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Since June 2017, each Humble Choice / Monthly subscriber has access to the Humble Trove. It includes a variety of DRM-free games (no Steam). You can download any game as long as your subscription is active. New games are added every second Friday of the month.
It seems that they disappear after some time (about 2 years, sometimes more, sometimes less).
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Hi, as you may have noticed, games in trove would be updated to a newer version from time to time, but HB never gave us any notices for that.
E.g. HitchHiker was just updated to the March version. The Corridor was updated to the 2nd version.
I think maybe you should include a last updated section to remind us to re-download the latest version from Trove. Or maybe I should make a separate post specifically for this as it might be seen as a different topic here. What do you think?
"updated" in the title should be suffice (as has been done), I wouldn't think a new thread would be required.
It looks like in Co-Open some assets were updated (size of some files jumped from 2MB to 19MB), executable was not changed (version of executable is the same).
It seems the first one is identified in the menu as 1.0.4 and the newer one as 1.0.5
So it's probably just graphic and error changes.
Does not seems like anything has been removed. Current count is 83.
Current count is 80
Current count is 81.
Current count is 79,
Chart updated. Sorry for the delay. Thank you very much yderlig for your work :)
Regarding updates of games, I'm not following these and won't update the chart according to them. But you can leave a comment here each time there is an update, for those interested in downloading the latest version.
Co-Open is updated to v. 1.1.2
It has downloads for Windows, Mac, and Linux
Subserial Network updated its linux version. The Windows/Mac are not updated.
Current count is 78.
CreatorCrate files updated.
can you play these offline as in with no internet and still play them after my subscription has ended? - thanks
Yes, these games are DRM-free, so you can play them without subscription.