Save up to 90% on some excellent indie games in Humble’s Plug In Digital sale
Big discounts on titles like Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter, WRC 6 and A Normal Lost Phone.
January is kind of a quiet month for video game releases, making it the perfect time to play catch up on all the games that slipped you by in recent years. With so many past titles to consider, it can be daunting just trying to pick which ones to sink your time into.
Fortunately, Humble Bundle has a solution for you. Over at the Humble Store, dozens of games from the indie publisher Plug In Digital are on sale for a pittance, with up to 90% off a bunch of top-notch indie games from the last few years.
Highlights include the crime-solving adventure game Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter, the hilarious parody RPG Zenith and the gravel-crunching racing of WRC 6. You can check out our top picks of the sale below (with prices converted to AUD), or you can head on over to the Humble Store and browse the full sale for yourself.
|Game||Discounted price||Buy it|
|The Next Penelope||$4.13||Go to site|
|Zenith||$6.49||Go to site|
|Epistory – Typing Chronicles||$8.21||Go to site|
|Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter||$12.74||Go to site|
|WRC 6||$15.29||Go to site|
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