Pick Up Dungeon Keeper For Free Via EA Origin

You can't keep this dungeon! Wait, yes you can. 


Fan of Peter Molyneux's Dungeon Keeper? The original, now that awful free-to-play version that popped up not too long ago? Now you can pick it up for free, at least the 1997 version, via EA's Origin service. It's the latest game added to the Origin On the House promotion, so if you're interested you'd better go grab it while you can!

Head to the official page now and make it yours before it ends up changing unexpectedly, as these games tend to do. It normally retails for $5, but is yours for the low price of free during the promotion, which is meant, in EA's words, to "provide a great gaming experience and a way to discover awesome new games."

Dungeon Keeper is actually an excellent way to spend your weekend, and if you're not already knee-deep in something else like Mafia III or games of that ilk (it's getting ready to be a ridiculously full fall) you'll be happy you went ahead and locked it in.

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