9 kostenlose DRM-freie Spiele als Direktdownload bei HumbleBundle für PC (kein Steam)


Im Zuge der Aktion Humble Monthly Trove bekommt man gerade bis zum 16.09.2018 9 Spiele als DRM-freien Direktdownload auf HumbleBundle (auch ohne angemeldet zu sein). Einfach den Deallink aufrufen, etwas runter scrollen und die grün hinterlegten Spiele anklicken, dann auf Download und der entsprechende Installer wird herunter geladen. Bei Windows einfach Installer aufrufen und installieren. Bei den anderen Systemen kenne ich mich leider nicht so aus. Bei Spielen, welche für mehrere Systeme gehen (Windows, Mac, Linux), bitte erst das entsprechende Betriebssystem vor dem Download anwählen. Originalpreise konnte ich leider nicht für alle ermitteln, welche ich ermitteln konnte stehen in Klammern dabei. Daher lasse ich unten den Vergeichspreis mal weg.

Die Downloadgrößen beziehen sich auf die Windowsinstaller.

Es geht um folgende Spiele:

1. Alan Wake’s American Nightmare(Windows) (ca. 2GB)(normal 9,99€)

In this brand new standalone experience, Alan Wake fights the herald of darkness, the evil Mr. Scratch! A thrilling new storyline, hordes of creepy enemies, serious firepower and beautiful Arizona locations, combined with a fun and challenging new game mode make this a must for Alan Wake veterans, and the perfect jumping on point for new players!

Key Features:

  • Play the full-fledged Story Mode: You’ll be on the edge of your seat as you fight to stop your murderous evil double to take back your life… and change reality itself!
  • Fight till dawn arcade mode: In the action-packed Arcade Mode, you’ll need to master the Fight with Light mechanic to stay alive until dawn and beat your friends on the Leaderboards. Can you survive until sunrise?
  • Face the darkness: Twisted and dangerous enemies stalk you in the shadows. Dispatch them with the powerful arsenal of weapons at your disposal.


2. LIMBO (Windows, Mac, Linux)(77,8 MB)(normal 9,99€)

The captivating puzzle-platformer LIMBO is a modern classic, putting players in control of a boy’s journey through a tense and hostile world. The protagonist is as fragile and hardy as you’d expect of a young kid, making for a novel and sometimes surprisingly intense adventure. With incredibly tight platforming, detailed 2D graphics, and well-designed puzzles, LIMBO has rightfully earned critical and popular acclaim for the Danish indie studio, Playdead.


3. Uurnog (Windows, Mac)(61,6 MB)(normal 6,49€)

Uurnog features 2D platforming, AI characters (chaotic neutral), algorithmic music that adapts to the game, two endings, character art by Corinne Cadalin, and theme music by D Fast. Uurnog also includes a completely undocumented developer mode (press F12 in the main menu). This includes a level editor and basically the weirdest music software. If anyone actually figures it out and creates a mod, Nifflas promises to release an update with a mod selector in the game’s launcher.


4. Fortune-499 (Windows, Mac)(199 MB)

Fortune-499 is a game about money and magic. You play a fortune teller working in the magical resources department of a large corporation. You engage in day-to-day office activities such as forwarding emails, attending meetings, fighting back hordes of monsters, and dealing with printer jams. With some tricky magic up your sleeve and your job on the line, it’s up to you to build a future out of the hand you’ve been dealt.


5. Tiny Echo (Windows, Mac, Linux)(539 MB)(normal 7,99€)

Might and Delight invites you to the ethereal otherworld of Tiny Echo and poses the question: What lives do the little spirits of the undergrowth live? Take a walk into a never-before-seen realm and explore a tranquil and mysterious world teeming with shades trying to make it through another daily cycle. Uncover new locations and characters by solving puzzles in this lovingly crafted world as you play the role of Emi, tasked with delivering messages to the spirits. Tiny Echo is a quintessential Might and Delight title with the perfect blend of aesthetic elegance coupled with a soothing soundtrack composed by Mount West.


6. Cat Girl Without Salad (Windows)(228 MB)

Cat Girl Without Salad: Amuse-Bouche is the first taste of an exciting new game franchise by acclaimed developer WayForward (Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse, DuckTales: Remastered). Follow Kebako, a cat-eared intergalactic bounty hunter, as she patrols the galaxies with her faithful companion (Squiddie) in search of ridiculous space criminals. The game combines classic shmup shooting with additional genres like puzzle, sports, arcade, platformer, rhythm, and RPG. Take on the galaxy’s worst in a hilarious action shooter unlike anything you’ve ever played before!


7. Drawkanoid (Windows, Mac)(65,1 MB)

Smash things at hyperspeed in Drawkanoid, a re-imagining of the classic brick-breaking genre. Draw your paddle to bounce blindly fast balls exactly where you want them. There’s bullet time to help you out, but the game gets faster as you get better. Upgrade your ship and deploy powerups strategically to help you survive and score huge combos in the blink of an eye.Last brick syndrome is dead!


8. THOR.N (Windows, Mac)(741 MB)

THOR.N is a first person job simulator. It is your birthday. You wake up in your room and your guardian greets you with warmth and compassion. Today is the day that you get to leave this space that you have been isolated to your entire life. Today is the day that you can begin your journey to achieving citizenship. Today is the day that you contribute back to society.


9. Crescent Bay (Windows, Mac)(968 MB)

Crescent Bay is a first person psychological thriller. After visiting a friend’s home, you find that her house is now the scene of a mysterious and bloody crime. A bloody crime with no body or victim to be found. Playing as John Bishop, you possess an otherworldly gift. By channelling sequences of words, you can make ethereal connections with the ghosts of the past. It is up to you to learn of what happened to your dear friend Audrey. Find the memories, sequence the events, solve the crime.


Denkt bitte daran, die Downloads sind nur bis zum 16.09.2018 kostenlos. Also vorher herunterladen. Installiert werden können die Spiele aber auch später. Alle sind DRM-frei.

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14.09.2018, 22:19 Zitieren #

Danke für den Deal!


15.09.2018, 19:18 Zitieren #

Bei Steam wäre ich sofort dabei, DRM frei finde ich – warum auch immer – uninteressant.


16.09.2018, 05:01 Zitieren #

Limbo ist sehr zu empfehlen, Alan Wake vermutlich auch (habe nur das Hauptspiel gespielt).
@Hans99, sehr seltsam – eigentlich sollte es doch genau anders herum sein.

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