Humble Bundle has announced that just one new game, Before I Forget was just added to the Humble Trove!
Sadly, this month a few games were removed from the Trove; Deadlight, Penumbra Collection and Satellite Reign.
Note that all games in Humble Trove are DRM-free games, but if you download them, you can keep playing them even if you’re no longer a Humble Choice Subscriber.
Besides the new title added, Humble Trove already has a huge library of great games: SOMA, Amnesia, Super Meat Boy, Limbo, Dustforce DX, Shelter, Volgarr The Viking, Trine Enchanted Edition, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, Wasteland 1 and much, much more.
At this moment, there are almost a 100 games available to download at the Humble Trove!
Humble Trove is one of the perks for Humble Choice subscribers. Humble Choice is a curated bundle of games sent to your inbox each month where you spend up to $19.99 and pick over $100 worth of games. All Humble Choice subscribers enjoy 20% off the Humble Store and have access to the Humble Trove – a catalog of Humble Originals and other DRM-free games.
You can buy the Humble Choice for June 2020 here and choose between 12 well-reviewed AAA and indie games such as Supraland, Hellblade Shenua’s Sacrifice, The Messenger and more + get all 90+ games in the Humble Trove!
IGB is Humble Partner, which means that a very small percentage of potential bundle sales might also go to us and help us pay the bills – and will cost you nothing. If for any reason you don’t want to support IndieGameBundles, you can always opt out or remove us using the slider on the Humble Bundle page.
Wait… Before I Forget is supposed to be about dementia?
I played and finished it. I certainly didn’t get that impression. Not even close. Ah well.
This is not a great addition to the Trove. Let’s hope that whatever Humble puts on there in the next few days is as good as those games taken away.
Edit: As a recommendation, I’d suggest those on Windows and Linux use this to automatically grab all the Trove games, and run it every month to update games and download the new games.
That way, if / when Humble remove games, you still have a local copy. I am probably missing some games from early on that were removed, and I just never downloaded. My fault 🙂
Thanks, that’s a useful tool