Save big on games from Techland and Fellow Traveller, plus a bunch of useful software.
Sales from the Humble store means two things: you get to save a stack of cash, and in so doing, Humble gets to give lots of money to worthwhile causes. (Full disclosure, as a Humble partner, we may earn a small commission on purchases made from online stores, but mostly, it’s the charity thing.)
Without further ado, let’s get into the meat of the sales and our pick of the choice cuts.
Humble Techland publisher sale
First up, it’s Techland. We’re still formulating our thoughts on Dying Light 2 from the preview we saw at E3, but currently, Dying Light is on sale at the Humble store. There’s also a bunch of Dying Light expansions, DLC, and… that’s kind of it, really. You can also save on Pure Farming 2018 and Call of Juarez.
- Dying Light – 67% off
- Dying Light Season Pass – 66% off
- Dying Light: The Following – 66% off
- Dying Light: The Bozak Horde – 33% off
- Pure Farming 2018 – 50% off
- Call of Juarez – 75% off
- Call of Juarez: Gunslinger – 40% off
Humble Fellow Traveller publisher sale
Unlike Techland, who make big budget zombie parkour games (and farming), Fellow Traveller publish quirky and intriguing games like Hacknet, Orwell, Screencheat, and Vertiginous Golf. It’s horses for courses, of course, but if you like Papers, Please then you’ll love Orwell.
- Hacknet – 80% off
- Hacknet Labyrinths – 33% off
- Screencheat – 66% off
- Screencheat 4-pack – 66% off
- Screencheat Humble Deluxe Edition – 66% off
- Orwell – 60% off
- Orwell: Ignorance is Strength – 25% off
- Think of the Children – 50% off
- Vertiginous Golf – 90% off
- Vertiginous Golf 4-pack – 80% off
Humble Software sale
This one isn’t specifically a gaming software sale – there are no games included in it – though there is a bunch of software you can use for making games. There’s everything from various versions of the RPG Maker suite, to creation studios like Game Maker Studio and Leadwerks, to animation tools like Facerig. There’s also a bundle of benchmarking tools, and other general PC and productivity software.
- RPG Maker MV – 70% off
- RPG Maker VX – 80% off
- RPG Maker VX Ace – 80% off
- Facerig – 60% off
- Leadwerks – 85% off
- Leadwrks Professional Edition – 85% off
- GameMaker Studio 2 – 35% off
- 3DMark – 70% off
- PCMark 10 – 70% off
- VRMark – 70% off
And much more besides. We’re not going to list them all, but there’s a lot is the key takeaway here.
All three sales run through until July 30th at 10am PT (6pm GMT) and don’t forget that any and every purchase you make from the Humble Store – not just these sales or the eponymous bundles – raise money for charity.
More from Thumbsticks
- Gearbox is making a 1v1 shooter, for some reason
- Save up to 75% in the Humble Frontier Developments sale
- Two Point Hospital gets a release date and 10% pre-order discount
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