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Horror platformer Cain is free at Itch.io


This innovative mix of a first person 3D horror game and a 2D platformer is available at Itch.io for free. If you like this free game deal and want to be generous, the developer is accepting tips!

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Cain is a first person horror game where you play a cursed platform game on TV.

Be careful, you are not alone…

Features :

  • High quality graphic.
  • High quality sound effects.
  • Immersive gaming experience.
  • About 25-30 minutes of gameplay.


Just head over to game page at Itch.io and click the “Download Now” button. Note that you must be logged in to do this. If you want to add the game to your account so you can find it easily later, click on the “Add to Collection” on the right side (thanks to Mr. Dummy Account for this ;P)

If you wish, you can leave a tip for the developer but it’s not a requirement to get the game. But it would be nice!

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 and Mac.

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    • If I understand correctly, adding to collection is not quite the same thing.
      If the game is free (as
      opposed to on sale for $0) you don’t need to claim it because
      technically everyone already “owns” it. Still, adding it to a collection
      that you define would at least keep it visible within that collection so you don’t forget
      about it later.

    • You may actually already own in then. I’ve found if you only get the option to download, check your purchased items, and it’ll probably be there.
      Itch is a little different to Steam. You could accidently buy the same game more than once as it doesn’t seem show you whether you own it or not. At least, I haven’t figured out a way to tell, without searching the purchased list.


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