Valve’s latest Steam festival lets you try hundreds of PC games for free

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To help shine the spotlight on independent game developers, Valve’s Steam Game Festival is back with an autumn edition.

Now through October 13th at 1PM ET / 10AM PT, PC gamers will have the opportunity to access a slew of indie games coming out within the next six months, free of charge. Some notable titles included in the fall game festival are Alpaca Ball: Allstars, Cake Bash, Ghostrunner, Garden Story, and Smash Ball.

Valve held a Spring Game Festival earlier this year to fill the void left following the cancellation of the Game Developers Conference. It was a chance for indie developers who lost the opportunity to demo their titles to get a feature on Valve’s digital storefront.

In addition to hundreds of indie game demos, the Steam Game Festival: Autumn Edition also includes a week’s worth of live streams from content creators and developers, such as interviews and special gameplay and commentary throughout the duration of the event.

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