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Humble Store kicks off DRM-Freedom sale


6:45 PM on 07.03.2014
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Today through Wednesday, July 16 at 10:00am Pacific, the Humble Store will be running a DRM-Freedom sale with new deals every 24 hours. Today's lot includes several games that, while good, have been featured in the sales circuit numerous times already:

  • 33% off Broforce
  • 40% off The Last Federation
  • 75% off Surgeon Simulator 2013
  • 85% off Bridge Constructor
  • 50% off Teslagrad
  • 80% off Retro City Rampage
  • 80% off Space Pirates and Zombies (S.P.A.Z.)
  • 80% off Machinarium
  • 85% off Dungeon Hearts
  • 75% off Race the Sun
  • 75% off Really Big Sky

Select titles are redeemable on Steam as well, in case you actually want some DRM. It's up to you, because freedom. And since this is the Humble Store, 10 percent of purchases go toward organizations like the American Red Cross, Electronic Frontier Foundation, and charity:water.






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