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Free game on IndieGala: Mechanic Escape


IndieGala is giving away FREE DRM-free copies of Mechanic Escape, an action platformer for a few days in the IndieGala Game Store!


Mechanic Escape is a platform game full of infernal chases. In order to find his lost friends, Mech (the hero) doesn’t hesitate to play the human cannonball, to pass throughout high-voltage areas or even dodge the most deadly machines. As if that was not enough, many bosses will take a real pleasure in chasing you to stop your insane journey.

Mechanic Escape (Steam version) has Very Positive reviews.


Just head over to IndieGala Store and select “add to your library”. Note that you must be logged in to do this. After you add it to your library you can download it from this page.

This is a DRM-free copy, which means you can download it, back it up and keep it forever without needing any clients such as Steam or Epic Games Store.

Game downloads are available for Window PC.

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  1. @Blue .. I did download Dying Light but couldn’t play it due to low fps . It would had taken me all weekend, just to leave the house at the beginning ! … hehe

  2. @uptopia i dont own the oringal game

    the trick was when the game was free to play on steam weekend, you needed to download it and then play it

    after that make a account on the website dockets.dyinglightgame and get a free steam code for bad blood

    however the weekend is already over 🙁

    too late on this one maybe if it goes free to play again the trick may still work?

  3. @Blue … yeah … It’s free if you own Dying Light . Sorry … Bad Info from the site.

    Looks like it has been removed from the site

  4. OK, full disclosure… I confused this game with Unmechanical. According to Steam I played this game for an hour and forty minutes, longer than I played Unmechanical, but I don’t remember playing this one at all. Still… free is free, what have you got to lose?

  5. Not too shabby, I enjoyed my hour or so I spent on this game, but then it got a bit too repetitive and I ultimately gave up. But hey, you can’t argue with that price.


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