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Humble Choice For March 2023 Revealed - Get 8 PC Games For $12

Rodents, dinosaurs, and monsters, oh my!


The March 2023 Humble Choice games lineup is now available, and members can download all eight PC games at no additional charge as part of the $12/month membership.

Leading this month’s pack is Biomutant, an open-world action-RPG where you play as furry rodent-like critters in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. If you’re more into scaly creatures, there’s Jurassic World Evolution 2, a park management sim where you build and maintain your own dinosaur research facility. The game even features Jeff Goldblum and Bryce Dallas Howard reprising their roles as Dr. Ian Malcolm and Claire Dearing from the movies.

RPG fans have several games to check out in this month’s Humble Choice lineup, including the open-world RPG Edge of Eternity, strategy-RPG hybrid Hero’s Hour, the gothic fantasy roguelite RPG Rogue Lords, and Monster Crown, which sports old-school pixel art and gameplay similar to another popular monster collecting series that started on the Game Boy.

Speaking of roguelites, there’s also Golden Light, a survival horror shooter with a lo-fi art style and off beat humor where you must battle through randomized levels to save your girlfriend.

Lastly, there’s Demon Turf, a quirky and stylish 3D platformer where you set out on an adventure to take over the Demon world.

All eight games are available now for Humble Choice subscribers. If you’re not a Humble Choice member, you can sign up for just $12/month and get immediate access to this month’s games, plus all games in the rotating Humble Games Collection and Vault, as well as other perks like bonus discounts at Humble’s online store. Once you claim the monthly lineup, the games are yours to keep forever, even if you cancel your subscription.

Humble Choice March 2023 Games

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