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Frozenbyte 'Huge Seal' promotion offers Steam coupons


4:45 PM on 11.18.2013



FrozenByte is attempting to give people a head-start on their holiday Steam purchases with a new "Huge Seal" promotion. By visiting hugeseal.com and signing in with a Steam account, you can receive coupons for five games (from a list of 35), with discounts ranging from 40-80% off. And for every three purchased (for your own account; no gifts), you'll get rewarded with a code for a free copy of one of the other games on the list. Neat.

That list of available titles is pretty excellent, too. La-Mulana, Skulls of the Shogun, Thomas Was Alone, Antichamber... it goes on and on. The "Huge Seal" event runs through this week and the offers are pretty sweet. Of course, there's also a Steam Winter Sale looming out there, somewhere in the distance, waiting to strike at your wallet. Spend wisely.






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