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Looks like the June 2020 Humble Choice is a pretty good one filled with some highly rated games. Time to take a quick look over what's on offer.

Humble Choice (prev Humble Monthly) is a curated bundle that changes each month. You pick a tier with different prices to get access to the huge Humble Trove (a collection of DRM-free games) plus a Humble Store discount and then you pick between 3-9 games to keep. This month you can pick from (bold titles support Linux):

  • Barotrauma
  • Overload
  • Remnants of Naezith
  • Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones
  • Supraland
  • Felix the Reaper
  • GRID - Ultimate Edition
  • Hellblade Senua's Sacrifice (works with Steam Play)
  • Men of War: Assault Squad 2 - Warchest Edition
  • The King's Bird
  • The Messenger + Soundtrack (works with Steam Play)
  • The Stillness of the Wind (works with Steam Play)

Of the titles that support Linux there, it's a damn fine selection and the others verified to work well with Steam Play Proton are good too.

This month there's also the Humble Original, Before I Forget, a first-person narrative adventure about a woman with dementia which also supports Linux. Humble Originals are smaller new games that at the time are only available through Humble Choice (usually release everywhere later).

If you're interested, check out the Humble Choice here.

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mahagr 5 Jun
Nope, yet another pause. This in becoming a habit.
mahagrNope, yet another pause. This in becoming a habit.
This might well be my first pause.
Lolo01 5 Jun
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Second pause in a row for me too.
Instead, I'm going to buy a native Steam game on sale.
Werner 5 Jun
hmm my third pause :( Hellblade was last year i think already in a humble and the rest is boring :(
It looks like a really solid selection for the price, if someone is interested in some of the games. The problem is, I'm not. :( Hellblade looks interesting. And it was never cheaper than 10 EUR, so getting it in such a bundle seems like an awesome deal. The problem is, I didn't play a single game from last 2 bundles I got, because they looked kind of interesting but I was not really eager to play them and I think it would be just like that with current bundle, so I guess I will pause.

Also, I see having classic plan is not worth it, if someone is playing on Linux. Simply, there are never 10 games in bundle working well on Linux. Now it's 8.


Last edited by pskosinski on 5 June 2020 at 7:55 pm UTC
Ehvis 5 Jun
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mahagrNope, yet another pause. This in becoming a habit.

Same. I think multiple games have been in Monthly already.
g000h 5 Jun
Pretty happy with the bundle myself. Overload and Stygian were on my wishlist. Happy to get Barotrauma, Remnants, and Supraland too.
mylka 5 Jun
The King's Bird should also work with proton, but some performance issues
Julius 6 Jun
The comments here... there seem to be some real hidden gems in this one and the AAA titles are also not too bad. And yes I own some of these already, but as long as there are 2-3 titles in it the low price is worth it.

I pause Humble choice a lot, but this time probably not.
Termy 6 Jun
not a bad selection, but i already have most of the interesting once...so another pause ^^
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