Welcome to the third installment of our monthly Humble Choice review series. This is becoming a habit, even if it is a little late this time around.
Being October, the October 2022 Humble Choice bundle had some spooky titles in it, so I was very glad to be able to ask some of my fellow Blaugustines to help me out reviewing them so that I didn’t have to.
This month’s games:
Naithin of Time to Loot got stuck in a slick, murdery time loop and had a pretty good time doing it.
Magi of Indiecator gave a rave review of this deckbuilder when it came out last year.
UnwiseOwl of Leaflocker was less complementary on picking it up for the first time this month.
Kluwes of Many Welps explored a creepy town and then willingly chose to go back for more.
A few of us meant to give this one for a spin this month, but none of us got around to it. Take from that what you will.
Maid of Sker
Krikket of Nerd Girl Thoughts, horror game enthusiast, didn’t find much to be enthusiastic about in the bundle’s other horror offering.
Krikket of Nerd Girl Thoughts, resident cooking game specialist, wasn’t all that enamoured with some aspects of this farming sim.
Paeroka of Nerdy Bookahs found this chilled out train network management game to be a good way to spend some time.
No-one wanted to talk about this zany multiplayer party game. Just not really our scene, I guess.
While the reviews in general were pretty mixed this time around, there is a few very positive ones amongst them, so I think we’re all in agreement that we’re pretty glad we got the bundle this month even if not everything is our cup of tea.
We didn’t quite get through all the titles this month, and would really appreciate some more fellow reviewers to help us cover all the bases next time around, so if you’d like to help out, please let us know over in the Blaugust Discord.