For those who are taking advantage of social isolation to catch up, the news in the last few months has been good: many free games being distributed by Steam, Epic Games Store, Humble Bundle and many others, which practically wage a silent war to see who can get more "allies" for your platform.
Now it's Gog.com's turn to release a classic for free for everyone: it's Total Annihilation: Commander Pack. The game, from 1997, mixes strategy in real time with science fiction, and is a full plate for those who embrace simulators like Sim City, City Skylines and others.
What started as a conflict over the transfer of consciousness from meat to the machine has turned into a war that has decimated a million worlds. The Nucleus and the Arm practically depleted the resources of the entire galaxy in their struggle for dominance. Choose your side, build an army and crush your enemies on huge three-dimensional battlefields. And remember, there is no such thing as excess weapons!
The package is free for a limited time, and includes its expansions The Core Contigency and Battle Tactics. It is also a full plate for those who love extras, and includes the game's digital manual, with 65 pages, a map editor, and even the digital album with the title songs.
As it is a game from 1997, it is safe to say that it runs on any modern computer, with the biggest requirement even the hard disk space: 1 GB.
Remember, there is still time for you to guarantee your copy of Overcooked on the track via Epic Store.
And you, what do you think of this free offer from Gog.com? Tell us in the comments!