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Humble August - not the strongest month

Craig234

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- Vampyr (which, of course, I bought a month or two ago)
- Hello Neighbor
- Wargroove
- Call of Cthulu
- Little Big Workshop
- Genesis: Alpha One (generic game name for the day)
- Automachef
- Through the darkest of times
- American Fugitive
- The Coma 2
- We were here together
- A case of distrust

However, this month Premium and Classic get all the games.

I don't know most of these games. The one I do more, I had bought.
 
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OCNewbie

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One of the Hello Neighbor games was a freebie through the Epic Store not too long ago too.
 

EXCellR8

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I was really hoping the new Call of Cthulhu was going to be at least ok... but it was really quite unremarkable.
 

Aikouka

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Fortunately, I don't own Vampyr, which makes this an okay month for me. Although, I'm not too sure what else I'd really prefer. I'll likely grab Automachef and Little Big Workshop. I originally thought We Were Here Together was online co-op only, but I did a quick search, and apparently, it supports local co-op too. So, I might grab that one as well!
 

paperfist

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Anyone play that Hello Neighbor game? It looks hella fun, but multiplayer only.

I've had my eye on Little Big Workshop, though I imagine after a while it will get pretty repetitive.

Thanks for the heads up!
 

local

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There hasn't been anything really good for a few months now. I paused July as I already had all the good ones. The only reason I am keeping it is the grandfathered subscription.
 

Ranulf

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So Humble Bundle is no long donate what you want to unlock games and instead you have to have a monthly subscription?
No, it has both and has had both for years. The monthly plan changed last year from $12/month to $20/month for the most games but now also offers cheaper monthly options.
 

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