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Humble Choice December 2021

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This month, Humble Choice subs can pick up medieval multiplayer slasher Mordhau, become apex predator of the seas in Maneater, explore a world of adventure in The Survivalists, and many more!

Humble Choice December 2021 is available to buy from December 7th 2021 to January 4th 2022.

Get all 12 games this month in the Humble Choice December 2021:

The total value of the games offered in this months Humble Choice is US $273.

You can claim these games at the Humble Choice page.

HUMBLE CHOICE PERKS

It’s Your Choice
Humble Monthly is now Humble Choice. More games every month. You choose the ones you want to keep forever.
No More Mystery
All games revealed upfront on the first Tuesday of every month. No more waiting to find out what you’re getting each month.
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.

13 COMMENTS

  1. Marfung – I agree with you about the selection. I love Humble Bundle, and I believe we still get a good value for our money, but it is not as good as it used to be. Far less triple AAA titles and a lot more Indie and early access games. Still a good value for the money but I’d love to see them go back to having 2-3 triple AAA games to headline the bundles. Unfortunately I don’t think it’s going to happen in our current financial climate

  2. All completed products but a few early access games. Also a game with 100% rating on steam which I’ve never seen.

    I did a full breakdown of all the games at dinksdirtcheapgaming.com if you want to check it out.

    I rated the bundle a 3.7 out of 5. Some good Indy gems but no triple aaa’s to carry it (with the exception of maybe Maneater)

        • Also, Maneater is chock full of Denuvo if that bothers you at all (it annoys the piss out of me). There’s also 3 city builder / RTS games in this lot too, along with 3 side scrolling adventure/platform games. Not a whole host of variety here.

          I know it must be difficult for Humble to please everyone, but it really doesn’t feel like they put a lot of effort into this. Pick a bunch of platformers, pick a bunch of RTS/Strategy games, throw in a multiplayer game or two, bundle them up. Rinse and repeat month on month on month.

          Would it be too much to get an FPS or racing game in there on a regular basis?

          • Well we got an fps last month and this month each.
            I personally like this bundle a lot, as I wanted around half of them and the other half seem great too, except Maneater. That one is like a Ubisoft open world game with even less content.
            The thing about the Humble Bundle is, that it is supposed to give us Indie games and maybe a AAA-game every few months. So I get pretty fed up about the same people not liking the roster every single month, just cause there isn’t that one particular game they wanted or a 60$ game every month.
            Don’t buy Humble Choice, if you don’t want Indie games that you don’t know yet, although you might find some hidden gems.

          • I found a lot of hidden indie gems back when it was Humble Monthly as opposed to Choice. The selection feels a lot worse these days, and having so many Early Access titles that may never even be finished is just taking the piss. But if you dig it I’m honestly happy for you. The rest of us will continue to voice our displeasure in the hopes that the service may one day improve.

          • If you consider an online Multiplayer (Beyond The Wire) as an FPS, then we have differing opinions. It’s a multiplayer game first and foremost. There’s no offline campaign, for me to play. Sounds like a waste of money for me, considering I don’t do online multiplayer games.

            The rest.. Some don’t seem bad, but I have little time for RTS games, they tedious. The headline game looks like it could be interesting, but Denuvo kills it for me. The side scroller/platform games, I usually enjoy, but three in the same month is a bit much, and yet not enough to warrant the entire bundle.

            I’m never going to want every game, but there needs to be more than 3 out of the 10-12 on offer to make me want to bite.

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