Epic Games Store Free Games This Week – Rising Hell, Slain: Back from Hell


The Epic Games Store is kicking off the festivities with some real Halloween deals this week with Rising Hell and Slain: Back from Hell. These two games will be available for free on the platform until October 13, 2022.

Developed by Steel Mantis, Slain: Back from Hell is a 2D platformer that puts players in the heart of an old-school heavy metal album as players battle demons and all manner of hellish conjurations in this hyper stylized bloody platform.

Rising Hell is also in the action horror genre as this rogue-lite places players in a vertical platforming setting and pits them against hordes of demons. Both games are accompanied by a hard-hitting metal soundtrack, evoking images straight out of a Black Sabbath or Iron Maiden song.

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Next week’s free game on the Epic Games Store is ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove!

Available for free from October 13, ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove!, a refreshed take on classic console games. The game basically puts all the best features from the classic games on the console games and also polishes up the original with a host of improvements.

This roguelike adventure allows players to play online and in local co-op with up to 4 players. The game resembles the art style of 90s cartoons and carries a similar sense of goofy comedy that fans love from that era of animation.

The Epic Games Store has continued to deliver great games well into 2022 and it seems to have been one of the smartest ways to bring new people to the platform. While it’s hard to go up against the infamous GTA V free sale, the games on offer have been of high quality so far.

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