Running out of games was inevitable for Humble.
Eh, I don't feel like this should be an issue. I feel like they release way less bundles than they did in their golden age days, where they always had bundles every two weeks in addition to weekly bundles, and the biweekly bundles were usually pretty damn good (and sometimes the weekly ones weren't too shabby either). Right now typically the only bundle worth anything is their monthly. Their weekly bundles are typically either crap, or recycled games, and it's not unusual for them to skip a week or do software bundles or console bundles. The monthly is their main game at this point. There are plenty of games out there that seem like prime bundle material (Enter the Gungeon, Divinity Original Sin, Binding of Isaac Rebirth, Pyre, Night in the Woods, Downwell, Axiom Verge, Shadow Warrior 2, Salt and Sanctuary, Darkest Dungeon, etc are all games I don't believe have been in a bundle yet), that are all at least a year old I think and in some cases older, which would make for either very nice reveals, and in some cases some pretty good headliners. Maybe it's harder to get people to commit to bundles or something now, I don't know, but I don't think "running out of games" is why we just had a bunch of reveals where everything came out in like 2011 or earlier. Not sure what the issue is but there's plenty of stuff out there to be bundled