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Darkwood Game Now Available Free

Darkwood is a surreal horror experience for the PC, MAC, and LINUX developed by Acid Wizard Studio.

This top-down survival horror game that sells for $14.99  on steam and never before the developers of the game is giving away a free torrent.

If you don’t have the money and want to play the game, the developers (Acid Wizard Studio) are offering a safe torrent on the Pirate Bay of the latest version of Darkwood (1.0 hotfix 3), completely DRM-free.

There’s no catch, the only request from the developers is, if you like Darkwood and want them to continue making games, consider buying it in the future, maybe on a sale, through Steam, GOG or Humble Store and don’t buy it through any key reselling site. By doing that, you’re just feeding cancer that is leaching off this industry.


You can directly download the game legally from developers torrent  (click here).

Note: If you are unable to reach above link, try using this VPN.

The torrent size is 3.59 GB and doesn’t come with an installer, you can just run it from the mounted image, but you can copy the contents to your disk and run it from there.

For more info about developers our story and why they decided to give away the game, check out:


Darkwood is a game about survival, exploration, and fear, set in mysterious woods somewhere in the territory of the Soviet Bloc. It is a top-down, free-roam, surreal horror experience with a randomized world, taking cues from classic games, where oftentimes you had to figure things out for yourself.

By blending RPG, roguelike and adventure elements together with a challenging difficulty, Darkwood aims to please players craving for a deep and rewarding experience.


The game was successfully crowdfunded on Indiegogo in 2013, where it gathered more than $57,000. After its première on Early Access in July 2014, the studio spent three years refining the game together with the community. In July 2017 a live-action trailer was released, revealing the official launch date: 17th August.

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