The Humble Store Devolver Digital Sale Drops Prices On Quirky Fun

Published: January 29, 2019 9:45 AM /


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The Humble Store Devolver Digital sale is here! This particular sale (unsurprisingly) focuses on a goodly portion of the games that have been published by Devolver Digital.

On the off chance you're unfamiliar with Devolver Digital, they can best be described as a not-so-traditional games publisher. They seem to have a habit of picking up interesting games with unique twists to them like the side-scrolling skateboard fest OlliOlli or the delightfully-strange couch co-op of Genital Jousting. (Yes, it's literally dueling dongs.)

Rather than focus on some of their bigger titles like Hotline Miami or Shadow Warrior, we'll instead be highlighting some of their lesser known games that are available in the Humble Store Devolver Digital sale at some pretty great discounts. Let's get right to it!

Block'hood has you building up a neighborhood in an extremely limited amount of space.

Block'hood ($5.09, 66% off) is the first game we're highlighting in the Humble Store Devolver Digital sale. It's styled as a "neighborhood building simulator" and it's very much in the vein of familiar city-building games with some interesting twists. Shape the land to your desires, but be careful—if blocks don't get the correct input, they'll eventually decay and spread blight.

Cosmic DJ ($0.59, 80% off) is a silly little music and rhythm title that has you mixing up tracks while colorful animations play in the background. Journey through six different campaign levels as you seek to restore the ever-important Jamtennas and become the ultimate Cosmic DJ! It's probably the most fun you can legally have for under a dollar.

Heavy Bullets ($1.99, 80% off - Our Review) is the perfect choice for roguelike fans in the Humble Store Devolver Digital sale. You have a tower to climb and a very special gun with a limited amount of bullets. Thankfully, you can pick the bullets back up after you shoot them. If you die, you're dead for good, but your money can live on to make a future run just a little bit easier. I already own this game myself and I find it a lovely mix of frustration and fun.

High Hell ($4.99, 50% off - Our Preview) is a first-person shooter in its purest form. It has cel-shaded graphics. It has explosive weapons. It has goats. What more could you ask for? If you want a lot of fun without too much complexity, High Hell makes for a fine choice of game.

"Death to false gods." -Teal'c, probably.

Okhlos ($3.24, 75% off - Our Preview) is a game about killing gods. This is slightly different from stuff like God of War, though—you're not just playing one man. Instead, you're playing a whole horde of angry Greek citizens who are fed up with the absolute insanity that their deities put them through. Enter the age of Enlightenment through force!

Reigns ($1.49, 50% off - Our Review) has a relatively simple premise. You're the King. Your subjects have needs, and it's up to you to say yes or no to their various requests. Balance the needs of the army, the church, the people, and the treasury as you try to bring prosperity to your kingdom! You can also pick up Reigns: Her Majesty ($1.49, 50% off - Our Review) and Reigns: Game of Thrones ($2.99, 25% off) in the Humble Store Devolver Digital sale.

Finally, The Swords of Ditto ($9.99, 50% off - Our Review) is the last game we're highlighting in the Humble Store Devolver Digital sale. This is a colorful and wholesome action RPG when you battle the evil Mormo either by yourself or with your friends. We've all had our fair share of childhood adventures and The Swords of Ditto does a fine job of capturing that magic all over again!

That's all for what we're highlighting in the Humble Store Devolver Digital sale!

It's far from the only games available, though. There are plenty more titles highlighted on the page for the Humble Store Devolver Digital sale. Be sure to check it out and grab these great deals before they're gone! This sale ends on Monday, February 4, 2019, at around 1:00 PM Eastern Time.

Disclosure: Humble Bundle works with TechRaptor for affiliate partnership, and TechRaptor earns a small commission off purchases made from some links in this article.

What do you think of the games we highlighted in the Humble Store Devolver Digital sale? Do you have any particular favorites in the bunch? Let us know in the comments below!

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