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Onlive Fills Your Game Bag with Free Games for Halloween

by Conner Flynn
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Too old to dress up and get free candy this Halloween? Well, you can always steal candy from your kid’s bag. If you use OnLive, the cloud video game service has a special treat for you this Halloween weekend if you are staying at home.


The service is giving away four games this weekend, until Monday. The games include Amnesia: The Dark Descent, F.E.A.R. 3, Metro 2033 and Orcs Must Die. Not sure about the rest, but F.E.A.R. 3 looks like it is worth it alone.

Just sign up, install the OnLive app, pick your free game, Select “Get Game” and a 3-Day Rental for the price of $0.00 (USD). Then when you are finished with those games, on October 31st you can get another game for free if you’re a fan of OnLive’s Facebook page. The title has not been announced yet though. This is a great Halloween treat from the company. Looks like a lot of people will be inside playing games this year.

[via Ubergizmo]

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