The Humble Store Spring Sale that we mentioned earlier is now coming to a close, and that means it's time to pay close attention. The sale has been going on for a couple of weeks now, and for the next couple of days, they're replaying the best deals right here.
Among the offerings: Arkham Origins for $8.99, Far Cry 3 for $9.99, the underrated Sleeping Dogs for $4.99, indie favorite Monaco for $3.74, the excellent Tomb Raider reboot for $7.49, and Kerbal Space Program for $16.19.
If you've not used the Humble Store before, it's pretty painless. The games you buy there can generally be added to your Steam account with a click or two, if you wish. There are more deals than the few I've mentioned—40 in total—so you'll want browse the whole selection before the sale expires.
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