Figment Becomes Free to Play

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Welcome to the wild and wacky world of Figment, the video game that will take you on a whimsical journey through the depths of the human mind!

In this game, you play as Dusty, a grumpy old man who is suddenly thrust into a bizarre and surreal world that exists inside his own mind. Along with your trusty sidekick, a cheerful and energetic bird named Piper, you must navigate your way through this strange world, battling monsters and solving puzzles as you go.

One of the most striking features of Figment is its unique art style. The game is set in a colorful and surreal world that looks like something out of a psychedelic dream. The characters and environments are all beautifully rendered, and the music is equally enchanting.

Figment becomes free via Steam

Until March 9th at 1 PM Eastern Time, Figment is available to be downloaded for free from the Steam platform. This provides a wonderful opportunity for gamers to try out this unique and engaging game without having to pay for it. So if you’re looking for a new adventure to dive into, be sure to take advantage of this limited-time offer and give Figment a try!

As for the upcoming Figment 2: Creed Valley, it is described as “a musical and surreal adventure into the human psyche. Nightmares have shattered the Moral Compass, making The Mind unable to function properly. Dusty and his ever-optimistic sidekick, Piper, must travel to Creed Valley, where The Mind’s ideals are formed, to restore peace. Solve mind-bending puzzles and face nightmares in musical showdowns to heal the mind,” as GameFreaks365 quotes.

Overall, Figment is a delightful and engaging game that is sure to appeal to anyone who loves a good adventure. So grab your controller and get ready to explore the wild and wonderful world of Dusty’s mind!

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