Humble Indie Hits sale discounts Bloodstained, No Man's Sky and more

Get up to 96% off over 100 independent games.

Humble Bundle has just launched the Humble Indie Hits sale where you can find up to 96 per cent off a wide range of some of the very best independently developed games.

A good 100 or so new and classic titles are included, ranging from recent releases such as Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, the soon-to-be-updated No Man's Sky and time-twisty platformer Braid.

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The sale runs from the 8th-15th of August.

To cut through the mass, I've picked out a few highlights for you below. Some of these are more popular picks, whereas others are noteworthy simply because the amount of money you can save is quite substantial. Do have a look through the full Humble Indie Hits sale page to see if anything else takes your fancy, though!

The Humble Indie Hits sale will run until 15th August.

In other news, just last week, the early unlock games in the September Humble Monthly were announced. You can pay £10/$12 for Slay the Spire and Squad to get access to both games right now. The remaining titles in the upcoming bundle will be unlocked on 6th September. As a subscriber, you can also save up to 20 per cent on Humble Store purchases.

For even more savings, do check us out over at Jelly Deals. Right now, you can find offers on the best powers banks in 2019, best Nintendo Switch SD cards and cheap PS Plus.

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