The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day

FREE GAME: The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day

Apparently its a good weekend for free games right now because I have a third free game for you this weekend!  I’m sure the other two (linked below) will keep you busy like they will me this weekend but if they didn’t quite tickle you fancy then maybe this one will!  And the third free game of the weekend is… The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day!

As for the other two free games if you didn’t see the posts from yesterday, you can also pick up GoNNER for free as well as Offworld Trading Company (what I will be trying this weekend) right now.

Like the other two, I can’t say I have ever heard of The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day but that hasn’t stopped me from checking out free games before!  If you aren’t familiar with it either, below is a brief description from the product page and below is also a trailer for the game.

The Uncertain is an story-driven adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic world. Experience the mysterious vibe of each of carefully explored locations, solve diverse puzzles, make fateful decisions and discuss intriguing matters to find out the whole truth being kept from you.

From the reviews on Steam, most people seem to think positively about the game so it sounds like its worth the price of admission.

If you are looking for something to play and not spend money, you can head over to the The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day product page on Steam and grab it while its free!  It is free until March 9th, 2020.  You can also grab the soundtrack and art book for free right now as well!  According to Reddit the soundtrack is pretty good.

If you know any fellow PC gamers that would be interested in checking out this game, especially while free, share this post with them!  Make sure you join our community of awesome geeks over on the Global Geek News Facebook page as well!

Have you played The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day?  If so, leave your thoughts about the game in the comments below to give others an idea if they should check it out!





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