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Published on November 13th, 2011 | by Will

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A Humble Voxatron Debut

You have a day left to get the latest Humble Bundle offer. As per usual it started off with one independent game (with Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac and Linux versions of each game), this time its “Voxatron Alpha” by Lexaloffle Games.

Voxatron AlphaYou don’t actually buy the game to get the game. Humble Bundle is a charity drive, and you can split your payment between developers, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and the Child’s Play Charity.

blocks-that-matterVoxatron Alpha is a randomly generated, Legend of Zelda-esque dungeons flavoured with Minecraft with a bit of run ‘n’ gun action added to a RPG progression, yeah its packed. An update at Halloween added a lot of content.

blinding-of-isaacAs happened with previous Humble Bundle deals, it stopped being a single games and other indie games were added to make a bundle.

Jaspers JourneysThe current line up is Blocks That Matter by Swing Swing Submarine, The Binding of Isaac  by Edmund McMillen and Florian Himsl, Gish by Cryptic Sea and Jasper’s Journeys, Chocolate Castle and Zen Puzzle Garden also by Lexaloffle Games.

Chocolate CastleGiven that you can get the whole bundle if you pay “great than the average” payment so far (currently $5.25, less than €5 and all through electronic payment means) its a pretty good deal for a cold winter’s night of staying in.

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Will likes to dance around the interfaces of technology, people and culture. Unfortunately that dance floor is freshly waxed. He usually remembers to write (and photograph) at WillKnott.ie



3 Responses to A Humble Voxatron Debut

  1. And don’t forget the Indie Royale bundle too!

    NightSky in that bundle is worth it on it’s own and it’s a great bundle of games!

  2. Will Knott says:

    Didn’t know about it. Its a cool deal.
    While I like and appreciate game soundtracks (Have all 3 volumes of the Protal 2 soundtrack, and will get the BioShock Infinite to join my 1 and 2 collection),

    why are so many indie games releasing separate soundtracks?

  3. An extra chance to earn more revenue? Or just a chance for more publicity. I downloaded all three Portal soundtracks but most tracks were awful to listen to outside of the game!

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