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February's Humble Choice is up with a new bunch of good looking games

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Humble's monthly subscription with the Humble Choice has a fresh set of games up ready for February.

With different tiers available from £3.99 up to £15.99 a month (cheaper if you do it per-year), you get to pick from a bunch of games each month to keep. You also get access to an absolute ton of DRM-free games from the Humble Trove.

Here's the games you can pick from for February with Linux-supported games in bold at the top:

  • Pathfinder: Kingmaker Explorer Edition
  • Eliza
  • SHENZHEN I/O
  • The Hex
  • Underhero
  • Frostpunk + The Rifts DLC
  • Book of Demons
  • CryoFall
  • Okami HD
  • Project Warlock
  • Warstone TD
  • Night Call

Humble do also fund some smaller developers to release original games, this month you get Tales From Off-Peak City Vol. 1 which does support Linux.

Check out the February Humble Choice here if you're interested in any of that.

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g000h 8 Feb, 2020
I'm happy with the selection in this month's choice. Here are my selections and additional info:

1-5
Pathfinder Kingmaker Explorer Edition (linux, rpg)   (£13.15 / £34.99)
Book of Demons  (win, proton-plat)                   (£7.99  / £19.99)
Frostpunk + DLC (win, proton-gold)                   (£7.92  / £24.99)
Project Warlock (win, proton-gold)                   (£4.00  / £10.00)
Underhero       (linux, platformer)                  (£6.59  / £10.99)

6-10
Shenzhen I/O    (linux, circuits/coding)             (£3.59  / £10.99)
Eliza           (linux, visual novel)                (£8.54  / £11.39)
The Hex         (linux, mystery solver)              (£2.44  /  £7.19)
Warstone TD     (win, proton-gold, tower defence)    (£3.29  /  £9.99)
Okami HD        (win, proton-plat)                   (£5.97  / £15.99)

11-12  ** NOT GETTING THESE **
Cryofall        (win, proton-bad, multiplyr survive) (£6.40  / £15.99)
Night Call      (win, proton-bronze, mystery)        (£7.74  / £15/49)

ALSO GET:
Tales from Off-Peak City Vol.1  (linux, drm-free)
saturnoyo 8 Feb, 2020
Not great, I'm also pausing this month.
pskosinski 8 Feb, 2020
Quoting: denyasisFrostpunk seems interesting? Has anyone played it? I love city management games, so this seems to pique my interest.

I never played it but it's game from creators of "This War of Mine" and as far as I know Frostpunk is more about survival than city building.
scaine 8 Feb, 2020
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Big pause from me. Only Eliza stood out for me, with possibly The Hex as a curiosity in second place. Pretty disappointing overall, especially for a Linux-only gamer, even with Steam Play.
pskosinski 8 Feb, 2020
I'm not sure if it's good place to ask but: I was never pausing so far. And when I paused there was info that if I pause I won't get next bundle. That seems wrong. If I paused today for a month and the pause ends on March 8th, will I be able to get March bundle?

QuoteYou'll begin receiving games again on April 3, 2020


Last edited by pskosinski on 8 February 2020 at 12:34 pm UTC
g000h 8 Feb, 2020
Quoting: pskosinskiI'm not sure if it's good place to ask but: I was never pausing so far. And when I paused there was info that if I pause I won't get next bundle. That seems wrong. If I paused today for a month and the pause ends on March 8th, will I be able to get March bundle?

QuoteYou'll begin receiving games again on April 3, 2020

Hi. You can pause and/or continue when you like. If you were to pause the current February Choices Subscription today, you'd be able to continue it and select your February Choices tomorrow. If you pause it now, and leave it paused, then you'd miss the February Choices but when the March Choices become available, your Subscription would revert to being Active.

If your (February) Subscription is Active on the week prior to the new (March) bundle coming out, i.e. approx 25th of the month, then Humble is likely to add the (February) Bundle to your account - because you hadn't paused it early enough. I tend to make up my mind before 23rd of the month, i.e. Pause A Month (or not). Then I would miss the current (February) month and would not get charged for it.

To be clear, if you pause "today" and haven't selected any Choices, then the Pause will be in effect for this month's bundle (February Choices) and will revert to active for the next Bundle (March).
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