Tomb Raider, Drawful 2, and more games have gone free to help with staying home

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With the coronavirus forcing everyone to get stuck inside their homes, some publishers have decided to put several games of theirs out to claim for free. Most of the titles are being given away on Steam, but GOG has also joined in with a freebie of its own.

Square Enix has come in with a giveaway for the 2013 Tomb Raider reboot as well as the spin-off co-op game Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris. Both games will be free to claim until March 24. In the meantime, Jackbox Games is giving away the local party game Drawful 2, a great opportunity for any groups stuck indoors. This is a long promotion, being a freebie until April 10.

Speaking of party games, the humorous 4-player versus title Headsnatchers has also gone free to claim, and joining it is Deiland, a single-player RPG adventure. The former game will be free to claim until March 22, while the latter has until March 24.

Meanwhile on GOG, Mable & The Wood is free to claim, a minimalist metroidvania. The DRM-free title can be claimed until March 22. The store has also put up a dedicated "Stay at Home" page for listing all the free games it offers, which currently stands at 27.

Here are all the games in a handy list:

Also, don't forget that Epic is currently giving away Watch Dogs and The Stanley Parable as part of its weekly delivery of freebies.

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