Saturday, August 3, 2019

Slay the Spire on Humble Monthly Bundle

Roguelike deck-building game Slay the Spire and tactical shooter title Squad is Early Unlock games in Humble Monthly Bundle for September.

What if a game would cook up a mixture of roguelike gameplay elements with deck-building card game? It is likely that developer studio MegaCrit had the same thoughts when they came up with Slay the Spire for Early Access in 2017.

Of course, Humble Bundle has seen potential for this indie title and decides to become its publisher. Earlier this year, the game saw a full release on multiple platforms and is now included in Humble Monthly Bundle for September 2019.

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Slay the Spire and Squad on Humble Monthly Bundle

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Also joining along is first-person tactical shooter title Squad from developer/publisher Offworld Industries that was funded through Kickstarter. These two are currently announced as Early Unlock game with more to unveil on September 2019.

For a minimum amount of only $12 per month, you can choose to subscribe to Humble Monthly Bundle that offers players a handful of games each month on PC platform and are revealed each month on first Friday.

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Last month, there were 60 Parsecs, Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Love is Dead, Moonlighter, NAIRI: Tower of Shirin, Road Redemption and Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus in Humble Bundle lineup that has a total value of $136.

In August 2019, monthly subscribers got games like Almost ThereDon't Give UpKingdom Come: DeliveranceRising Storm 2: VietnamSurviving MarsSwords and Soldiers 2: ShawarmageddonThe Adventure Pals and Yoku's Island Express.

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August 2019 Humble Monthly Bundle Games

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Not only this subscription model is an ideal one for PC gamers but also pretty convenient since there were not many monthly services offering you bunch of games that you can redeem with codes and own in your Steam library forever.

Although Xbox Game Pass for PC and Game Pass Ultimate service offers you a large collection of over 100 great games, they don't come close to Humble Monthly because those titles eventually leave their platform after a certain time.