Twitch Prime Announces October Games

Published: September 30, 2019 1:51 PM /


October's Twitch Games

Twitch Prime's next bath of games that you'll get by subscribing to the service has been revealed. This month seems to have a focus on horror games, specifically.

The first game you'll be getting this month is Adam Wolfe, an episodic adventure game. You play as a detective who specifically looks into supernatural cases, all with the side goal of looking for his missing sibling. The game combines hidden picture-styled gameplay with occasional first-person shooting segments.

The second game is Deadlight Director's Cut, a 2.5d platformer by Rime developer Tequila Works. The game puts you in the role of a man trying to keep a group of survivors alive during a zombie apocalypse. The director's cut version of the game includes an all-new wave survival mode with new weapons and maps, and a little documentary on the game's creation. You can read our review of it here.

Third up is Serial Cleaner, a top-down stealth game where you need to clean up all the blood and guts scattered around the level after a shootout. Of course, you're a professional, so you can't get caught while doing this. That wouldn't be very professional after all.

The fourth game available this month is Stranger Things 3: The Game. This top-down pixelated brawler sees you controlling various characters in the popular television series and using their unique abilities to advance the game, generally following the plot of the third season of the popular Netflix TV show.

The fifth and final game this month would be The Walking Dead: Michonne. A Telltale adventure game based on The Walking Dead, this miniseries follows fan-favorite Michonne as she feels the need to step away from the group of survivors she cared so much about. You can read our review here.

If this batch of games interests you, you can subscribe to Amazon Prime, which gets you Twitch Prime included for $12.99 a month, with one month free.

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