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The latest Humble Bundle includes Rocket League, Besiege and more!
Humble Bundle is offering a new bundle, and this one is pretty amazing. The Humble Hooked on Multiplayer 2018 Bundle includes a lot of games and they all support MacOS (which is not always the case). You can see the full list below, but all I can say is that Rocket League ($14) and Besiege ($10) are enough to make this deal a must.
- Pay what you want (literally!) and get Stick Fight: The Game, Rampage Knights, and Tumblestone.
- Beat the average price (currently sitting at $5.25) and get Besiege, Duck Game, and Hover.
- Pay $14 or more and get Rocket League.
Pro tip: Rocket League is clearly the highlight, but Besiege and Hover are both excellent games too.
And don’t forget that part of what you pay goes to charity!
Humble Trove is giving away 4 games!
Usually reserved for Humble Monthly subscribers, Humble Trove offers a bunch of DRM-free indie games. New ones are included each month and some of them are quite famous too. Torchlight 2 and Gone Home are two good examples.
Until June 1, you can try 4 of those Humble Trove for free:
- Knight Club
- Quiet City
And all of them support MacOS except for Knight Club. Anyway, you’ve got nothing to lose, they’re free and if you happen to like the rest of the collection, you can join Humble Monthly for $12.
PS: Thank you, Phil, for the heads up!
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