Humble Store Discounts 18 Games for Thanksgiving Sale

Humble Store Discounts 18 Games for Thanksgiving Sale

The curators of the Humble Bundle are cutting prices on Mount & Blade: Warband, the Crusader Kings II Collection, Rogue Legacy, and more.

The Humble Store announced its Thanksgiving sale yesterday with deals on 18 games. The sale puts the Humble Store in competition with other holiday deals, including the Steam Autumn Sale. While many of the games on offer from the Humble Store match the Steam Sale prices, others offer a greater discount. The Crusader Kings II Collection stands out at $19.99 USD, marked down from $79.99 and priced at $39.99 on Steam. The Steam price could drop later on a daily deal or flash deal. Another great deal is indie action RPG Mount & Blade: Warband, marked down 75% to just $4.99, five dollars less than Steam is currently offering.

The Humble Store launched earlier this month to provide a permanent storefront for the Humble site. Proceeds from the store are split between charity (10%), the game creators (75%), and the Humble tip (15%), which goes to cover hosting and other costs. The charity proceeds are split equally between the American Red Cross, Child's Play Charity, Electronic Frontier Foundation, World Land Trust, and charity: water. The Humble Store offers daily deals on the games in store, in addition to the pay-what-you-want Humble Bundles and Weekly Sales.

Here's the full list of games on offer for the Humble Store Thanksgiving Sale:

  • Anodyne, $3.99
  • Anomaly 2, $4.99
  • Beat Hazard Ultra, $3.89
  • Crusader Kings II Collection, $19.99
  • Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes, $9.99
  • Frozen Synapse, $4.99
  • Game Dev Tycoon, $6.99
  • Godus, $14.99
  • Gone Home, $9.99
  • Ironclad Tactics, $11.24
  • Kentucky Route Zero, $12.49
  • Mount & Blade Warband, $4.99
  • Risk of Rain, $7.99
  • Rogue Legacy, $7.49
  • Tetrobot and Co., $5.99
  • The Bridge, $2.99
  • Vessel, $3.74
  • Worms Reloaded , $6.49

These prices end at 2 p.m. EST on Friday, November 29, so don't let tending to in-laws or cooking a turkey keep you from taking a look. The titles are available on PC, Mac, Linux, and some on Android. Full system requirements for each game are listed on the Humble Store.

Source: Humble Store via Joystiq

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Hmm.. even cheaper than the current Steam sales. That may just be what I need to pick up Risk of Rain and Anomaly 2. I might not even feel too bad when those games hit the Steam daily sale and are even cheaper - although as a UK inhabitant Steam would have to really work hard to match those dollar prices.

Teoes:
Hmm.. even cheaper than the current Steam sales. That may just be what I need to pick up Risk of Rain and Anomaly 2. I might not even feel too bad when those games hit the Steam daily sale and are even cheaper - although as a UK inhabitant Steam would have to really work hard to match those dollar prices.

Yeah I've picked up a couple of things in the last week, the current strength of the pound makes buying in dollors quite a bargain

Hm, I have most of the games that interest me on that list already. But I am interested in Ironclad Tactics and Anomaly 2, so... yeah, I'll get them, I think. Or Gone Home? Hm. Support the DRM-free crowd wherever possible (and on what you're interested, of course)!

Gone Home still isn't worth the money you pay for it.

 

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