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Save up to 85% in the Humble Curve Digital sale

Yes, we know E3 is all-consuming at the moment, but you can save big (and give to charity) in the Humble Curve Digital sale.

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Humble Curve Digital sale

Yes, we know E3 is all-consuming at the moment, but you can save big (and give to charity) in the Humble Curve Digital sale.

It’s taken all of our willpower to drag ourselves away from E3 2018 for a moment, but we know how you lot love to hear about a sale with massive savings. We also love raising money for charity, so sales on the Humble store tick both those boxes.

The latest publisher to have a Humble sale this year is Curve Digital, the indie champion behind the Stealth Bastard series, charming dodgeball adventure Stikbold, the extremely silly Human: Fall Flat, and the thoroughly wonderful survival game The Flame in the Flood. Newer titles like Bomber Crew also feature in this latest Humble sale.

Here are the picks of the littler in the Humble Curve Digital sale:

  • Human: Fall Flat – 80% off
  • Human: Fall Flat 4-pack – 40% off
  • The Flame in the Flood – 65% off
  • Smoke and Sacrifice – 20% off
  • Serial Cleaner – 60% off
  • Bomber Crew – 50% off
  • Stikbold – 50% off

And plenty more besides.

As is usually the case with a Humble sale, you’ll get Steam keys delivered instantly for any purchases you make from the store. There’s also a time limit on the sale: it runs through to June 18th, 2018, at 10am PT (6pm GMT) so you’ll have to tear yourself away from E3 coverage for a few minutes so you don’t miss out.

Head on over to the Humble Curve Digital sale page now to take advantage of these savings.

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