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This month:

Metro Exodus - For the AMD and pre 20XX owners out there that didn't buy this because they didn't have a Ray Tracing capability, now you can play it without its ray tracing glory! For those with any capable ray tracing card, chances are you already own this. Because Ray Tracing amirite. Steam only.

Darksiders Genesis - the 16 bit version of Darksiders brought to life... no it's actually a slick looking top down RPG in the Darksiders universe.

Hellpoint - a 3rd person action RPG with a stiff follow camera and bad animations. Based in a futuristic hell Quake Doom baby.

Cook, Serve, Delicious 3 - Mark this as the 3rd Cook, Serve, Delicious game I've gotten through Humble Monthly.

Levelhead - Platforming puzzle game that looks like Sonic CD but with less level design.

Fury Unleashed - 2D platformer shooter with lots of colors that go well with brown. Aliens be here.

Size Matters - Could be an interesting game. You drink a potion that makes you shrink and you have to find your way around and as you shrink, your ability to do things shrinks with it. Like pleasuring ***'s *u* amirite

Morkredd - Light based top-down puzzle game with shadow effects first seen in Nox (2000). Co-op so you can play with your Humble Monthly friend that also has it.

Relicta - Cool title image. I actually played the demo of this. Did not like the level of profanity; totally unnecessary for this 1st person puzzle game a la Talos Principle and Portal, but in more varied environments.

Retimed - 2D multiplayer arena shooter with Kirby-like graphics that I'm sure you'll have no trouble finding randos on the internet to play against. Features bubbles that when inside, slow down time just like in God's Trigger's last level because everyone played that as well.

Family Man - Story based first person adventure game with basic non-voxel based 3D graphics. Remember Club Drive for the Jaguar? Like that.

Vane - 2D? 3D? Adventure game. Supposedly you can transform into a bird and back and change the world as you progress. After watching the trailer, it might just be weird enough to deserves a chance.
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