Humble Monthly Trove offers American Nightmare, Limbo, Fortune 499 and Six Other for free, offer ends on September 16

Humble Monthly Trove has once more brought in some of the best indie titles for the fans. As always, all these titles will remain available for free for a brief amount of time. For all of its monthly subscribers, some humble originals and a number of DRM-free games are available. This time Humble is offering more of an indie batch of the games such as Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, Limbo, Crescent Bay, Arawkanoid, and Fortune 499 and more.

Fans will be able to avail of this offer until Sunday, September 16th, 2018. All the game downloads from Humble Store during this time period will be 100% free for the taking and free for the keeping as well. However, all these games will not be available via Steam keys. Fans will instead have these DRM-Free versions and install them as standalone games.

Following is a list of all the games currently being offered via the Humble Monthly Trove.

  • American Nightmare
  • Limbo
  • Fortune 499
  • Tiny Echo
  • Arawkanoid
  • Crescent Bay
  • Uurnog
  • Thor.n
  • Cat Girl Without Salad: Amuse-Bouche

As of now, the full Humble Trove has a total of 60 games. More new games are added every month. Later on, all these games are made available for fans to download online for free. However, there is a time limit applicable to download the games on Humble Monthly Trove. The nine free games added this month will remain available until Sunday, 16th of September, at 11:59 pm PT. So, if you haven’t yet downloaded your favorite games, head over to Humble Store before it’s too late.

Do let us know what games you picked from the nine new freebies now available. Also, if you have any specific favorites included in this month’s Humble Monthly Trove, do share with us. We’ll love to hear from you all about it.

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