They say the best things in life are free, but that's usually only true for those who choose a Rogue class. Sometimes the wealth gets shared around though, as proved by The Great Games Experiment
Starting this week, The Great Games Experiment will be offering a free game GarageGames
to anybody who signs up for an account.
The Great Games Experiment is a community driven site where gamers can join together to share lists of their favourite games and try and force more people to try them. Members can also network with game developers and play a whole load of games hosted on the site. It also lets members use the page as a hub, adding Google widgets and and customised information to their account page.
GarageGames have teamed up with the GGE to offer a free game from its collection to any new members, which is a perfect excuse to join if you haven't already. GarageGames currently hosts a selection of about fifty games, including gems like Gish
and the stylish Virgil
, which uses a Frank Miller-esque graphic style to tell its story.
Sounds good to us, even though all we do all day is get free games and talk about them.
What do you think about the surge in online communities lately? Is this just Facebook for gamers? Is Facebook just MySpace for n00bs? Let us know your opinions
, let us know them all!