Grab the horror game The Infestation for free on Itch

This week, get another free PC indie game! The Infestation is an indie horror game about a human sized roach hunting you. Run, hide or die!

This indie game normally costs $3, but it’s available for free download on Itch for a short time.

Free Game: The Infestation is Free at Itch

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ABOUT THE GAME:

This horror game will make your skin crawl. A human sized roach is on the loose and you must find a way out of the facility with your only options being to run, hide or die.

Check out the game in action in the trailer video below:

HOW TO GET THIS GAME FOR FREE:

EDIT: This giveaway is over.

Just head over to game page at Itch.io and click the “Download or Claim” button. Note that you must be logged in to do this.

This PC game usually costs $3 but for a limited time you can add it to your Itch account for free. If you wish, you can leave a tip for the developer but it’s not a requirement to get the game.

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, and it will work on PC, Linux and Mac!


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