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Get Midnight Fight Express, The Gunk, And 6 More Games For $12

The Humble Choice lineup for December includes a pretty diverse selection of games for just $12.


Humble Choice subscribers can look forward to some great new games in December, ranging from B-movie action to intergalactic mop-ups. Like previous months, you'll get eight PC games to claim, and all of them will be made available as codes that can be redeemed on Steam.

Humble Choice Collection December 2023

  • Expeditions: Rome
  • Midnight Fight Express
  • The Gunk
  • Elex 2
  • Nobody Saves the World
  • The Pale Beyond
  • Last Call BBS
  • From Space

Kicking off the December lineup is Expeditions: Rome, a tactical turn-based game where you forge your legend as a Legatus commander across ancient battlefields. From Greece to Gaul, it'll be up to you to bring the glory of Rome to foreign coasts, either through diplomacy or the edge of a sword. For something set in more modern times, there's Midnight Fight Express, an action-packed romp through seedy city streets populated with crime-lords and their cronies. Fight your way across the city before sunrise to stop a calamity, develop your signature fighting style, and weaponize everything around you across 41 levels.

Elex 2 is not a great game, but at least it won't cost too much when you factor in the Humble Choice subscription cost. An open-world adventure set in a post-apocalyptic world, this Fallout game is very janky but it does have an interesting world to explore. For something better, check out The Gunk, an environmental puzzle game that tasks you with cleaning up an alien planet. You have an arsenal of high-tech cleaning equipment, a lush jungle planet to explore, and a mystery to solve in this meditative game.

Other highlights this month include Last Call BBS, a retro-flavored collection of puzzle games, an alien invasion to repel in From Space, and some transformative action in the indie delight Nobody Saves the World.

If you're not a member yet, Humble Choice costs $12 a month and comes with great perks, including monthly PC games that are yours to keep even if your subscription lapses. There's also access to a rotating collection of 50 DRM-free PC games from the Humble Vault and an additional 20% off select items in the Humble Store included in this membership.

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