Other than the obvious picks like Doki Doki Literature Club and CSGO, there are a lot of great games for free on Steam. Here are five underrated free-to-play games on Steam.
This list is not ranked in any order.
Dagon by H.P. Lovecraft
This game was obviously based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft. Dagon is an immersive horror game that offers little in terms of gameplay. The art style and grotesque locations are what’s so interesting about this. You will have a great time with this game, even if you haven’t known much about Lovecraftian cosmic horror. This game might even get you into the genre.
Please, don’t run away scared. This game is actually really fun. If you like math, you will be especially fond of this game. It’s not very difficult either. It’s such a great puzzle game – especially considering it’s, you know… free. Give it a try!
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World of Guns: Gun Disassembly
The title of the game is pretty self-explanatory. There are a ton of guns and you can disassemble them. You can appreciate the technology that goes into crafting firearms like a true gunsmith in this game. You can learn a lot about guns from this game. There’s even a shooting range for you to try out the guns. It’s a really good game if you like engineering and firearms in general.
Krunker was originally a browser game, which means you can log into the game without downloading and just play it. While the browser version is still available, the Steam version is much better because it saves neatly to your PC and your save files will be quite safe too. This game is a first-person shooter in a blocky, cartoony art style. It’s a multiplayer game like Counter-Strike Global Offensive or a Call of Duty game. It’s good, clean fun. Runs on almost any PC and is very lightweight.
Browser version: https://krunker.io/