREE!
Fully animated and voiced scenes pull you into the absurd world of Shovelworks. Narratively driven mini games take you behind the scenes for a loving, satirical look at game development. Skip, replay, rewind at any time… experience the world of 3 out of 10 at your own pace.
- This is a puzzle game about keeping a warehouse running in tip-top shape. Just remember where you put everything, because when the service hatch opens, you’ll need to find the things people want quickly, to earn the coveted Performance Stars.
- Unique relaxing gameplay.
- 500 possible products to stock.
- All manner of upgrades and perks.
- Splitscreen 2 player co-op: Work in tandem to organize the warehouse with a friend – Customise your game with Expert Mode for an extra challenge
- Sublime electronic music to listen to while you decide whether wellington boots belong in the footwear section, or with the umbrellas.
You play as Wilmot, a hard working warehouse employee tasked with pushing, sorting and stacking a variety of products. Over time more and more truckloads of products will arrive, gradually filling up the warehouse. How you arrange them is entirely up to you – organize by color, type, the Dewey Decimal System, or some wild format that only you understand – it’s all good! Just remember where you put everything, because when the service hatch opens, you’ll need to find the things people want quickly, in order to earn the coveted Performance Stars required for all manner of labor-saving upgrades.
So, how to claim these games for free?
For both games: Bring up the Epic Games Launcher (available from epicgames.com if you haven’t got it already), then go to Store, and you’ll see he game. Below the trailer and information about it, you’ll see the word ‘Get’ where the price is. Then, when the next screen comes up, click on ‘Place Order’… even though it’s free, then “I agree”. Along the way, it may also ask if you want to give your email address to the makers of the game for their mailing list, but this is a choice, rather than a requirement.
Both games expire on August 13th at 4pm UK time.
Check out the trailers for all games below:
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