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Amazing games at Humble right now for under £10

May the deals be with you.

Grab awesome savings on thousands at the Humble Store as part of the May sale - with titles old, new and unhinged going for as low as 46p. Let's take a look at the best PC game deals out right now, starting with the ludicrously cheap - best start whispering sweet nothings to your wallet folks.

Starting with those wondrous sub £3 deals: play campaigns and go wild with the scenario editor (I've always enjoyed random bears and armies comprised solely of Robin Hood) for Age of Empires 2: HD Edition, currently a mere £2.99.

Lead Dwarven astronauts to glory among the stars with We Are The Dwarves - which has come down from £24.99 to 99p. Speaking of the cosmos generally, keep your very own spaceship trundling across deep space with FTL: Faster Than Light, which is down to a stellar £1.74.

The Silent Age.

Solve mysteries with Virginia (which is allegedly inspired by the likes of True Detective - although I'm struggling to find an alcoholic Matthew Mcoughaney spouting nihilist one-liners, but there you go), a dream-like detective game that is a only 69p. Time is a flat circle, man.

Get both groovy and apocalyptic with super popular point-and-click adventure The Silent Age - you play a moustached time-traveller searching for the secret's behind mankind's extinction. It's also only 69p, and features some truly glorious set pieces.

It's a tiny bit over £3, but if you've not played Undertale, go get it right now. It has at least five doggos, an insane meta narrative, and is only £3.06 at Humble.


In a similar vein: personal favourite of mine The Shrouded Isle is only £3.50. I love it because you get to diplomatically sacrifice your villagers (ideal for anyone seeking a career in HR), while also summoning a horror that lurks beneath the waves.

Perhaps if you're after something a little more modern and less cursed, snag the legendary Gone Home for £3.79.

Now onto games around a fiver. Cities: Skylines can be grabbed for only £5.74, or you can build a more traditional village with Banished, currently £5.21. There's also haunted ship, insanity and cannibalism simulator Sunless Seas, which comes in at £5.59.

The Shrouded Isle.

Bleak ARPG Grim Dawn is down to a ghastly £5.99, and its manifold expansions are available with a discount, too.

Let's survey the horizons of the £10 mark. If you enjoy ridiculous mini-games and also have a friend or two, The Jackbox Party Pack is totally where it's at: you can nab Party Pack One and Two respectively for under a tenner each - saving you half on the usual cost. Meanwhile, later incarnations can be netted for just over a tenner.

Speaking of horizons, legendary grand strategy game Stellaris is going for only £8.74. As your deals attorney, I advise you to cancel any upcoming social obligations before you get drawn into this.


A much tinier yet no less effective strategy title, Into the Breach is down to £7.63. Meanwhile, fabulous retro-style cyberpunk bar-tending sim Va-11 Hall-A is down to nearly the same price.

Sup Rancheros! Chase Slime with the popular Slime Rancher, currently half-price and £7.49.

For a full tenner, you can nab ALL of BioShock - including installments one to three.

These and more are all available as part of the Humble May sale - while it officially ends on the 23rd, plenty of titles have limited discounts lasting only a few days. Happy deals hunting everyone!

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Sara has been writing since 2017, contributing news, features and more to outlets including Eurogamer, Rock Paper Shotgun, Variety, The Guardian, BBC and Tabletop Gaming magazine. They are happiest rolling big dice, raising mobs and rocking out with their Bard-Lock.

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