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Bandai Namco Entertainment, known for publishing Elden Ring on Steam for PC, as well as on consoles like PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

The company has a rich portfolio, having developed and published popular titles such as Tekken 8, Elden Ring, Little Nightmares II, Dark Souls, and many others.

While Elden Ring garnered significant attention, you might be surprised to learn that the developers have quietly released a few games available for free play on Steam. Let’s explore these titles and determine if they’re worth a download.

The games released by Elden Ring’s publisher Bandai Namco on Steam are

1. Doronko Wanko

Doronko Wanko published by Elden Ring Publisher on Steam

Released on March 26, 2024, Doronko Wanko, offered for free on Steam by Elden Ring’s publisher, Bandai Namco, has quickly earned a perfect 10/10 rating.

Inspired by a Japanese festival, Doronko Wanko lets you play as a fluffy Pomeranian wreaking havoc in a brand new home. As your family prepares for a welcome party, you must decide to trash the place, rolling in paint and food spills to increase your damage meter and unlock new weapons.

Despite its limited map—just one house—this single-player experience offers a solid hour of chaotic fun. Developers have crafted a game that’s a complete departure from Elden Ring, akin to Goat Simulator’s entertainment value.

For a refreshing change of pace, grab Doronko Wanko on Steam and indulge in some wholesome chaos today!

Also, check out their official trailer below

2. Boomeroad

Boomeroad on Steam

Released alongside Doronko Wanko on March 26, 2024, Boomeroad offers an action-packed adventure reminiscent of Nintendo Switch classics. Developed by Bandai Namco, known for titles like Elden Ring and Tekken, the game boasts graphics and gameplay akin to Legends of Zelda.

Embark on a journey through ancient ruins, soaring through the skies using boomerangs to create paths. With varying puzzle difficulties, the game promises endless fun and challenges. Despite its quality, the game’s quiet release begs the question of why such gems weren’t given more attention.

You may check the official trailer for the game below:

3. Nottolot


Nottolot is a charming, free-to-play puzzle game, recently released alongside other free titles. It’s short, sweet, and easy to enjoy. Initially in Japanese, language settings can be adjusted. Personally, I found it delightful, completing it in just an hour.

Playing as a character with the ability to control enemy robots, Nottolot offers enjoyable gameplay, including wall-climbing and flying. Trapped in a robot factory, can you escape the enemy-guarded production line? Find out by playing now!

You may check out the game trailer below :

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