Get One Bit Arena for free at IndieGala

Another game you can download for free starting from today – One Bit Arena, an indie survival shooter game in style of old Gameboy games.

Get FREE DRM-free downloads of One Bit Arena for a limited time in the IndieGala Store and keep it forever.

Get One Bit Arena for free at IndieGala

ABOUT THE GAME:

In the future, the games have evolved to the next level. You participate in the game called the Arena. Your task is to survive, your only tool is a disk.
Your obstacles are robots developed by the scientists, and the price on your head. Try to hold on for as long as you can.
This is not going to be easy, but you knew what you’ve signed up for.

Features:
– A multitude of enemy types
– A huge selection of ammunition
– Tons of levels
– The gameplay is to die for
– Perfect time killer

Nothing too serious though, just several evenings of solid entertainment.

One Bit Arena has Positive user reviews and it usually costs $2.99. Get it free at IndieGala store and keep it forever.

HOW TO GET THIS GAME FOR FREE:

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.

However, you can download the optional IndieGala launcher to have a quicker access to your library.

Game downloads are available for Window PC.


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