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Free Game on Epic Games Store: Drawful 2

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Epic Games is giving away FREE copies of Drawful 2 for one week, starting today and lasting until April 2nd 2020.

Epic has announced that they will keep the weekly free game giveaway throughout 2020 – follow us on TwitterFacebook or Steam to get a reminder when each new free game giveaway launches!

ABOUT THE GAME:

The team behind the hit party games Fibbage, Quiplash, and YOU DON’T KNOW JACK presents Drawful 2 the game of terrible drawings and hilariously wrong answers! Use your phone or tablet to draw funny and challenging things like “creepy tiger” or “two moms having a great day.”

Players type in what they think the (probably terrible) drawing really is and then everyone – even an audience of potentially thousands of players – votes on what they think is the correct answer.

Drawful 2 has Very Positive reviews on Steam and it usually costs $9.99

HOW TO GET DRAWFUL 2 FOR FREE:

Just head over to Epic Games Store or navigate to the game in their launcher before April 2nd 2020, add the game to your cart and checkout. Simple as that. After that, the game is yours to keep, and play, forever.

Besides being free on Epic, Drawful 2 is currently also free on Steam! Get the Steam version here.

Make sure to check in next Thursday for the next Epic Games Store freebies!


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18 COMMENTS

  1. Aztraeuz, Steam having a near monopoly on the digital game store industry is actually what is distasteful because it only benefits Steam. Competition would be more beneficial for both customers and developers because that produces lower competitive prices for customers and lower competitive fees that developers/publishers have to pay. Right now Steam gets a whopping 40% cut of profits for having the dev’s/publisher’s games on that store. Epic has far lower fees at 13%.

  2. @aztraeuz thats true, they could start giving out bundles based on what you DONT have steam allows you to show your game list maybe they are going to use that sort of function

    @tonci anyway i can post a screenshot here i doubt it but i wanted to show you all a screenshot i took of
    epic last year showing april’s free games

  3. Humble is legit. Partnering with Epic is distasteful to say the least, but that’s business.

    It’s also really dumb to have keyless integration. You want the keys, that way you can trade away the keys you don’t need for stuff you want.

  4. Humble is legit. I’ve bought stuff from there and I was able to redeem keys at Steam with no problems. They have get game bundles and Flash Deals (featured games with bigger discounts than normal). They also have great book bundles too: coding and development books, cookbooks, life improvement books, game books (CYOA, RGP), crafting, etc. – I even got a great set of language For Dummies books too! Oh, and also software bundles to keep your computer running faster, security, for music synthesizing, digital drawing, etc.

    I really like them! If they are developing a keyless integration with Epic, that would be awesome!

  5. @Tonci Ay mate I went through freesteamkeys(dot)com and they are… I guess an ok site, nothing more nothing less. They were advertising some giveaway on site I mentioned above and everyone keeps telling me that the site is phishing. Couple of users on reddit and guys that rated the extension on google called “” were rated it okay, they said that they didn’t have any problems. I took 1 key from them, the game worths around 5 euro, but they wanted phone number, facebook, discord, even login for steam! (but I was connected already, not like all those scam sites where You need to type your acc name and pass). Just for security I have changed passwords on all connected mails, changed pass on steam, changed number also… And I am thinking about re-doing my whole windows again. I would strongly suggest to avoid this site. Even if they are legit, You never know. To me, like right now, nothing is happening, like literally. Didn’t noticed viruses, pc didn’t slow down, internet speed is still cool, no ads on sites…

  6. these websites buy in bulk then sell each key, some even sell steam credit

    humble makes a bundle of keys in monthly packs for a fixed fee, great idea im new to it all
    but some people have said the prices have gone up and it used to be way cheaper and better
    bang for your buck

    @tonci yes those websites sell crap they stole using bots for sure

    theres no point in buying games we dont like or wont play so i guess for now im just collecting whats
    free but in the future im buying all the old games i missed out on but still want , thats my plan anyway 🙂

  7. The site Brutal mentioned doesn’t look legit to me. It offers the games that are directly free on Steam, but with extra steps. Seems fishy. I personally would not use that site.

  8. I wanted to ask you all about humble and your experiences using the service, my reading suggests that is was great years and very cheap its less of a deal nowadays but it seems the best place out there for keys to games, some suggest that it is legit and others say otherwise, other services like g2a greenmangaming etc sell keys direct to you but people say that its risky

    then i came across this

    “Keyless integration with Humble Bundle and Humble Store has also launched on Epic’s service. Once you’ve linked your Epic Games account to a Humble account, you can purchase games from the Humble Store and they’ll automatically be added to your Epic Games Store library without requiring a redemption key. “This is one step we are taking towards creating an open ecosystem for players, and we’re looking at more partnerships with highly reputable digital game sellers.””

    Seems like its real and that epic actually wants to connect to humble is that also same for steam?

    If this is the case then it shows that the service is 100% legit right?

  9. @brutal i dont know that site so i cant comment, i do think that these sites are giving away keys
    that perhaps bots got for free then they attract users to the site in order to gain revenue through
    advertising, however if that is spam malware etc then i wouldnt use them

    we could setup a team of us to grab keys using VM’s in order to get around it, then we all dont miss
    out and share that bunch keys with IGB crew 🙂

  10. @mightygiro yep that was what i was thinking il post what i have and then if theres anything on the who folks dont have and want il swap or giveway 🙂

    trade via steam chat

  11. @blue there a sites where u can sell your spare keys but there pretty shady like g2a best thing is just to trade or swap with other ppl that also have duplicate keys

  12. @inqntrol yes that was steam store this is now free on epic and microsoft

    @tonci epic AND microsoft now have this free so its free everywhere i guess the dev must have
    put it out all across every contact they have because of whats going on #stayathome

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