Race through Humble Bundle’s deals for December 2017
All the video game, book and software deals available this month at Humble Bundle.
This December, hop straight into The Long Dark, Quantum Break and Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III with Humble Bundle Monthly. Grab a new game every day until Christmas with the Yogscast Jingle Jam 2017 or some new games for Android with the Mobile Indie Hits bundle. Race on the track or in the dirt with the Codemasters Racing bundle.
Read through the comics that preceded the popular CW show Riverdale in the Humble Comics bundle: Riverdale and Archie or study up on networks and security with the Network and Security Certification bundle.
Looking to get a little interactive with the written word? Score role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons and Pathfinder with the Dungeons, Monsters and Dragons bundle.
Humble Bundle Monthly
In this month’s Humble Bundle Monthly, you’ll be able to grab The Long Dark (usually US$34.99/AUD$45.98), Quantum Break (usually US$39.99/AUD$52.55) and Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III (usually US$47.99/AUD$63.06) as early unlock titles. The rest of the bundle unlocks at 4am AEDT on 6 January 2018.
Subscribing costs US$12/AUD$15.77 per month, but you get a discount if you sign up for multiple months in one go. Humble Bundle Monthly subscribers also gain access to the Humble Trove where you can grab Humble Originals and other DRM-free titles.
Humble Codemasters Racing Bundle
Race on or off the road in high-performance cars ranging from rally classics to modern F1 machines with the Humble Codemasters Racing bundle. This bundle ends at 6am on 19 December.
Pay US$1/AUD$1.32 or more
- F1 Race Stars (usually US$14.99/AUD$19.81)
- F1 2011 (usually US$14.99/AUD$19.81)
- F1 2012 (usually US$24.99/AUD$33.02)
- Toybox Turbos (usually US$14.99/AUD$19.18)
Pay more than the average
- Grid 2 (usually US$29.99/AUD$39.64)
- F1 2014 (usually US$29.99/AUD$39.64)
- F1 2015 (usually US$39.99/AUD$52.84)
- F1 Race Stars + season pass (usually US$43.86/AUD$57.97)
- 60% off Dirt 4 coupon (for use at the Humble store, must be redeemed by 19 January 2018)
- 40% off F1 2017 coupon (for use at the Humble store, must be redeemed by 19 January 2018)
- F1 2017 DLC: 1988 McLaren MP4/4 Classic Car (usually US$2.99/AUD$3.95)
- DiRT 4 DLC: Hyundai R5 Rally Car (usually US$2.99/AUD$3.95)
- DiRT 4 DLC: Team Booster Pack (usually US$1.99/AUD$2.63)
- Unannounced title
Pay US$15/AUD$19.82 or more
- Micro Machines World Series (usually US$29.99/AUD$39.63)
- F1 2016 (usually US$59.99/AUD$79.29)
- DiRT Rally (usually US$49.99/AUD$66.06)
- F1 2016 DLC: Career Booster Pack (usually US$1.99/AUD$2.63)
- GRID 2 DLC: All In Pack (usually US$63.90/AUD$84.44)
- Grid Autosport Season Pass (usually US$29.99/AUD$39.83)
Yogscast Jingle Jam 2017
For a one-time payment of US$35/AUD$45.99, you’ll receive one game for each day up until December 25. This bundle ends at 7pm on 1 January 2018.
Pay US$5/AUD$6.57 or more
- US$5 Shout-out on Yogscast Stream
- Team Fortress 2 badges “Mandrew’s Munificent Mug” and “Israphel’s Eleemosynary Expression”
Pay US$35/AUD$45.99 or more
- Rust (usually US$19.99/AUD$26.27)
- Dungeon of the Endless (usually US$11.99/AUD$15.76)
- Q.U.B.E Director’s Cut (usually US$9.99/AUD$13.13)
- Garry’s Mod (usually US$9.99/AUD$13.13)
- Defend Your Life: TD (usually US$4.99/AUD$6.60)
- Golgotha Run, a Dark Future novel
- Gunpoint (usually US$9.99/AUD$13.21)
- Warhammer: Vermintide Dwarf Helmet DLC
- ReThink (usually US$9.99/AUD$13.21)
- Guardians of Ember: Iron Spine Costume DLC
- Dreaming Sarah (usually US$5.99/AUD$7.92)
- Chivalry: Medieval Warfare (usually US$24.99/AUD$33.04)
- Blade & Soul giveaway pack
- 25% off Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire (for the Humble Store)
- Warhammer: Vermintide 2 beta access
- Blockstorm (usually US$4.99/AUD$6.60)
- Ancient Planet (usually US$1.24/AUD$1.64)
- Gangs of Space Jingle Jam Pack - includes 2 skins, 1 hangar slot and 50,000 in-game credits (free to play, pack usually costs US$9.99/AUD$13.21)
- Star Trek Online TOS Enterprise Bridge Officers Pack
- Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms: Celeste Starter Pack (usually US$19.99/AUD$26.56)
- Crusaders of the Lost Idols: Elite Starter Pack (usually US$19.99/AUD$26.56)
- Neverwinter Feywild Starter Pack
- Awesomenauts Yogscast Pack
- Scanner Sombre (usually US$9.99/AUD$13.21)
- NASCAR Heat 2: October Jumbo Expansion (usually US$9.99/AUD$13.21)
- Train Valley (usually US$9.99/AUD$13.21)
- Headlander (usually US$19.99/AUD$26.56)
- LostWinds (usually US$9.99/AUD$13.21)
- Distrust (usually US$11.99/AUD$15.93)
- Scrap Garden (usually US$9.99/AUD$13.21)
- Chainsaw Warrior (usually US$4.99/AUD$6.63)
- Tales from Candlekeep: Tomb of Annihilation (usually US$15.99/AUD$21.25)
Titles from 12 December to 25 December have not yet been announced.
Humble Mobile Bundle: Indie Hits
Whether you're at home or on the move this holiday season, the Indie Hits bundle has plenty of Android games to keep you occupied. This bundle ends on 26 December at 6am.
Pay US$1/AUD$1.33 or more
- Invert: Tile Flipping Puzzles (usually AUD$3.89)
- Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP (usually AUD$5.49)
- Alto's Adventure (free to play)
- Pug's Quest (usually AUD$3.89)
Pay more than the average
- Shooting Stars! (usually AUD$3.09)
- Tower Dwellers (usually AUD$3.89)
- Caterzillar (usually AUD$3.89)
Pay US$5/AUD$6.57 or more:
- Framed 2 (usually AUD$6.99)
- The Bug Butcher (usually AUD$5.49)
Book and Comic Bundles
Delve into the world of networking and device security with 13 books in the Network and Security Certification bundle (ends 6am on 18 December), grab 31 books and other content with the Dungeons, Monsters and Dragons bundle (ends 6am on 20 December) and read the comics that came before the CW hit show Riverdale with the Riverdale and Archie comic bundle (ends 6am on 14 December).
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