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Humble Choice August 2020 – 12 Games for $12


The Humble Choice August 2020 games have arrived with 12 games to pick from! Choose VampyrWargroove, Call of Cthulhu and more games!

Humble Choice August 2020

Humble Choice August 2020 is available to buy from August 7th to September 4th 2020.

Choose from the following games in the Humble Choice August 2020: (This month all 12 games are available)

  • Vampyr
  • Hello Neighbor or Hello Neighbor Hide and Seek Collection
  • Wargroove
  • Call of Cthulhu
  • Little Big Workshop
  • Genesis Alpha One Deluxe Edition
  • Automachef
  • Through the Darkest of Times
  • American Fugitive
  • The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters
  • We Were Here Together
  • A Case of Distrust

All Humble Choice subscribers will also get two new Humble Originals, Booth and Zodiac XX. Plus, this month subscribers get an exclusive demo of Humble Games’ newest release: Wildfire!

The total value of the games offered in the August 2020 Humble Choice is US$312.87

You can choose what games to get at the Humble Choice page.


It’s Your Choice
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Great Perks
5% donated to charity every month. Plus access to 90+ games in the Humble Trove and up to 20% off on the Humble Store.


  1. As I went to pause it popped up a dialogue offering me $4 off if I don’t. How many people must be skipping each month for them to go out of their way to add this dialogue? I can’t say I’m surprised, but I’d need a much bigger bribe to buy into this crap.

  2. Humble has been complete trash since IGN took them over. I have paused every single month since January. As usual I’m not interested in any of the crap they are offering this month. I own Automachef because I got it for free somewhere a while back and I could care less about everything on that list except Hello Neighbor but I just can’t justify buying the month for just that one game. I have so many other games I’m playing right now I don’t even know when I’d be able to sit and play that one. By the time I do I can probably find just that one game on sale somewhere cheap. Most of the games they are listing now I’ve never even heard of. Where’s the big AAA games they used to put out? Just utter trash. Can we go back to the good ole days before IGN?

    • I just cancelled once IGN took over, and honestly haven’t looked back man. More expensive and worse games? Yeah I’m good lol

    • There are several version of Hello Neighbour that are free on Steam. Some reviews mentioned that the alpha / beta versions that are free are more enjoyable than the paid product. If you want to play, try them out first.
      I agree about the other games. I have a heap “on the go” as well. It’s just not worth grabbing for Vampyr alone, when I’m unlikely to get hours to spend playing it enough, and not any time soon.

  3. This might help people (And I bet the formatting gets all messed up).

    Title Price Type Reviews

    Wargroove $28.95 Indie Strategy Very Positive
    Vampyr $54.95 RPG Mostly Positive
    Hello Neighbour $11.99 Horror, Adventure Mostly Positive
    Hello Neighbour: Hide and Seek $42.95 Horror, Adventure Very Positive
    Call of Cthulhu $44.95 Horror, RPG Mostly Positive
    Little Big Workshop $28.95 Strategy, Sim Very Positive
    Genesis Alpha One (Deluxe) $42.95 FPS, Rougelike Mixed
    Automachef $21.50 Sim, Puzzle Mostly Positive
    Through the Darkest of Times $24.99 Strategy, Sim Very Positive
    American Fugitive $28.95 Top down, Shooter Mixed
    The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters $21.50 Indie, Horror, Survival Very Positive
    We Were Here Together $18.50 Indie, Adventure, MMO Very Positive
    A Case of Distrust $21.50 Indie, Text adventure Very Positive

    Total $392.63 (AUD)

    Yep, the formatting was a mess (and still is pretty crap). It’d be nice if we could do tables on here. Lots of Horror, Strategy and Sim games in the mix.

    I can just imagine the discussions at Humble about what games to include:
    Team Leader: So… Any idea’s of the games we should go for next month?
    Karen: Sims and strategy, people seem to love those
    Person B: But, 70% of our subscribers are pausing each month.
    Karen: Sims… AND…. Strategy.
    Team Leader: OK, it’s decided. Sims and Strategy.

    • Oh for fuck sake. I even formatted it nicer than that, and this shitty system took out the extra spacing. I give up.

      • Thanks Slade! Im on the fence about this month, I like vampires and Cthulhu but the rest looks just like sims and strategies again

        • I can share your thoughts on being on the fence. If you’re after just Vampyr, then it’s technically “worth” it for that alone, and the rest of the games are a bonus. However, I’d rather have 4-5 games that I’d like to play for more than 10 minutes each, than just the 1 this month. That’s my main reason for pausing. The $12 for the 12 games is a great deal (or around $18 AUD), and as mentioned, that alone for Vampyr is good value. Overall though, it’s just a waste of game keys for games I’m never going to play.

          On the plus side, at least we do have the option to pause the subscription. IGN / Humble don’t have to offer that, and we could all be sitting here having gone through all the 12 months a long time ago.

    • I went through each of the games, and sadly, I’m with you on this one. There’s too many strategy / simulation games again this month. And some of the reviews aren’t very flattering on some of the games.
      Clearly Choice isn’t working out as well as Humble would like. They’re offering all 12 games to some tiers this month, and keep giving away free months with other bundle purchases (only to new subscribers).
      I take umbrage at the whole “Get $300 worth of games”. They’re only worth $300 if you’d buy those games and be interested in them. The fact that many indie developers are now charging $30 – $40 AU for games, is somewhat insane. Read some of the reviews of Hello Neighbour, apparently it can be finished in an hour, if you know what you’re doing. Vampyr looks pretty good, but I’m not wasting a month on just one game, that I’m interested in.
      I appreciate that I’m never going to want to play all the games in a month, but I’d like to be interested in close to half of them, not just 1.

      • Mirrored my thoughts exactly. $300 value is also only when looking at full retail of each game. I’m interested in American Fugitive so I’ll likely pick that up in the Fanatical bundle for $6, but it’s often on sale for less than half its full price. Vampyr does look alright, but another thing I’ve noticed is these games often end up in other sites bundles before long. I’d have trouble choosing 3 games out of this bundle so getting all 12 I don’t consider a bonus this month.


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