Friendship Games Week is live on Steam showing off local multiplayer games

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Want to build up a bigger collection of games to play with friends or a partner? Check out the Friendship Games Week that's live now on Steam. Arranged by Frogsong Studios, the event runs until February 21.

Featuring a mix of games that support split-screen, co-op, local multiplayer and more this is a hand-picked selection of some great picks and unknown gems to take a look over. An easy way for you to find something new to buy or stick on your wishlist. A number of included games are also on sale too so perhaps time to find a bargain.

Having a look over myself, here's a few games that I can personally recommend you take a look at:

Check out the event on Steam.

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hardpenguin 14 Feb
Thanks for the mention! ☺️ I worked hard like a penguin on this event at ever Linux-friendly Frogsong Studios 😄
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