Maintaining its tradition of offering free games on a weekly basis, the Epic Games Store has already revealed what its next offer will be, shortly after releasing the Infinifactory game at no cost to its users. From February 1st, players will be able to redeem the full version of Doors: Paradoxa puzzle game based on uncovering the interior of several handmade 3D dioramas.
Developed by Big Loop Studios, the game promises a relaxing experience in a world full of magic. Accompanied by the mysterious Zula, the player will navigate through time and space to find a total of 58 dioramas spread across 13 kingdoms with themes such as a desert oasis and cozy forests.
Gameplay and game details
Epic Games has already revealed its next free game.
In addition to offering many puzzles, Doors: Paradox also promises an intriguing story that will be unraveled through the collection of scrolls. The game has versions for iOS, Android and PCand will arrive on PlayStation in the future.
The game normally costs R$39.99 on the Epic Games Store, R$46.99 on Steam and has the same value on GOG, where it is being sold for R$28.19 until February 6th. The price on the Sony platform has not yet been publicly released.
Doors: Paradox brings light system requirements
The new free game on the Epic Games Store does not have very high requirements, as a result of the option for simple graphics. According to Big Loop Studios, the minimum and recommended requirements are practically the same. The only element that differentiates them is that Windows 7 appears as the entry option, while Windows 10 appears as the most ideal.
- ONLY: Windows 7 or newer
- Processor: 2.8GHz Dual-Core Processor
- Memory: 4GB RAM
- Video card: Video Card with 1024MB VRAM
- DirectX: Version 10
- Storage: 4 GB of available space
Doors: Paradox promises very relaxing puzzlesSource: Disclosure/Snapbreak Games
Where to redeem the free game?
The free distribution of Doors: Paradox should take place between the 1st and 8th of February, and its redemption guarantees the possibility of playing it at any time in the future. The title will be available from 1pm next Thursday.
While that doesn't happen, the Epic Games Store is distributing the full version of Infinifactory, a first-person puzzle sandbox that promises to be quite challenging.
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