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Free Game on Steam, GOG and Xbox: Destroy All Humans! Clone Carnage


Destroy All Humans! multiplayer spin-off game Destroy All Humans! Clone Carnage is now available for free on Steam, GOG and Xbox. Playstation version for some reason costs $0.02.

Unlike the regular Destroy All Humans! games, this one is 2P local multiplayer only and it has pretty bad user reviews on Steam.


Wreak havoc in Clone Carnage! This standalone DLC comes with 4 modes, 6 maps, and up to 4-player multiplayer. Split-screen lets you double the damage in local 2-player multiplayer. Unleash your wild side in Rampage, Armageddon, Race, and Abduction modes!
  • Experience the evil side of a classic alien invasion story
  • Destroy humans using your Psi-Powers and unique weaponry, like the Anal Probe Gun
  • Body snatch a pathetic human and infiltrate their fragile democracy
  • Obliterate their backward architecture with your flying saucer

DLC features

  • Compete and destruct with up to 4 human or alien lifeforms online
  • Cause double the destruction with the local two player multiplayer on a split-screen
  • Challenge your friends and foes alike in 4 game modes over 6 different maps
  • All skins from the Destroy All Humans! Release in 2020 are included


To get a DRM-free version on GOG, head over here.

Steam version is available for free at this link, and Xbox version right here.

That’s it! Enjoy your free game! 🙂

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  1. Steam User Reviews: Mostly Negative.
    Ouch 🙂
    Ah, multiplay game with no players. So of course, everyone negs the game for not having any players. A bit of a circular argument “I won’t play it, because no one else is!”.

    • Yeah, I wish it had more random players. The positive reviews I guess were from people who played it locally among friends. I have my brother, but he seems to be one of the rare few that don’t care to play video games. I’m still trying to get him to though.

      • Everybody has that one game that they finally click with and become a convert, it’s usually just a matter of finding the right one.


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