December 2019 Twich Prime Games Announced

Published: November 27, 2019 9:30 AM /


Twitch Prime

Twitch Prime offers up a set of games to its subscribers every month, and this month is no different. You can nab another 5 games, along with some other assorted goodies.

This month's five games gives you a nice variety of nonsense to play. You can grab ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove!, which is a revival of a classic top-down adventure game. When Ski Lifts go Wrong has you building goofy physic-based ski lifts to try and transport people from one side of a mountain to the other. Hover is a fast-paced parkour game inspired by Sega classic Jet Set Radio. Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter has you taking the role of the famous detective and solving a mysterious crime. Finally, you can grab Hue, a puzzle platformer where you'll be mixing and matching colors to advance.

In addition, you'll get some in-game bonuses for various other games. Fans of Sea of Thieves will get special sails, hulls, figureheads, and flags to make their ship look great. Twitch Prime subscribers will also get a trio of emotes and a unique purple furred monkey. League of Legends players will get a mystery skin shard each month for the next three months. Teamfight Tactics players get something similar, with a mystery Little Legend and emote every month for the next three months. Magic: The Gathering players will get an exclusive deck. Players of games like Runescape, Dauntless, King of Fighters: ALLSTAR, Fortress M, and more will also be getting some unique loot.

You can see it all over on the Twitch Prime page, or sign up for Amazon Prime which also gets you Twitch Prime.

How do you feel about this list of games? Any thoughts on the loot? Are you currently a Twitch Prime member? Let us know in the comments below!

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