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I don’t play a lot of PC games, but the list of games I own keeps getting longer — partly due to my Amazon Prime membership. That’s because every month Twitch, the Amazon-owned game streaming service, gives away a few games and in-game loot to Prime members.

It’s a new month, so there’s a new list of goodies including: Star Vikings Forever, The King’s Bird, Kabounce, and Snake Pass.

Twitch Prime (I didn’t pay for *any* of these games)

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Laptops (clamshell)

Laptops (convertible)

Smartphones & Tablets

Wireless audio

Media Streaming

Other

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One reply on “Daily Deals (3-01-2019)”

  1. Re: Amazon Prime games…

    Heh, looked at that same screen on my Twitch account recently and didn’t even recognize many of the games on there. Between all the free and nearly free games I have on Twitch Prime, Humble Bundle, GOG, Epic, and of course, Steam, I could probably become a full-time gamer and still not finish every game I have by 2030.

    And it’s not as though most of them are bad games either. System Shock and System Shock 2 may be dated, but they are still excellent games, and among my fondest memories of gaming even now, 25 years later (yikes!).

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