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The Epic Games Store is well known for providing free offerings on many games, both AAA and indie darlings. This week, the Epic Games Store is offering A Game of Thrones: The Board Game and Car Mechanic Sim 2018 for free, allowing you to choose between a board game of a show with a controversial ending or a way to practice changing a flat tire. At least, I assume you can change some sort of tire in the latter game.

A Game of Thrones: The Board Game is an adaptation of the popular board game from Fantasy Flight Games. It allows you to take control of one of the Seven Kingdoms and attempt to conquer the map. You have a limited number of resources and troops, so use strategy and wit to win the Game of Thrones. You won’t necessarily die in the way that Cersei Lannister implies you will, but victory will still be glorious.


From kings to cars

Meanwhile, if you would rather spend your time fixing cars and building up a repair service empire, consider downloading Car Mechanic Simulator 2018. This is the car-repair game in a genre of simulators simulating mundane, everyday tasks. This detailed, realistic sim has a lot of appeal for car fans, allowing you to fix up different kinds of vehicles. From hideous, to pretty, to fast, fix up your cars with over 1,000 different parts.

You can download A Game of Thrones: The Board Game and Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 on the Epic Games Store for free until June 30 at 11 AM. Be sure to add both of these games to your library before they disappear from the store and return to their original prices. If these games aren’t your style, then you might be interested in next week’s offerings, which include Geneforge I – Mutagen and Iratus: Lord of the Dead.

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Joshua Chu
Joshua is a freelance writer and a passionate gamer, from thriving at JRPGs like Persona or struggling to land a shot in your favorite FPS game.

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