If you are looking to buy cheap games of Steam , but you dont know which one is best for you here are some interesting games that you can pick up at huge discount. Some of them are rather new and some of them are a bit older but certainly a must-play games. i will also show you how to get Free steam games and steam wallet credits.
- Half Life 2 – Seriously , if you have not played this yet , its about 10 bucks at Steam now , so make sure you pick it up. Its one of the best games i ever played , and you can also get Episodes at really low price.
- Terraria – Ahh, this is one of those games that look awful at first site but you fall in love with it when you start playing.
- Garry’s Mod requires that you own Source game such as Counter strike source. But its very interesting game and allows you to make your contraptions such as cars , rockets and similar. Highly recommended.
- Surgeon Simulator – This is not a game you will play for long , but if you want to have a laugh its great. Its last on my list since these first 3 games are much better
These are my top picks for September 2013. Of course if you have more money i recommend that you pick up Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty ghosts when they come out in a month or so. There is a way to get free steam money , it can be somewhat technical but its not that hard to understand. Steam wallet hack was presented at www.CheatSpot.net and i must say i love how it works even though i did not use it as much as i wanted. here is how it looks like:
With it , you will get free steam wallet codes which you can use for any game you like. Choose between 10, 30 and 50$ codes but have in mind that there are more 10$ codes then those worth 50$. One small tip, get access key since it allows you to decrypt codes much faster then without it and i read that it will be mandatory soon. Overall , a nice peace of software that you can use.
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