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Grab Peter Molyneux's Dungeon Keeper for free.


1997's Dungeon Keeper, a strategy game developed by Peter Molyneux's Bullfrog Productions, is now completely free on PC through EA's Origin service. It's free as part of Origin's On the House promotion.

It replaces Nox, which was made free through the On the House promotion back in May. There is no set schedule for when new On the House games get replaced, so grabbing Dungeon Keeper sooner rather than later is probably a good idea.

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You can go to the Origin On the House page to grab your free copy of Dungeon Keeper; it normally sells for $5. Once you download Dungeon Keeper, it's yours to keep forever.

"Our goal is to provide a great gaming experience and a way to discover awesome new games," EA says about the On the House program. "Having a game in your library, for free, is a fantastic way to see what Origin is all about."

GameSpot's Dungeon Keeper review from 1997 praised the game, scoring it a 9/10. Sequel Dungeon Keeper 2 was released in 1999, which was also highly praised.

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