When the GOG summer sale started last week, my first thought was, "What's up? Where's my free stuff?" There are a lot of good deals on sale, yes, but frankly, I’ve broken down over the years and these days I don’t get out of bed unless someone does a free game in my face.
Today, my question has been answered: Science fiction Soulslike Hellpoint, the story of a 3D-printed hero aboard an abandoned space station surrounded by interdimensional entities that act as puppets of malevolent cosmic gods (seriously, this is what game description says) is now free for maintenance. Just go to GOG cover, scroll down a bit and click the "Claim Game" button; you will also have to agree to sign up for the GOG mailing list, but I think it's fair to ask for free stuff.
Hellpoint seems to be an unremarkable and perfectly correct type of game: it has an added user score of 3.8 / 5 a GOG, "mostly positive" user reviews a Steam, and a Metacritic rating of 64/100. Not bad! It won't win any prizes, but it also doesn't sound like something you'll regret installing on your PC.
Hellpoint will be at the gift table until 6 a.m., 9 a.m., 2 p.m., and 2 p.m. (CEST) on June 16.