Dark Souls III is the tip of the iceberg.
Humble Bundle is a lot of great things. It’s a low-cost way to fill your library with incredible games, while at the same time supporting charities and developers. The Humble Monthly Bundle takes a little bit more explaining. It’s a subscription package that offers about 8 games each month, doled out over time. Every month you pay $12 and get access to 1-2 games early (Dark Souls 3 + DLC and Overgrowth for March) plus another six-or-so games you don’t find out until the month kicks off and the next month’s pre-sales kick off. April’s early unlocks are Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, God Eater 2, and Mafia III:
Subscriptions can be month-to-month with no requirement to get locked-in for a year, and extra duplicate keys can be freely gifted to friends.
Here’s a deeper look at the games you can get for March 2018.
Dark Souls III
Dark Souls is the go-to series when you need a quick and easy way to describe something impossibly difficult, yet satisfying. This month’s featured game is Dark Souls III and Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel.
Ashes of Ariandel is the first DLC pack in the season pass for Dark Souls III.
Humble Monthly Bundle: March 2018
Splasher is almost like if Super Meat Boy were crossed with Splatoon. It’s a side-scrolling game with a bright and beautiful 2D art style. Basically, you’re fighting your way through the Inkorp factory to stop the evil boss Le Docteur, from carrying out, well, evil.
Birds are not people, but that doesn’t mean they don’t still require legal representation. In Aviary Attorney, you practice law in 1840s France as Jayjay Falcon and his apprentice at law, Sparrowson. Imagine Ace Attorney, but with birds and a wholly different, period-specific art style.
Last Day of June
Last Day of June is a gorgeous indie about love and loss. It’s absolutely beautiful and might, MIGHT, make you cry. No promises.
Holy Potatoes! We’re in Space?!
Befriend bizarre alien creatures, wage war against the space pirates, and battle intergalactic space vegetables in this weird and wonderful sci-fi rogue-like. Manage the operations of your space ship in a universe filled with potato-y goodness.
Drawkanoid (Humble Original)
If you want to check out this randomly-generated, bright neon-lighted arcade throwback, you can only play it as part of the Humble Monthly Bundle.
Assume the role of a ninja rabbit in this action game 9 years in the making. Seriously, it came out of early access last October after first becoming available in 2008. As such, there are tons and tons of mods available to spice up your life.
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