Cat Girl Without Salad: Amuse-Bouche And Many More Now Available Through New "Humble Trove"

Cat Girl Without Salad: Amuse-Bouche and many other indie games are now available for anyone to buy through Humble Bundle's new "Humble Trove".

Cat Girl Without Salad: Amuse Bouche, along with all of Humble Bundle's past Humble Monthly exclusive games, can now be played even by those who missed them thanks to the website's new "Humble Trove" service.

Humble Bundle has introduced "Humble Trove" in order to allow customers to play games that were exclusive rewards for Humble Monthly subscribers and otherwise unavailable elsewhere.

This library of prior exclusives and free offerings includes games like the over-the-top roadkill simulator Oh, Deer!, the surreal gardening-based puzzle game Starseed Pilgrim, and of course, the quirky and colorful 2D space shooter Cat Girl Without Salad: Amuse-Bouche.

Just to be clear, you do still need to be subscribed to the Humble Monthly service in order to play past Monthly exclusive games, but you no longer need to worry about missing out on a game you weren't around for when it was new. Hopefully this service will provide some exposure for some quality titles that went by relatively unnoticed due to their manner of release.

You can take a look at the monthly trove on Humble Bundle's website. If they look like something you want to check out, you can sign up for Humble Monthly for $12 a month.

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I'm just your average basement-dwelling eclectic and eccentric video gamer who does his best to make a point, share experiences, and talk to people without swallowing his own tongue. I'm mostly into Platformers and RPG's, but I'll try pretty much anything once, and I'm also trying to find something different and interesting to play, and then share with as many people as I can. I can also beat the entire first world in Super Meat Boy while wearing oven mitts.

Published Jun. 19th 2017

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