The Humble Choice Games of September 2021 are revealed

As it is the first Tuesday of the month, it is time for the September 2021 alignment of Humble Choice! Last month was full of excellent titles in the form of Metroidvania Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, the superliminal perspective puzzle, and many more! However, as we advance in September, this month changes its focus to some wonderful independent small-scale games to try. However, we do not lose more time. No more preamble, here is the full list of games for Humble Choice September 2021!

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SELECTION OF HUMBLE CHOICE SEPTEMBER 2021

PGA Tour 2K21 Neon Abyss Not for Broadcast Roki Narita Boy West of Dead Atomicrops Heaven’s Vault Swag and Sorcery Fort Triumph Orwell: Ignorance is the Framed Collection Force

As you can see, definitely the indie wave has no end with Humble Choice this month. However, I can make some great suggestions with pleasure. From top to bottom, I would say that your priorities should be in Narita Boy, West of Dead and Orwell: Ignorance is Strength if you have not played all three. Narita Boy offers a great experience that feels really nostalgic with her old school television style. West of Dead, on the other hand, offers a unique 3D art suite in a Roguelike game based on covers (and has Ron Perlman, what else can you ask for?). And finally, Orwell: Ignorance is Strength is a wonderful derivative of a wonderful game everywhere. Very nice for those who enjoy a good story. However, that does not mean that it is not worth trying the other indies, since all these titles are exceptional.

This month’s charity is Women in Games International, who seeks to support players and empower them to leave their mark on the industry. Since equality is always a good thing, it is very good to have income for this charitable organization. You can read more about them on your official website.

What title of Humble Choice September 2021 are you more excited to play? Something you expect to see next month? Let me know!

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