The Epic Games Store adds Antstream retro cloud streaming service

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Epic Games has added a new service to its store that allows players to enjoy retro games via cloud streaming.

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Antstream is a retro-focused service with over 1,200 titles available to play via cloud streaming. Games include pac man, space Invaders, earthworm gym, And mortal Kombat, as seen for the first time, the service also includes titles from Disney, Warner Bros., Bandai Namco and Atari.

Those interested in trying out the service can head over to the Epic Games Store and pick up a limited-time free bundle of gems. 1090 Gems is an in-game currency that can be spent playing games, challenges, and limited-time tournaments. Gems can also be used to unlock difficult challenges and play turn-based PvP against friends and other players.


space Invaders. credit: tato

Players can pick up the pack as part of the Epic Games Store’s free weekly gift until December 2. After that, the pack will be replaced by two new free games. the first is dead by daylight, is the second while true: learn(),

dead by daylight is a horror-themed odd multiplayer game. One player takes control of an assassin and plays in first person to hunt down four other players. Play as four survivors and have a third person perspective and multiple tasks between them and the need to escape.

while true: learn() is a puzzle game where the player builds a cat-to-human translation system. The game uses a scripting interface to allow players to write code and build systems as they begin to understand their cat.

“You’re a machine learning expert who builds neural networks, but your cat seems better at it. Now you have to solve puzzles to build a cat-to-human translation system (who knows what else this cat is capable of) It is!) Earn lots of money, buy kickass cat outfits and learn how.”

Both games will be available for free on the Epic Games Store starting December 2.


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