PC gamers looking for something new to play this weekend have a couple of options to choose from right now, courtesy of Steam. Two great games, Cities: Skylines and Disc Jam, are both free to play on the digital store for the next couple of days.
From now until Sunday, February 11, Steam users can install and play the aforementioned titles at no cost. Cities: Skylines is a city-management sim in the vein of SimCity. GameSpot called it “the best city-builder on the market right now” in our Cities: Skylines review. Disc Jam, meanwhile, is a fast-paced frisbee game reminiscent of Windjammers. Two to four players compete to throw a disc into the opposing team’s end zone, using a variety of over-the-top abilities.
If you like what you’ve played of the titles and are interested in picking either up, you also have a chance to snag them at a nice discount. Both games are on sale in Steam until Monday, February 12. The base version of Cities: Skylines runs for $7.49, while Disc Jam is available for $9. You can also pick up the Cities: Skylines Collection bundle, which includes all of the game’s expansion packs such as After Dark and Natural Disasters, at a discount. The bundle typically costs $121.89, but it has been reduced to $55.90 until Monday.
You can download Cities: Skylines from Steam here and Disc Jam here. Both games have also been released for other platforms; Cities: Skylines is available for PS4 and Xbox One, while Disc Jam is on PS4 and now Switch, arriving to Nintendo’s console as part of the 13 new Switch games released this week.
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