Grab a Free Behold The Kickmen Steam Key

To celebrate Fanatical’s Winter sale, grab your copy of Behold The Kickmen for free! Simply subscribe to the email newsletter and link a valid Steam account to pick up your free Steam key.

Get a Free Behold The Kickmen Steam Key at Fanatical

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ABOUT THE GAME:

BEHOLD THE KICKMEN started as a silly Twitter joke, and evolved like a beautiful flower into the year’s least-exciting and mostly-incorrect Football Simulation. It’s football, as seen through the eyes of someone with no understanding of, or interest in, the Laws of Football.

Start at the bottom of the Big Boring British Football Spreadsheet system and grind your way up, gruelling match after gruelling match, to become the best at the football that anyone’s ever seen, and win the World Cup for your mantelpiece.

FEATURES: Kicking, Passing, Tackling, Squad Management and Doing Goals over and over. There’s even a full Story mode, crammed with overblown melodrama and inane decisions to be made.

Check out the video version of how to get the free key below:

HOW TO GET BEHOLD THE KICKMEN STEAM KEY FOR FREE:

  • Head over to Fanatical giveaway page and subscribe to the Fanatical Newsletter
  • Click “Add to Cart”, then checkout
  • Link Fanatical with your Steam account to get the game for free. This is an account that has spent over $5.00 USD in the Steam Store (to battle spam bot accounts)
  • Look for the game in your Steam Library!

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