Humble Monthly for May - $12.00 (c.£8.52)  for Kerbal Space Program, Dead Rising 4 and RUINER (+ more)
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Humble Monthly for May - $12.00 (c.£8.52) for Kerbal Space Program, Dead Rising 4 and RUINER (+ more)

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Found 6th AprEdited by:"Illusionary"
Humble Bundle's April 2018 monthly bundle has just been revealed, which also prompts the announcement of the headline games for May 2018.

Subscribe now (or pay early, for existing subscribers) for instant receipt of a Steam key for Kerbal Space Program, Dead Rising 4 and RUINER. When the full bundle is revealed at the start of May, you'll receive a further four games (most of which should come with Steam keys).

The base price for the bundle is $12.00, which currently works out at about £8.52 (note that if you pay by PayPal, their currency exchange fees will increase this slightly). For new subscribers, if you've recently purchased one of the weekly bundles, you should be eligible for a 10% discount on the first month.
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The full bundle for April:

Dead rising 4 is awful game
The rest is good though, DR1 was released 10years before and is miles better


Also in DR4 Time doesn't matter
Edited by: "Norseg" 6th Apr
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You beat me to this posting. I bet there was about 100 people trying to upload this deal, to get some easy heat. Congrats Friend!
The full bundle for April:

Kerbal always interested me but I never wanted to pay the price for it. I probably won't ever play it but at this price why not???
quite glad i missed this months. gonna resub for may though!
Illusionary4 m ago

The full bundle for April:[Image]


So happy I didn’t buy Outlast. Yesterday!
Hopefully last month's bundle increases the player base for Laser League, fantastic game deserving more attention.

This month's reveals are good though I already own DR4... hmm.
If I own them all, will they pay me a dollar
Keen on this for Dead Rising 4. Already have Kerbal Space Program though, so any suggestions as to the best way to trade or sell spare steam codes, without putting them on sites like G2A? Got a small collection of spare codes now
If i didn't already own KSP, I'd buy it just for that.
ptr3623 m ago

Keen on this for Dead Rising 4. Already have Kerbal Space Program though, …Keen on this for Dead Rising 4. Already have Kerbal Space Program though, so any suggestions as to the best way to trade or sell spare steam codes, without putting them on sites like G2A? Got a small collection of spare codes now


Barter.vg or steamtrades.com
Holy moly. Another month in a row of great reveals for last month AND great early unlocks for next month. If they're not careful people will expect a good bundle every single month.
ptr36218 m ago

Keen on this for Dead Rising 4. Already have Kerbal Space Program though, …Keen on this for Dead Rising 4. Already have Kerbal Space Program though, so any suggestions as to the best way to trade or sell spare steam codes, without putting them on sites like G2A? Got a small collection of spare codes now


Anywhere but G2A (or Kinguin)!

Daddyhughes' suggestions are decent; you could of course donate to my weekly giveaways, if you're feeling generous.
I bought ksp on a whim about a year ago. I have over 500 hours on it. I am ashamed and proud at the same time. If anyone has a interest in rockets / physics/ space then it’s good and dosent take itself too seriously but is easy to learn / hard to master.

youtube Scott Manley for tutorials and get mods from curse / ckan for graphics etc
And once again no console bundles
Dead rising 4 is awful game
The rest is good though, DR1 was released 10years before and is miles better


Also in DR4 Time doesn't matter
Edited by: "Norseg" 6th Apr
Norseg5 m ago

Dead rising 4 is awful gameThe rest is good though, DR1 was released …Dead rising 4 is awful gameThe rest is good though, DR1 was released 10years before and is miles better [Video] Also in DR4 Time doesn't matter


The save system in DR1 was terrible, I think DR3 is the best outta the lot. Since the game went multi-platform it's gone down hill.

Ruiner is a brilliant neon noire game suited to fill the void till cyberpunk arrives.
So can i subscribe to Humble just to get his and unsubscribe after I've received the codes ? Will the games work after unsubscribing (only interested in KSP) ?

Thanks
Finally! This was an easy purchase as have been waiting ages for ksp to drop below £10 (through a legitimate reseller). The bundle has to be worth it for Kerbal alone.
mcdarius6 m ago

So can i subscribe to Humble just to get his and unsubscribe after I've …So can i subscribe to Humble just to get his and unsubscribe after I've received the codes ? Will the games work after unsubscribing (only interested in KSP) ?Thanks



Yes you can .
Franzkill54 m ago

And once again no console bundles


That's because it's incredibly rare for them to do a bundle for consoles. They would also never do it for there Humble Monthly.
mcdarius9 m ago

So can i subscribe to Humble just to get his and unsubscribe after I've …So can i subscribe to Humble just to get his and unsubscribe after I've received the codes ? Will the games work after unsubscribing (only interested in KSP) ?Thanks


Yes you can but you'll lose other humble bundle features (which I personally don't care about)
maizecorn2 h, 9 m ago

Kerbal always interested me but I never wanted to pay the price for it. I …Kerbal always interested me but I never wanted to pay the price for it. I probably won't ever play it but at this price why not???



If you only want Kerbal then you can get it from G2A (Steam version) or GOG (Using a Russian VPN) far cheaper
Edited by: "Macdory" 6th Apr
Don't forget about the Indie Bundle 19! Only a couple days left and it's only about £6 and includes Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes(check youtube, can be a top party game), poly bridge(one of the good bridge builder simulator type games), Mini Metro, and a few others. Keep Talking is worth £6 alone tbh, it's normally like £15 too I think so I bought the bundle just for that but ended up playing a couple others too.
I subbed again for April, not dissapointed but going to pause again as nothing takes my interest for May. I never thought much of the final reveal of April, bet you it's tthe opposite way around for me with May. Grr lol
Ben_W1 h, 0 m ago

Don't forget about the Indie Bundle 19! Only a couple days left and it's …Don't forget about the Indie Bundle 19! Only a couple days left and it's only about £6 and includes Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes(check youtube, can be a top party game), poly bridge(one of the good bridge builder simulator type games), Mini Metro, and a few others. Keep Talking is worth £6 alone tbh, it's normally like £15 too I think so I bought the bundle just for that but ended up playing a couple others too.


But I've got no friends for Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes
Kerbal currently £29.99 on Steam so worth it just for that
fitzyfitz296th Apr

I bought ksp on a whim about a year ago. I have over 500 hours on it. I am …I bought ksp on a whim about a year ago. I have over 500 hours on it. I am ashamed and proud at the same time. If anyone has a interest in rockets / physics/ space then it’s good and dosent take itself too seriously but is easy to learn / hard to master.youtube Scott Manley for tutorials and get mods from curse / ckan for graphics etc



Ditto. 510 hours since 2014. Average cost of 6p per hour for me according to steamdb so well worth my money (should be 4p since I bought in 2014 for around £18 - steamdb uses current pricing).

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can't seem to find anything on there about platforms - i'm presuming linux is left out, as per usual?
bladesuk13 h, 43 m ago

can't seem to find anything on there about platforms - i'm presuming linux …can't seem to find anything on there about platforms - i'm presuming linux is left out, as per usual?


The platforms on which each game has been released are listed on each game's individual listing page, on both Steam and the Humble Store. For KSP, these includes Linux.

humblebundle.com/sto…ram
store.steampowered.com/app…am/
Bought this but when I try to activate the Kerbal game on Steam I get the "not available in your country" message.

I have activated loads of Humble games on steam previously including a few Monthly deals.

I've dropped CS an email but looks as if that isnt a quick process.

Any ideas?
liltman6th Apr

I subbed again for April, not dissapointed but going to pause again as …I subbed again for April, not dissapointed but going to pause again as nothing takes my interest for May. I never thought much of the final reveal of April, bet you it's tthe opposite way around for me with May. Grr lol


Quick question - I bought the annual subscription - can I choose which months I then "sub" in to, or is it each and every month from when I bought the annual?

Thanks!
ajpwright26 m ago

Quick question - I bought the annual subscription - can I choose which …Quick question - I bought the annual subscription - can I choose which months I then "sub" in to, or is it each and every month from when I bought the annual?Thanks!


No, You bought 12 months in advance.
Edited by: "Seaburn" 10th Apr
ajpwright1 h, 7 m ago

Quick question - I bought the annual subscription - can I choose which …Quick question - I bought the annual subscription - can I choose which months I then "sub" in to, or is it each and every month from when I bought the annual?Thanks!



By default you'll receive the next 12 months. However, you can choose to 'pause' for any given month.
Illusionary9th Apr

The platforms on which each game has been released are listed on each …The platforms on which each game has been released are listed on each game's individual listing page, on both Steam and the Humble Store. For KSP, these includes Linux.https://www.humblebundle.com/store/kerbal-space-programhttp://store.steampowered.com/app/220200/Kerbal_Space_Program/


thanks for that - didn't even think to look on steam. usually they actually state it in the bundle itself. like this one, there's a single game available on linux which is plain irritating. ah, well.
bladesuk11 h, 59 m ago

thanks for that - didn't even think to look on steam. usually they …thanks for that - didn't even think to look on steam. usually they actually state it in the bundle itself. like this one, there's a single game available on linux which is plain irritating. ah, well.



Well, there most likely will be more when we see the full bundle, but clearly we can't know for certain until it's all revealed next month.
ajpwright10th Apr

Quick question - I bought the annual subscription - can I choose which …Quick question - I bought the annual subscription - can I choose which months I then "sub" in to, or is it each and every month from when I bought the annual?Thanks!



I think people have answered this for you. Not sure about annual subs myself as I pay on a monthly basis. I assume with annual you have the entire year paid for so it will not be possible to stop however I always pause a month if I do not like the initial games on offer.

I do not know if you can pause? - maybe check in your account if there is an option to. It would be cool if it still allows you to so report back if it does.
Ruiner - 4D4D4-ZAYWG-LE7D8


For anybody that will actually play it.
For those just wanting KSP it should work out to be £4.84 from using a VPN

steamdb.info/sub…37/
new games in early unlock Moon Hunters, Crazy Machines 3, Jalopy
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