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Humble Store have a big Spring Sale going with plenty of discounts

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Need some new games for May? Humble Store has a big Spring Sale going on and of course there's some great games that have big savings right now.

There's a number of publishers that have big sales of their library including 2K, Deep Silver, Codemasters, Square Enix, Humble Games and more. As for some specific recommendations though, here's 10 good picks:

Head over to the Humble Store if interested, there's absolutely tons.

Additionally they have some interesting bundles right now:

Also as a reminder, the upcoming Humble Choice for May with have the likes of Metro Exodus and Hellpoint!

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Chronarius 30 Apr
Couldn't care less! Just checked the Bundles. Only 5% for Charity left, and Humble Bundle takes a cut of 30-40%. Uhm..Not gonna happen! Not supporting incompetence and lousy support! The Offers in the store are not much better then e.g. on Steam if the games are on Sale. Don't get me started on Choice! The main reason why I bought games/bundles from HB is gone! R.I.P.
g000h 1 May
I paused Humble Choice for April, so my 20% subscriber discount is now inactive. The new May Choices become available in 3 days' time (May bundle includes Metro Exodus, Hellpoint) and once that is running, I might pick up something in the sale.

For me, getting the best deals is a priority, and giving to charity is a bonus on top. (If I'm feeling charitable, I'd generally do it on my own terms, outside of a Games Marketplace.)
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