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Top 5 Free Games of the Month, November 2017

Script written by Christopher Lozano If you’re strapped for cash heading into this holiday season, we got you covered! These are the games that you won’t need to spend a dime on (at least not until you choose to) if you want to enjoy em! They’re free to play right now, so get on it! Welcome to and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 5 Free Games of November 2017! Special thanks to our user “Laballs” for suggesting this topic using our interactive suggestion tool at http://WatchMojo.comsuggest

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Top 5 Free Games of November 2017

All the best things in life are free. Welcome to and today we’ll be counting down our Top 5 Free Games of November 2017.

For this list, we’ll be looking at new releases that don’t cost a dime to play. We are only featuring games that are permanently free as of November 2017, and not free as a result of some kind of special promotion. Games that used to have a price tag but that have changed to a free to play model are also eligible.

#5: “Stranger Things: The Game” (2017)

Platforms: Android, iOS

Did you binge the new season of “Stranger Things” way too fast? Well, you can always return to Hawkins in “Stranger Things: The Game!” If you like 80s nostalgia in your movies and TV shows, odds are you’ll probably like it in your games, too. The game has a great sound and visual design that harkens back to the earlier days of gaming some of you young whippersnappers weren’t around for. So, once you’re finished binging, or if season two somehow already feels like a distant memory and you’re itching for more, then tap away at this great free mobile game.

#4: “Mmm Fingers 2” (2017)

Platforms: Android, iOS

Mmm, free mobile games. This sequel has you press your finger on the screen and move it to see how long you can avoid being eaten by monsters. Though it may sound simple, things can actually get pretty hectic! The art design has a great cartoony look, and the sound effects and music are catchy. All these things combine to make “Mmm Fingers 2” a worthy successor to the original mobile game. If you have a few extra bucks, give it a try. No, wait, it’s free.

#3: “Battlerite” (2017)

Platform: PC

After some time in early access, this action-packed arena brawler is finally released on Steam, and it’s great. Pick a hero and get into a fight in either 2v2 or 3v3 mode. The graphics in this game are fantastic, and the gameplay is extremely satisfying. If the community continues to embrace this game, it can easily become a staple in the esports scene. And the best thing about the game might be its business model. You can play the free rotating heroes, unlock your favorites, or pay 30 bucks to unlock all of them. And yes, there are loot boxes, but they are for purely cosmetic items.

#2: “Drag’n Boom” (2017)

Platforms: Android, iOS

This game has two things we love around here. Dragons and puns. In this clever game, you play as a small, temperamental dragon, bent on setting everything on fire. You speed through different stages collecting gold and wrecking those pesky knights in shining armor. You know, just your typical dragon stuff. It is available for both Android and iOS, so don’t hesitate to get your dragon on, and dive right in!

#1 "StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty" (2010)

Platforms: PC, Mac

This is one of those things that surprised everyone, but in hindsight seems kind of obvious now. Released in 2010 to moderate success, the free to play version now includes the full "Wings of Liberty" campaign, as well as all the multiplayer content to date. Supported by micro-transactions like skins and voice packs, there is no pay to win or even pay to play here. Blizzard has kept their beloved competitive strategy game fair for everyone and hell, if competition isn't your thing, just enjoy the AAA quality single-player content.

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