August 2022 Humble Choice


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📅 Important dates

  • 💳 August 30th, 2022: AUTOCHARGE DATE (for subscribers only)

  • 📆 September 6th 2022: Next Choice Bundle release date (first Tuesday of every month)


⚠️ Region lock ⚠️

There are NO region locks. All keys can be redeemed worldwide.

🔑 Full list of subs


To PAUSE a month: go to this link -> Skip A Month

(or: Settings -> Manage Your Plan -> Skip A Month -> Continue -> Skip A Month)


Free DLC to claim:

!addlicense ASF 643500, 656888, 647725, 591206, 591224, 591240, 591243, 594396, 594408, 594426, 594429, 594441, 594456


A Plague Tale: Innocence and In Sound Mind have been given away for free on Epic Games Store.


🎮 Games:

Game Ratings Cards Cheevos Details Platforms Bundled Retail Price
The Ascent 77% of 12311 🏆 4.50 CV app/979690 W 0 $29.99
HOT WHEELS UNLEASHED™ 81% of 2492 🏆 7.50 CV app/1271700 W 0 $49.99
A Plague Tale: Innocence 93% of 39418 🏆 6.00 CV app/752590 W 0* $39.99
Gas Station Simulator 86% of 12629 - 🏆 3.00 CV app/1149620 W 0 $19.99
In Sound Mind 95% of 1068 🏆 5.25 CV app/1119980 W 0 $34.99
Mind Scanners 83% of 550 🏆 2.55 CV app/1389550 W M 0 $16.99
Emily is Away <3 94% of 3610 🏆 1.50 CV app/978460 W M 0 $9.99
Omno 92% of 747 - 🏆 2.85 CV app/969760 W 0 $18.99

* - the game was featured previously only in Build-a-Bundle / Pick & Mix bundles that are usually priced to high for the games to receive partial CV (exclusions apply) and are therefore not included in the bundle count.

Retail:

  • $220.92

CV:

  • 33.14

💸 Subscription + Bonuses

One plan for all
Starting Feb 01 2022, Humble Bundle offers only one plan, which will allow you to receive all the games included in that month’s lineup for the price of $11.99 (regional pricing may vary, see below):

  USD EUR GBP AUD CAD NZD CNY RUB
Per month $11.99 €9.99 £8.99 AU$16.95 CA$14.99 NZ$17.95 ¥79 699₽
Per year $129 €109 £98 AU$179 CA$159 NZ$189 ¥850 7,459₽

Humble store discount:
The discount rate is based on how many consecutive months you had your subscription active, as seen below:

Consecutive Months Discount %
1 - 2 10%
3 - 5 15%
6 - 11 17%
12+ 20%

The stacking discount will reset back to 10% when skipping a month or canceling your Humble Choice membership.

Changes Coming to Humble Choice FAQ

USD regions: In some regions of USA, a sale tax is applied (example).
Non-USD regions: regional pricing is a fixed amount for each region set by Humble. More info here.


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📖 Informative links

Humble Choice FAQ
Official HB FAQ
Master thread of ongoing bundles!


🐰 Thanks to luckz for helping with the poll!

5 days ago*

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In your Humble opinion, is this one worth picking up?

View Results
[I like the spotlight game(s)] Hard to believe even for me, but this is a great month, full of wishlisted titles.
[Only with limited deal] I had pretty much given up on Choice seeing how the quality isn’t near what it used to be, but this bundle and the $6 coupon got me going again.
[Happy] A big shout-out to The Ascent / A Plague Tale: Innocence. It’s an exceptional game and I’m really glad to see it as part of the lineup.
[Neutral] Well, it’s neither good, nor bad - I guess it depends on what kind of games you like…
[Pause] I'm not getting on the hate train, but the truth is that this month’s train isn't visiting the stations I want.
[Disappointed, DLC] I really dislike it when the headliners are bundled as base games only and they have a ton of DLCs.
[Canceling the subscription] If we skip 12 months in a row, can we skip the 13th for free? LOL
[Accidental autocharge] Dammit, I forgot to pause this month. Again.

waiting for coupon. If no coupon, no buy

4 days ago
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how many skip im gonna do waiting for something interesting

4 days ago
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26 and a half

4 days ago
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Only Plagues Tale. For $12, yeah not biting for a single game. Pass.

4 days ago
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I wonder when they are gonna include good games again. It's been months of generic stuff now.

4 days ago
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For a moment there i was thinking 'PowerWash Simulator' when I was redeeming my keys :(

4 days ago
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I have A Plague Tale: Innocence already.
Maybe I have to stop buying more games, and remember that I have remaining 8 months HB left.

4 days ago
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where do choice games go if you didnt accept all of the previous months keys. i only see 2 from july

3 days ago
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nevermind i found it. is there a time limit to claim em

3 days ago
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No.

3 days ago
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obtaining A Plague Tale Innocence for steam with this bundle is a nice bonus imoh because the freebie version on the Epic Store does not have the achievements and this game deserves to be played 100% by unlocking all the achievements. it's a great game

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You can absolutely 100% a game without achievements. Achievements are like a side game, you can choose to do them or not. Or at least that's how I see it.

I have played many DRM-free games and sometimes enjoyed them better because I wasn't worried about missing this achievement, or that achievement.

2 days ago
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Also platinuming a game is usually not the same as aquiring 100% ingame completion anyway. 100% ingame completion usually requiring lots of things Platinum doesn't.

Farcry 4 for example is one of those games that has very lenient achievement requirements but if you go for 100% ingame completion it might take an extra 20 - 30 hours.

2 days ago
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Oh yes, that's very true.

2 days ago
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however A Plague Tale Innocence is a masterpiece that deserves the full platinum and on Epic this is not possible because the achievements are missing so I will play it on steam. I am a collector and I want to unlock achievements in games that deserve it

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Totally agree. I already have it on Epic but I'm gonna use my last Choice token for this; mostly for Plague Tale; although I've heard Gas Station Simulator is surprisingly fun too.

And as an added bonus I'll be finally free and can cancel my (accidental) Choice sub and can stop subsidizing other people's bundles 😄

2 days ago
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In Sound Mind -85% on Steam right now lmao. That's a steep new historical low.

3 days ago
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just pause until u get coupon even u want that bundle. If no coupon, buy with full price if u really need.

2 days ago
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Two free games already offered on Epic Games.

The Ascent is a nice game I almost bought before. Mind scanners I had WL too. The rest aren't my jam. I have 6 more months so screw it, $8.xx
for Ascent is a historical low.

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I wanted to love Hot Wheels, I had loads of them as a kid in the 70s. At the time I (foolishly) preferred them over their competitor Matchbox. Matchbox cars had a springy plastic suspension, whereas Hot Wheels had these fixed axles. What it meant was that Hot Wheels COULD get their axles bent, and that was a good bit rarer with Matchbox cars. Main reason that I preferred Hot Wheels then over Matchbox was that Hot Wheels tended to be over-the-top cars with flames/pipes/etc plus they focused on American cars when they did real cars, while Matchbox tended to be realistic copies of actual cars that were generally British/European.

WHY THE HELL AREN'T THE TRACKS YELLOW? The tracks are supposed to be an orangish yellow, and the connectors should be red. The game doesn't even LET YOU set up the track, which I found annoying. What you did with a Hot Wheels track was you clamped it onto your desk if you still had that part (you put a heavy book on end of first piece of track if you didn't) then you ran the track down to the loop-de-loop piece, then you connected another piece of track (maybe a short one) and then connected that to the jump! There was also a battery operated thing that ran these rubberized wheels on both sides when a switch was triggered which would shoot your cars out at a decent speed WITHOUT the use of gravity. I don't remember having one of those, but I think one of my friends did?

Anyways, I played the tutorial race on Easy, and came in dead last. I'm not great at games in general (lack of coordination, bad reaction time, sometimes unable to map muscle memory to controller buttons/triggers.

With The Ascent, I love the look and feel of the game, I kept dying to the first four or five enemies. Repeatedly. Every time. I don't know what I could've done differently, or if there's an easy mode. But as you can see with Hot Wheels, sometimes even Easy Mode is too hard for me when it comes to action games. Turn-based stuff or easy games like Skyrim I will generally do well at (even at middle-difficulty).

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Nice to read your thoughts about Hot Wheels. Brings up sweet memories, since I was too a kid/teenager back then! Thanks for the treat!

1 day ago
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Totally ok games, the ones i played. And Hot Wheels seems pretty good too.

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