IGN names ‘Hitman Go’ its Free Game of the Month

Earlier today IGN has named "Hitman Go" as its free game of the month for September. Hitman Go game normal price is $4.99 and currently it is available for free on IGN's official website until September is over.

For those unfamiliar with the title, Hitman Go is a turn-based strategy game based on the hit console franchise. Players must navigate fixed spaces on a beautiful diorama-style grid to avoid enemies and complete their missions.
Hitman Go’s description reads:
Hitman GO is a turn-based strategy game with beautifully rendered diorama-style set pieces. You will strategically navigate fixed spaces on a grid to avoid enemies and take out your target or infiltrate well-guarded locations. You really have to think about each move and all the Hitman tools of the trade you would expect are included; disguises, distractions, sniper rifles and even 47’s iconic Silverballers.
Here are some of its other top features:
  • Challenging puzzles that put your assassination skills to the test
  • Beautiful scale model-style visuals
  • Environments with secret passageways and off-limit areas
  • Different enemy types with unique and deadly behaviours
  • Different ways of completing each level, silently or forcefully
To receive a free copy of Hitman Go, simply follow these three steps:
  • Head to the IGN Free Game of the Month page.
  • Click on the “Get My Free Game” button.
  • Click on the Promotional Code that appears to redeem the app in iTunes.
Here's the video game in action: 

This promotion is open in the following 44 countries:
United States, Algeria, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belarus, Belgium, Canada, Chad, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Philippines, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vietnam


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