Humble Choice January 2022 Revealed

The Humble Choice Humble Bundle January 2022 games include Mafia: Definitive Edition, Iron Harvest, and The Henry Stickman Collection.

Hangar 13 and 2K’s Mafia: Definitive Edition has players rising the ranks of the Mafia during the Prohibition era of organized crime. New to this release is an expanded story, revamped gameplay, and original score.

Meanwhile, KING Art and Prime Matter’s Iron Harvest is a real-time strategy title set in an alternate-reality 1920s. Players will lead dozens of different unit types into battle as they take on more than 20 missions across three campaigns. For those interested in learning more, you can read our review here.

Finally, PuffballsUnited and Innersloth’s (Among Us) The Henry Stickman Collection is a revamped Newgrounds choose-your-own-path title. Six different titles have been included, which also features a game 3x bigger than any of the previous titles in the series.

Other titles that can be chosen in this Humble Bundle include Rebel Cops, Rustler, Farmer’s Dynasty, Between the Stars, Retrowave (you can read our review here), and Midnight Protocol. In addition, this month’s extra is the Project Winter soundtrack in both MP3 and FLAC formats.

Scope out the offerings on the official Humble Bundle page here.

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