Hoist your skull and crossbones, because it's time for a swashbuckling sale. The Humble Store Sale of the Seven Seas is slashing up to 90% off pirate games and deep-sea adventures. Call your crew to come and have a look at the plunder!
What's the best game in the Assassin's Creed series? If you answered anything other than Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag (67% off) then you're wrong. Edward Kenway's adventure on the high seas is the highlight of a pretty darn good franchise, so go check it out. For more piratical gaming, check out Sid Meier's Pirates! (70% off) or multiplayer naval FPS Blackwake (75% off). After all, who hasn't wanted to be a pirate?
If you're in the mood for something more contemplative, there's still plenty to be found in the Humble Store Sale of the Seven Seas. ABZÛ (50% off) tells the story of a diver exploring a long-forgotten ocean ruin. TechRaptor reviewer Jordan Oloman loved this game and we think you will too. Quirky adventure Burly Men At Sea (40% off) is an excellent retelling of Scandinavian folklore. There's also Insomniac's contemplative platformer Song of the Deep (75% off) if you're in the mood for something heartwarming.
There's no shortage of spooks to be had for budding pirates here either. Underwater survival adventure Subnautica (30% off) has more than its fair share of horrifying creatures. Sunless Sea (60% off) expertly blends roguelike gameplay and peerlessly-written storytelling. Early Access sim Barotrauma (15% off) may not be an overt horror game, but its exploration of human survival in a hostile environment is terrifying nonetheless.
The Humble Store Sale of the Seven Seas has booty galore for the enterprising scallywag. Go check it out for loads more games we haven't even mentioned. While you're there, be sure to grab a Humble Monthly subscription for your Early Unlock copies of Kingdom Come: Deliverance and Surviving Mars. It's also not too late to grab the Humble Indie PlayStation Rebundle for some great indie gaming on Sony's machine.
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What will you grab in the Humble Store Sale of the Seven Seas? Let us know in the comments below!