Two new games have been added to the June 2018 Humble Monthly Bundle as early unlocks.
Restaurant sim Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! will be available for subscribers as an early unlock, as well as point-and-click adventure title Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth. The two games join Bungie's MMOFPS Destiny 2 as early unlocks for Humble Monthly members, bringing the total MSRP value of just the early unlock games alone to $102.97. Not bad for a $12 subscription fee.
Quick note: Destiny 2 needs to be activated via Blizzard's Battle.net service rather than Steam, so if you're interested but don't have a Battle.net account, you'll need to create one.
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! is described by developer Vertigo Gaming as "the highest selling and most intense restaurant sim ever made". Players must build a restaurant from humble beginnings to world-beating quality across more than 350 levels. Over 180 menu items are available, where the first Cook, Serve, Delicious! featured just 30, and players can also customize their restaurant with over 1000 different objects.
If you're after an altogether more sedate (but no less engaging) affair, Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth may well suit you down to the ground. Developed by industry veterans Daedalic (Deponia, Edna & Harvey) and based on Ken Follett's novel of the same name, this painterly adventure title sees players take control of three different playable characters in 12th-century England. A cathedral is under construction in the protagonists' town, and its construction process will affect not only their lives but the lives of everyone in their village.
Humble Monthly is a subscription-based service which offers a "curated bundle of games" to players each month for a flat fee. Previous games available via the service include Dead Rising 4, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Dark Souls III. The games themselves are a mystery until the day the bundle is released; however, early unlocks will be available to players as soon as they subscribe. Humble Monthly currently costs $12 per month, with subscribers also receiving a 10% discount off purchases made in the Humble Store and 5% of all monthly proceeds from Humble Monthly go to charity.
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