Yes I remember that, but I guess I never had any problem finding two to leave on the shelf. But maybe that’s just me, and glad to hear this means everything can be claimed.
Man, that’s gotta be weird right? Remember the time you actually had to make a decision instead of just throwing everything in your shopping cart, so you left that sickly looking apple with a worm coming out of it on the shelf instead of putting it in your cart? And the lint roller that was broken and had a piece of gum stuck to it? Well, fret no more, because you can now have those as well!
Oh totally, I won 10 games I wasn’t very interested in. ‘+1’ spirit and all that.
I dutifully collect every free game from Epic Games too, whether I think I’ll play it or not. Have you never played Pokemon? You don’t catch them all because you need all of them.
Yes, of course, these are the games I decided were garbage and not even worth being part of the 10 out of 12 picks I did choose. That said, did I dutifully go through and claim every single one? Yes, yes I did. Gamecount++.
Yup, and I hear you. Most months I struggled to even choose 10 games from the list, as the bundles would have two or three titles I really wanted, then a couple more that I thought looked interesting but maybe hadn’t heard of or wouldn’t have considered on their own, but out beyond 5 or 6 games it became a choice between half a dozen titles I know I would never even play. Now I get to add two more of those for every month I purchased in the early days of Choice.
That said, one man’s trash and all that. I will claim the keys from Humble and add them to my Giveaway stash so that perhaps they will make someone else happy at a later date.
I couldn’t even give away the keys I could already claim in many cases, not sure I need to claim more. There has never been a month where i wished I could have claimed more.
That’s a worthy reason, for sure.
There are many bots out there that would love to hoover up your Steam codes if you would just post them. ;)
I just went in and paused my subscription, as I always do, and yet my account page still says I’ll be charged tomorrow. They tried to screw me with this last month too, so I opened a support ticket.
You don’t say, hoping next month’s is better.
Could someone tell me how much Death’s Door is on Humble for Choice members please?
$13.11 showing for me, well worth it
Thanks. I bought it on Epic for $6 with the $10 coupon and I like it quite a bit, but Epic does not have achievements. Usually I don’t care but I think it could be useful for Death’s Door. I’m just over 2 hours play time.
Thinking of refunding and buying for Steam. I paused my Humble Choice so I couldn’t see the price. Not sure if I will just continue on Epic or switch to Steam.
Thought epic was about to add achievements.
It’s on their list of upcoming features. I don’t know if it will retroactively award them though if I continue playing before they’re added.
It is already there, but I think it requires the developers to do something to add them in. I know some of the free games they’ve been giving out have had them enabled (and was what originally led me to even notice that achievements were now a thing there).
Copied from a Reddit thread:
|BPM: BULLETS PER MINUTE
|TURNIP BOY COMMITS TAX EVASION
|WRATH: AEON OF RUIN
|MÖBIUS FRONT '83
To quote Ross Perot, “Now that’s just sad.” No triple A games at all.
Only 10 games this month too. Tempting as “Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion” surely is, I’m gonna pass.
I’m in for House Flipper, Project Wingman, and Wingspan.
Project Wingman and Wingspan are interesting, but I’m not sure they’re “stay unpaused” level interesting.
Due Process is an actual honest-to-god tactical shooter in the mold of old Rainbow 6 games, which would be super exciting if it had single player, but it doesn’t seem to.