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Gamehouse Funpass Review - Unlimited Free Games

Updated on April 4, 2012

If you're addicted to games like I am, you already know how costly it can get to keep up with the need for a new game every few days or every week. Although you can get free unlimited games on various websites across the Internet, you still miss out on premium games like hidden object games and other real-time strategy games.

One of the best things I've found is to take advantage of savings programs with big game sites like Gamehouse and Big Fish Games. While I enjoy both sites, the Funpass at Gamehouse has turned out to be the best deal I can find.

I still purchase Big Fish Games exclusive games, but for the games that are available across multiple download sites, I get them all through Funpass. You can basically find any game you want and play it as little or as much as you want for free. This saves a lot of time and money, because you don't have to pay for a game and then discover that you don't like it.

For example, I recently downloaded a hidden object game through the Funpass. I normally love hidden object games, so I would have purchased this game outright if I didn't have the Funpass. Even after playing a one-hour trial, I wouldn't have realized how much of a headache this game was, and I would have wasted my money on the game.

There is a monthly subscription fee, but it's worth it for my family. We used to rent games and pay for Gamefly for console games, but now with Funpass the whole family has access to the library of free unlimited games that keeps us entertained. Between replacing cable with Netflix and replacing game purchases/rentals with Funpass, we cut our entertainment budget down to $30 a month.


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