Humble Bundle key redemption is awesome again (mostly) but the games are kinda meh

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).

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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.

You joke, but RPS really liked that one and it looks like one of the highlights for me.

If they gave me $8 off, making this month four bucks, I’d do it just for gamecount++++++++++. For $8 cost, nah.

I remember back when every month had one or two AAA titles from the previous year. Those days are long gone. Epic and Amazon Prime giveaways are better than the paid Humble Bundle.

Timelie is on my wishlist, as is Mobius Front 83 (the one Zachtronics game I don’t own). Turnip Boy is “the funniest game I’ve ever played” (RPS) and BPM looks like an intriguingly insane idea. I’m in!

The extra looks interesting to me:
NAiAD / A game by HiWarp

Immerse yourself in a relaxing, minimalist and colorful exploration experience. Flow with Naiad across a mysterious river and interact with its fauna and flora to discover little secrets.

Glad I held off on BPM and Wingspan last sale. Wrath looks decent as well; with all of the retro shooters in the past year or so I must have lost it in the shuffle.

Wrath by itself is $25, so I’m feeling pretty good about this month. Getting it for $12 is great, and everything else is a bonus.

Of course, Wrath won’t be out for over a year, probably, so that blunts the value a bit. It’s still very early access.

Much better month for me. I almost bought Wingspan a week ago and Due Process is on my wishlist. Those two are probably worth the price alone.

Also, I already have it but Project Wingman is lots of fun.

It looks like one of the better months in a while, maybe no big AAA name, but a bunch of highly rated games, and on a quick look, no DOA multiplayer game.

I don’t even want those days back. There were a few exceptions, but for the most part it felt like the AAA “anchor” games had already been heavily discounted to the point that I would have already bought them if I cared about them. And securing them probably took up a disproportionate amount of the budget every month.

I’m good with them focusing on indies, just not particularly impressed with their curation. Looking back at the past couple months of Game Pass, for example, there are over a dozen indie games that I had personally heard of and had some interest in checking out (ironically, including a couple from Humble Publishing). If Humble was consistently mustering three or four of that caliber for my tastes per month, I’d be perfectly content with the subscription, but it seems like it’s usually more like one.