Good news to subscribers! Humble’s monthly game curation service killed it this month with a nice lineup for March. For those who are already backing, the following titles are now available to you (followed by their current Steam asking price):
- Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut ($39.99)
- Grav ($19.99)
- Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse ($19.99)
- I am Bread ($12.99)
- Sentinels of the Multiverse: The Video Game ($14.99)
- ARK: Survival Evolved ($29.99)
- Battlesloths (Humble Original)
- Switchcars (Humble Monthly Debut)
Before we move onto savings, lets address the last two bullet points. Battlesloths is a brand new, experimental game only available for Humble Monthly subscribers. The game, created by developers Invisible Collective, lets you play as fast-paced sloth in a twin-stick shooter to collect the most pizza.
Meanwhile, Switchcars is an early-access exclusively available to Humble Monthly subscribers. The game (seen below) tasks you with evading alien beasts in procedurally-generated environments.
While these games frequently go on sale, the total (minus the Humble exclusives) comes up to $137.94 — an $125.94 value for those looking to grab the games via Steam today. And while none of these games are particularly new, Humble Monthly remains an extremely viable subscription service for those looking to get into PC gaming or those constantly watching the Steam sales (where gamers can get pennies on the dollar).
For those interested in signing up for next month’s charity — benefiting SpecialEffect —sign up here.