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Humble Bundle is living out the last remaining days of winter in the only way it knows how - with a big sale range featuring thousands of discounts. This sale is on now and set to finish on January 25th, so you've got a little bit of time to see if there's something you fancy.

As of today, Humble has added a few new games to the already-substantial list of discounts on offer, too, as well as a free copy of The Red Solstice, if space-age top-down action RPGs are your kind of thing.


Recently added was a Capcom selection, which includes Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen for 9.59, Resident Evil 7 for 20, Mega Man Legacy Collection for 5.99, The Disney Afternoon Collection for 7.99 and more.

Also notable here is brand-new indie darling They Are Billions for 17.09, a game far more infuriating than it seems, but absolutely addictive. In fact, our own Johnny Chiodini recently took the always-lovable Chris Bratt through a brief glimpse of the game, which you can watch on the appropriately placed video below.

Needless to say, Johnny is a fan.

Elsewhere on Humble, you can cough up 10 / $12 for this month's Humble Monthly offering and get yourself instant access to a copy of Civilization 6 along with a pair of DLC packs. You'll get a stack of other games once the month is over, too.

For more stuff like this, including a look at the best 4K monitors you can buy right now, feel free to head on over to Jelly Deals and take a look around.

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