Amazon Prime Gaming Delivers 13 Free Games Throughout June – (NASDAQ:AMZN), Inc.’s AMZN gaming hub, Amazon Prime Gaming, offers exclusive in-game items and free access to rotating games for Prime members. It just announced a lineup of 13 free games available throughout June.

Starting June 1, Prime Gaming members can access Sengoku 2, where players assume the role of a warrior summoned by a shrine princess and fight across different historical periods, and Mutation Nation. Other titles, such as Soccer Brawl and Over Top, launch on June 8.

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Starting on June 15, players can enjoy The Super Spy, a game that involves punching, kicking and utilizing weapons to rescue captives in a large building; Top Hunter, which offers a side-scrolling action with space pirates; and SteamWorld Dig 2, a platform mining adventure influenced by classic Metroidvania style games.

The highly anticipated Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition, a bestselling Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game, debuts June 22, as well as Autonauts, which allows players to build, create and automate their colony in an ever-evolving paradise; and Revita, a fast-paced twin-stick roguelite platformer where players harvest and sacrifice souls to challenge formidable bosses and procedural encounter rooms.

Closing the month, on June 29, Prime Gaming members can access Roguebook, a roguelike deck builder that challenges players to construct a team of heroes; Once Upon a Jester, which invites players to take on the roles of Jester and Sok, traveling the kingdom and performing theatre shows; and Gems of Destiny: Homeless Dwarf, a game that offers an intriguing story about Axel, the dwarf and his quest to establish a new city.

In addition to the free games, Prime Gaming members will receive exclusive in-game loot and content drops for popular titles like Divine Knockout, Realm Royale, World of Warcraft and Fall Guys.

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