It’s time for yet another edition of our Humble Choice monthly coverage. Admittedly, October’s Humble Choice was really solid with some gems laced throughout. Katana Zero and Amnesia: Rebirth were no doubt standouts among the crowd, though John Wick Hex, Ring of Pain, and others stood strong. With that being said, you might assume this month would be a little weaker on value. That may be true if you’re all or nothing on the AAA/popular titles, but if you’re cool with indie games (you better be) then this bundle has plenty going for it. Without further adieu, here’s everything new with Humble Choice in its November 2021 bundle!
Humble Choice November 2021 Games
- Due Process
- House Flipper
- Project Wingman
- BPM: Bullets Per Minute
- Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion
- SimpleRockets 2
- Wrath: Aeon of Ruin
- MÖBIUS FRONT ’83
Additionally, those who subscribe can score a copy of Naiad, a DRM-free game about swimming with fish and big friends. If you’d like to see a big friend, then let me not get in your way:
Big friend! pic.twitter.com/4eIsjOV9fI
— NaiadGame (@NaiadGame) October 19, 2021
Aside from that very large friend, the November 2021 Humble Choice seems to lower the overall quantity of games, but makes up for it in their quality. As far as personal favorites go, I’ve heard some great things about Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (how can you not like it with a name like that) alongside Wrath: Aeon of Ruin. I’ve even played Project Wingman and reviewed it for the site, so I can happily say that game is worth your time. I’d recommend a controller if at all possible (like 99% of flying games), but it’s fun without!
All in all, this month’s Humble Choice should be great for pretty much anyone! If you’d like to subscribe, feel free to use our affiliate link. It helps support our site while you still get all these great games!
Which title will you be playing first? Is Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion the first thing to catch your eye? Let me know!