Purchase the MAY monthly bundle!

A curated bundle of games sent to your inbox every month. When you subscribe, you'll immediately receive "DiRT Rally and INSIDE" with more to come and enjoy 10% off in the Humble Store!


Subscribe before the FIRST FRIDAY OF MAY (5th May) for $12* to receive the MAY bundle

  • Note: Some people may have 10% off coupons for NEW subscribers for the monthly bundle. These coupons will apply to your purchase, and you will pay $10.80 instead of $12.
  • If you are a recurring subscriber, you will be AUTOCHARGED ON APRIL 28th, 2017

Also, it's too late to buy the APRIL Monthly Bundle. You will therefore NOT receive that bundle by purchasing this one!


Note: Region lock!

  • The keys for "DiRT Rally" are region locked to the region the keys are purchased in! E.g. keys bought from South America and Russia + CIS are locked to their own regions! Also ROW keys cannot be activated in the region locked areas! (Source here, here and here!)

NEW! Humble Monthly's first comic:

  • KEVIN EASTMAN'S "UNDERWHERE ISSUE ONE" (out of 4 issues)
    It's placed in the downloads under the 'eBooks'! Enjoy!

Games:

Pay early and get "DiRT Rally and INSIDE"

GAME RATINGS CARDS BUNDLED RETAIL PRICE
DiRT Rally 90% of 11,485 Reviews 0 $59.99
INSIDE 95% of 11,515 Reviews - 0 $19.99
This Is the Police 87% of 3,173 Reviews 0 $14.99
Undertale 96% of 79,766 Reviews 0 $9.99
Metrico+ 100% of 33 Reviews - 0 $13.99
The Turing Test 89% of 1,241 Reviews 0 $19.99
GoNNER - Press Jump To Die Edition 92% of 343 Reviews 0 $9.99
Super Rude Bear Resurrection 74% of 51 Reviews 0 $14.99

Humble Monthly Original: A2Be - A Science Fiction Narrative

Steam retail: $163.92
MSRP: $171.90

If you pay $12 for next month's bundle, you will get a key for the featured game immediately. If you are already a member and choose to wait it out for the pay-date (1 week before this MAY bundle launches), you will get a key for the game then.


New referral feature:

For a limited time get $5 Humble Wallet Credit with every referral. When they subscribe, you'll get Humble Wallet Credit automatically. Invited users must be first time subscribers.

Limited to 30! Find your referral link here!


Read Rachel's detailed Q+A to these Humble Monthlies! Also read HB's FAQ!


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NB: SUBSCRIBE BEFORE 10 AM PDT, FRIDAY, 5th MAY!

2 years ago*

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Spring cleaning your wallet for this Monthly bundle? ☜(゚ヮ゚☜)

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Yesss!! The unlocks are delicious!! โ๏௰๏ใ
Well, yes, I'm an annual subscriber so.. ( ・ω・)
Decisions, decisions! *Ponders*
Already got the early unlocks, so I'll be skipping this time..
Eh, not interested in the early unlocks, so noope! ( ̄へ ̄)
If only I had enough money to spend.. ಠ╭╮ಠ

nah

2 years ago
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Thats awful... Although Inside is wishlisted :/

2 years ago
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Mildly tempting! ^^

2 years ago
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I really like the early unlocks this time around. Stil subscribed to this since this started.

2 years ago
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two wishlist games, WHY?

i bought this last one and i was hopping to not like the early unlock this month so save some money, but nooooo

Well, w'll wait to the end of the month and think better, i guess

2 years ago
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Just for inside

2 years ago
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+1

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+2

2 years ago
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WOW

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OH DEAR! Inside? INSIDE!? I really ant this one! Hope I'll be able to afford it by the end of the month :/

2 years ago
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Looks like a great deal!

2 years ago
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Not bad, not bad at all

2 years ago
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rip dirt rally maybe? or too soon?

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I really don't like dirt so NO ..... probably

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And next time it will be next time and next time.. :D hihi!

2 years ago
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Insta early pay... again :)

2 years ago
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I got DiRT Rally for free so no buy for me this time.

2 years ago
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Please Humble Bundle, stop take my money all months. :(

2 years ago
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i will wait for the next bundle, if nothing interesting, i get the monthly ^^

2 years ago
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Hm... I don't want Inside but Dirt Rally looks good... Have to think about grabbing this one, especially since the unlocks will probably be shite...

2 years ago
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Already have INSIDE, and Dirt Rally doesn't particularly interest me. Then again, everything else could be more than worth it when they unlock. Hmmm...

2 years ago
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Already watched Game Grumps play Inside so no reason to buy it and I'm not very interested in Dirt Rally, I still have to play the two Dirt games they gave for free.

2 years ago
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Thanks for reminding me of those other Dirt games, totally forgot that i have them. :D

I don't need another rally game so i'll pass on this monthly.

2 years ago
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Why would you watch someone else play a game?

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+1

2 years ago
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Do you guys like... Always want to play a game no matter what? O.O

I tend to watch many gameplay videos, lately mostly Smite from pros playing, since I get to see what items they build and all that stuff that I can learn from. But I might watch console games that I know I'll never play because I'm not getting the console. Or I might watch videos from things like The Witcher 3, Dark Souls 3 and games that I know I'm not picking up anytime soon really. Or I might watch a gameplay because the guys making it are funny, Funhaus being a good example. And sometimes I'm up for watching someone play and have fun on the background while I relax because I'm not really in the mood to go and actually play the game.

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I either want to play a game or not. If I want to play it, I'll buy and play sometime in the future. If I don't want to play it, I don't need to watch someone else do that. It's just a loss of time. Have better things to do. Just don't find it entertaining or appealing in any way. I watch like a couple of minutes maybe just to see how a game is and only if I find like I really need to. It spoils the surprises.

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Different tastes I guess. Lately I find it hard to be engaged in any game for more than half an hour unless I'm playing with friends, most of the times I would rather watch comedic/funny gameplays like the example I set above rather than go in and play the game myself. Everytime I think of playing the game I'm like "ugh, I have to open and sit correctly and do all this stuff and then I'll get bored in like half an hour anyway".

But I guess that's just me ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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I think it depends on what kind of games you play the most.

If i was playing only solo games where the story is the most important part, i doubt i would watch any stream/youtuber unless i already completed the game (or part) they are showing.

On the other hand, multiplayer games are often seen for their mechanics or strategy part rather than the story. So i've no problem watching that.

Of course you can find a lot of exceptions. For example, i remember watching that guy playing Dishonored (a game i don't even own, nor particularly interested in) and he was doing those crazy slow-mo actions and it was damn entertaining.

Edit: if anyone is curious i was talking about this guy

Another thing worth mentioning is that some people doesn't care about improving or understanding how things works, they prefer to play the game the way they want and it's perfectly fine if you ask me.

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When you watch someone play a game, you are experiencing the game along with them (even if it's not streamed, because they record their reactions real time). I watch a youtuber named Sips play through a lot of games that look interesting and a lot of fun, but I know that I don't really want to shell out money to buy them since I'm having fun just watching

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Sips! It's fun to watch him play. Because of the Yogscast Guarantee. !rip I really like his humor as well. :D Quite a few of my impulse buys are because of him.

I get to learn what to do and what not to do through watching others play.

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I sometimes watch people play a game that I can't play (like if I don't have the system it's on) or if I like the person who made the video. For Inside, I didn't want to spend $20 on 2-3 hours of gameplay when I can spend far less money and get more value out of it. Different strokes for different folks I guess.

2 years ago
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I am never watching others playing, but..

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2 years ago
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So true, so true!! :D

2 years ago
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It may be funny but it's a really poor analogy. You can't just play the Superbowl or the Champions League final yourself. But you could very well be playing the exact same game you're watching on Youtube. That's more like watching a sex tape of your girlfriend while she's in bed with you.

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because you are not sure if you want to spend $60 USD on a brand new release - so you watch a 10 minute youtube video of 'lets play game name' or watching a twitch stream for a few minutes to decide if the game lives up to the hype or not?

Do you watch a game trailer prior to purchasing? Its the exact same concept.

Now watching someone play for hours on end.... that is totally different ;)

2 years ago
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This dirt is not comparable to the other ones. It's a proper simulator, not just a yearly rehash.

2 years ago
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I suffered through Limbo and have zero intention to do it again under a different name, but at least one game will be a good giveaway here, it seems. :)

2 years ago
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+1 I gave up midway playing through Limbo and just youtubed the ending.

2 years ago
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INSIDE is so good!

2 years ago
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Well, hopefully when I'll post it, the winner will think the same.

2 years ago
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Limbo wasn't really that hard...

I managed to go on a no-death run in my third try (When doing a no-death run, of course)

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It wasn't the difficulty, unless you consider the bonus level. Which was plain lazy, but that is another question. I only hda issues at the very last puzzle as the gravity shifts felt totally random, so I died a dozen or so times there.
No, my problem was that the game was incredibly boring even by puzzle game standards. It really suffered for the utter lack of anything that resembled writing.

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It really suffered for the utter lack of anything that resembled writing.

I actually found the narrative, as expressed through location, details, and gameplay as opposed to dialogue, to be one of the strongest points of the game. To each their own, of course, but there is quite a bit of layering and metaphor for those who are interested enough to look for it. I'm sure it won't resonate with everyone, but if you take a look at some interpretations of the game's meaning you may be able to see it from a fresh perspective?

2 years ago
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Huh? Bad gameplay? I beaten it just fine, no effort required.

2 years ago
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More like bland level design. Not even the thing about being monochrome, but how the entire premise/promise of an eerie dark forest just disappears very early in to be replaced by an incredibly generic factory with strings upon strings of switch puzzles. Honestly, it bored me, I pushed on only to see i it gets better. It didn't.

2 years ago
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DiRT Rally is region locked. At least in certain regions.

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2 years ago
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My RoW key said it's not available in BO, HN, BR, BS, KG, BY, BZ, CN, NI, PY, PA, TJ, RU, PE, TM, GT, CO, VE, CL, AM, EC, GF, GE, AR, GY, CR, AZ, MD, UY, UZ, SR, SV, KZ, UA
which should be South and Central Americas and Russia + CIS, if I am not wrong.

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and China

2 years ago
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+1 I got a South American key.
Didn't take a screenshot though. Sorry about that.

2 years ago
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my steam is BR, i'm scary to get a region lock and dont work here =/

2 years ago
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It will work, just make a Brazil-only giveaway! :)

2 years ago
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Thanks!! :)

2 years ago
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Error in description about Note: Region lock!
Also ROW keys cannot be activated in the region locked areas!
you can activate ROW games, but you cant purchase ROW keys from region locked regions

2 years ago
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Hmmm.. I see. Then I'm not sure I completely understand the message Sloth got.
I'll delete that sentence from OP then. Thanks!

2 years ago
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Whoo, best early unlocks ever, thank you HB

2 years ago
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Wasn't INSIDE exactly $12 with that 40% coupon for Limbo owners?

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yeah lol

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So $12 is a good deal considering you get $100 worth of extra games

2 years ago
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You don't get $100 worth of extra games, games in monthlies are very very rarely worth their retail price for people who do use steamgifts.

2 years ago
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This is why those 40% off Inside coupons got distributed last week on Steam...

2 years ago
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Still that schedule / timing didn't make much sense from a marketing perspective, cause of the steam refunds.

2 years ago
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Yeah, they should have waited till next month or something. :p

2 years ago
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To screw their new player base ? that looks smart...

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Your logic doesn't make sense.

2 years ago
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You mean the part where they try to get one last batch of mid-price sales on Steam by offering a discount, just before 1000s of keys are released worldwide, almost certainly permanently lowering the market value of the game on PC?

I know economics is hard, so here's a primer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9aDizJpd_s

2 years ago
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With Steam Refund, that doesn't make sense still. But eh, whatever floats your boat.

2 years ago
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Because they're practically guaranteed not to have a 100% Steam refund rate of coupon-related sales, the coupon campaign will be profitable. Not doing it would be giving up the opportunity for higher-margin purchase, which will all but disappear.

Consumers, being lazy, irrational, and in general non-optimific shoppers, leave money on the table all the time in terms of failing to take advantage of price-matching, as well as failure to redeem small gift card balances...or get returns when they could save a small amount. Which doesn't even include everyone who played over two hours after purchasing it before the release of the HB Monthly.

In short, not everyone is a highly-motivated cheapskate of the sort necessary to return games to save money or to enter 11,000 giveaways over 4 years in order to win 42 games, for a total value of $105.10.

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