If you build it, they will come to Humble's big 'City Builder' Sale this weekend

By Joe Robinson 14 Jun 2019 0

We’ve got another deal alert for you as we close out another week. Humble are running a promotion from now until Monday called the ‘City Builder Weekend’ where various games with city building elements are discounted, some by very decent margins.

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The advertisement mentions “up to 93% off”, which is a disgusting level of discount, but looking through the list it’s only like one or two minor games you’ve probably never heard of. Due to Humble’s loose definition of ‘city-building ‘, there’s actually a few RTS or base-building type games thrown in here as well.

Here are some of our personal highlights that might interest you:

  • Two Point Hospital (33% off) – spiritual successor to Theme Hospital that’s pretty fun.
  • Age of Empires II: HD Edition (50% off) – The iconic RTS is going for under $10, but beware Microsoft have announced a ‘Definitive Edition’ recently. Age of Empires 3 is also going for 75% off.
  • Northgard (50% off) – This is a pretty cool Viking-themed RTS that’s worth checking out if you haven’t already.
  • Surviving Mars (66% off) – despite some of its limitations, this is a great price to pick up a neat little city-builder where you’re fighting against the Red Planet’s harsh environment.
  • Tropico 4 Collector’s Bundle (80% off) – in my opinion the best version of Tropico and all its DLC is going for an absolute steal right now.
  • Cities: Skylines Deluxe Edition (75% off) – hands down the best-in-class city builder on the market, if you’ve yet to give It a go, now’s the perfect time. All of its DLC to date is also running healthy discounts.
  • Project Highrise – a builder with a twist, this was a neat little game where you were trying to manage a high-rise building instead of a whole city.

This is only a small selection of what’s on offer, so make sure you check out the full sales page and let us know if you pick up anything. As always, Humble lets you give as much of the money as you want to charity as well, so thank you in advance for your support, whoever it goes to.




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