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Humble Choice for December 2023 is a nice all-rounder of treats

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The latest Humble Choice for December 2023 is now available with another set of games for subscribers, so here's your usual run over what's inside and the compatibility for Steam Deck and Desktop Linux.

This is their monthly bundle of curated games that you can subscribe to get a fresh set to keep every month, plus you also get a Humble Store discount if you have it for a while. Below I will note each game you can get included plus the Steam Deck rating, any ProtonDB rating if there is one and each is a Steam link if you need more info first.

Expeditions: Rome - steam deck playable Deck Playable / ProtonDB Platinum

"Determine the destiny of Rome as you conquer foreign lands and navigate political intrigue in this turn-based RPG. Directly fight with your party of Praetorians, guide your legion to victory, and choose your own path in a story where every decision matters. How will you shape the future of Rome?"

Midnight Fight Express - steam deck verified Deck Verified / ProtonDB Gold

"A former member of the criminal underworld is lured back into “the life” by a mysterious drone claiming they have until sunrise to prevent a citywide criminal takeover together."

Nobody Saves the World - steam deck verified Deck Verified / ProtonDB Platinum

"Transform from a featureless nobody into a SLUG, a GHOST and a DRAGON in this new take on Action RPGs from the creators of Guacamelee! Discover 15+ distinct Forms, mix-and-match their abilities, clear evolving dungeons and... SAVE THE WORLD!?"

The Gunk - steam deck playable Deck Playable / ProtonDB Platinum

"The Gunk is an action-adventure game in which you play as Rani, part of our duo of gritty space haulers. As they’re struggling to bring in funds, they chance upon an untouched planet brimming with life. They came in search of valuable resources, and it looks like they’ve hit the jackpot…"

The Pale Beyond - steam deck verified Deck Verified / ProtonDB Platinum

"You didn’t ask to lead this expedition, but here you are. Stuck in the ice, Captain missing, miles from civilisation. Someone has to take charge. Manage your meagre resources, balance safety and morale, make the hard calls, and head in the only direction you can - through The Pale Beyond."

From Space - steam deck verified Deck Verified / ProtonDB Platinum

"From Space is a solo and co-op action-shooter for squads up to four players. Take on the challenge of liberating the earth from an alien infestation with your friends, using over-the-top weaponry in a post-apocalyptic world with awesomely stylized graphics. The apocalypse has never been so much fun!"

Last Call BBS - steam deck playable Deck Playable / Native Linux

"Boot up your Z5 Powerlance and dial into Last Call BBS, the last game from Zachtronics! The Barkeep’s loaded up his retro computer with a full set of puzzle games for you to download and play. No need to worry about copy protection, they’re all fully cracked and ready to enjoy!"

ELEX II - steam deck unsupported Deck Unsupported / ProtonDB Gold

"In this sequel to the vintage Open World RPG ELEX, Jax must once again unite the free people of the Science-Fantasy world of Magalan against a new threat - the Skyands, who want to change the face of the planet forever."

Plus there's also coupons for 50% off Nobody Saves The World DLC, and 70% off Lone Ruin included with the bundle.

Check out Humble Choice here.

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neolith Dec 6, 2023
Has the Humble Choice website changed? There used to be lots of screenshots for every title you clicked on.
Anza Dec 6, 2023
Quoting: neolithHas the Humble Choice website changed? There used to be lots of screenshots for every title you clicked on.

It looks different based on if you're logged in or not. You might have logged out by clearing cookies for example.
neolith Dec 7, 2023
Quoting: Anza
Quoting: neolithHas the Humble Choice website changed? There used to be lots of screenshots for every title you clicked on.

It looks different based on if you're logged in or not. You might have logged out by clearing cookies for example.
Aaaah... that would explain it.
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