October's Free Twitch Prime Game Selection Is So Good, It's Scary

October's Free Twitch Prime Game Selection Is So Good, It's Scary
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October's Free Games with Prime for Twitch Prime subscribers have been announced, just in time for Halloween. Anyone with an active Twitch Prime subscription will be able to sink their fangs into five "spooktacular" free games from now until October 31.

The games on offer for October include Stranger Things 3: The Game, The Walking Dead: Michonne – A Telltale Miniseries, Adam Wolfe, Deadlight: Director's Cut, and Serial Cleaner.

Stranger Things 3: The Game is a retro-tinged companion to the Netflix series, with optional co-op play that relies heavily on knowledge from the show. It's a good pick if you're still waiting for Season 4 to drop.

The Walking Dead: Michonne – A Telltale Miniseries is a side story that explores Michonne's brief comic departure. The Michonne-focused adventure lets you experience what happened to the character during her brief comic book absence.

Adam Wolfe follows a supernatural investigator who's been working to find his missing sister. While on the trail, he ends up stumbling into a totally different conspiracy.

Deadlight: Director's Cut takes place in yet another zombie apocalypse. As protagonist Randall Wayne, you've got to figure out a way to survive the decimated streets of Seattle. Collect supplies, weapons, and other items to face the zombie hordes.

Lastly, Serial Cleaner tasks you with cleaning up murder scenes. You've got to get them squeaky clean before the cops come and implicate you in the crime. Yeah, it's flipping the script a bit there.

To claim all five games, all you need is an active Twitch Prime subscription. To get started, head over to the official Twitch Prime page, log in, and make sure your Twitch account is linked to your Amazon account. You can then download the games and keep them for good. If October's lineup is this good, we can't wait to see what Twitch members have to look forward to for November.

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