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Last call to save up to 75% off in the Humble Tycoon sale

Even relatively new games – like Two Point Hospital, Jurassic World Evolution, and Frostpunk – get a discount in the Humble Tycoon sale.

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Two Point Hospital Humble Tycoon sale

Even relatively new games – like Two Point Hospital, Jurassic World Evolution, and Frostpunk – get a discount in the Humble Tycoon sale.

Tycoon games have seen something of a resurgence recently. In the past few months alone we’ve seen a big budget movie tie-in, in the form of Jurassic World Evolution, and the spiritual successor to Theme Hospital, Two Point Hospital.

2018 also saw the release of Frostpunk, a post-apocalyptic town management sim from 11 bit studios that examines choices and morality better than most narrative-heavy, AAA titles.

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And then there’s the perennially brilliant Planet Coaster, the spiritual successor to Rollercoaster Tycoon from Frontier Developments, the crew behind Elite: Dangerous.

Now these games – and more – are on sale for a limited time in the Humble Tycoon sale. Here are our picks:

Humble Tycoon sale

  • Frostpunk – 27% off
  • Jurassic World Evolution – 35% off
  • Two Point Hospital – 10% off
  • Planet Coaster – 60% off
  • Prison Architect – 75% off
  • Project Highrise – 75% off

Plus a whole stack of games in the Rollercoaster Tycoon and Anno series, with a lot more DLC and add-ons to boot.

The Humble Tycoon sale runs through until Thursday, 15th November at 10am PT (that’s 6pm GMT) so you’ll need to move fast. And don’t forget – every penny you spend on the Humble Store raises money for good causes.

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