In Europe, free-to-play games are very successful thanks to their low barrier to entry, which usually ends up recouping the investment with ads or micropayments with premium content. In many cases, the strategy can be as simple as simply attracting new users to your platform.
Something like this is happening with Google Stadia, which is slowly continuing to make its streaming platform more appealing to gamers. Beyond giving the first edition to those who buy Cyberpunk 2077 and putting out demos, the games Free to play begin to arrive. And no, we’re not referring to the games that Google offers to Stadia Pro subscribers.
Super Bomberman R free for all Stadia users
After making Destiny 2 completely free for all Stadia users, today we have a new game that will be available for everyone. We’re talking about Super Bomberman R, a game that arrived on Stadia in September for Stadia Pro users. From today this game is available for all Stadia userswhether or not they pay a subscription.
What is Super Bomberman R all about? Well, it’s an adaptation of one of the most iconic ’90s titles in the genre of Royal battle. The game is distributed in several rooms in which there will be several players. We have to use our bombs to knock down the walls and try to make our explosions impact the rest of the players. We will have 3 lives and the goal is to end up being the last one standing. At the end of each turn there will be fewer and fewer rooms and we will have to move to others.
The game can be played both with a remote control and using the mobile screen, and we can also enjoy it on PC. Wherever you are, just tap the following link. If you’ve installed Stadia, tap it to open it, and if you’re on the computer, you can play it from Chrome.
Super Bomberman R free for all Stadia users.
Despite the fact that the game is completely free, we can choose the version Premium, which automatically unlocks 14 new characters and allows us to make private games with our friends for 9.99 which is highly recommended if you end up loving the game a lot.
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