Twitch Prime free games for September include Gunpoint and Strife

Twitch Prime has listed its free games for the month of September and has made them available starting today.

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Twitch Prime continues to rack up the freebies for its users. With the month of August coming to a close, Twitch has revealed the next batch of free games set to come to Twitch Prime users for September.

The following games will be available for free from now through September 30:

  • The Adventure Pals: Developed by the folks at Massive Monster, this family-friendly platformer follows the story of a boy, his pet rock, and his trusty giraffe. This game has racked up several awards en route to release, including the Indie Showcase Winner at PAX Australia.
  • Guild of Dungeoneering: This turn-based dungeon-crawling card battler from developer Gambrinous centers around players attempting to venture through a dungeon. But you don't control the adventurer, you actually build the dungeon. Use your cards to set the dungeon's layout and create something unbeatable.
  • Gunpoint: This stealth puzzle game comes from developer Suspicious Developments, where players are tasked with breaking into heavily-armed facilities and stealing their sensitive data.
  • The Original Strife: Veteran Edition: This 1996 classic from Rogue Entertainment is considered the pioneer of the FPS-RPG genre.
  • Pumped BMX+: Created by a solo developer, Pumped BMX was originally relesed on mobile devices, but has been updated for PC with over 500 new levels.

As is usually the case with Twitch Prime games, these are all Windows 10 copies of the game. If the free games aren't quite enough, Twitch Prime users can also pick up the PUBG: Jungle Crate for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, two Overwatch Wrecking Ball Loot Boxes, and a handful of free Warframe bundles for free right now. Find all of this on the Twitch Prime website.

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