Some personal favourites from the Humble Sale, games I don't think are on GOG: Brigador
€14, DRM-free option.
isometric action game. It has a Campaign, lots of extra missions, lots of combat vehicles with different traits. Starward Rogue
, $3, DRM-free option. One of few rogue-likes I actually enjoy. Fast-paced robot shooter with cool weapons. Neon Drive
, €5, DRM-free option. A stylistic retro sci-fi racing/action game. Like Tron meets Blade Runner in terms of concept. Horizon
, €7. To me it's one of the more unique space strategy games around, in terms of atmosphere especially; it has a really nice and appealing "space frontier" feel to it. Grey Goo
, €7. A very silly price indeed for this RTS. High production value and cool storyline. NaissanceE
, €4, DRM-free option. A surreal first-person platformer/puzzle game, think CUBE + Antichamber. Particle Fleet: Emergence
, €9. A unique Tower-defese/offense space game. Lengthy Campaign + lots of extra missions. Stars in Shadow
, €17. A Master-of-Orion class 4X game, easy to learn with a nice sprinkling of humor. Prominence
, €14, DRM-free option. An interesting and challenging first-person sci-fi puzzle/adventure game in Myst-style, about 15 hrs long. SPINTIRES
, €5. An awesome offroad driving game where strategy, planning and some management is required. Sébastien Loeb Rally EVO - Special Edition
, €15. Massive
single-player content, with lots of cars and lengthy tracks. Valentino Rossi The Game
, €15. Not only does this include a full MotoGP 16 game, it also has a large amount of Rossi-based stuff. It's a truly luxurious and generous package for single-player racing gamers like myself.
That's a good price for Grey Goo.