Surprise! More games have been added to the Humble Voxatron Debut.
This is getting to be kind of a routine, isn’t it? A Humble something-or-other comes out, it’s a great deal, and then stuff just keeps piling on until it’s so ridiculously good that you can’t say no. You can say no, I suppose, but then you’d be missing out on a stupidly good deal.
So it is with the Humble Voxatron Debut, which began life as the first Humble “Bundle” with just one game but then quickly added Blocks That Matter and The Binding of Isaac as freebies for anyone who paid more than the average price. And now it’s even better with the addition of Gish, which is a ton of fun despite the silly name, and three minigames from Voxatron developer Lexaloffle: the Sokoban-like Chocolate Castle, Zen Puzzle Garden and the 15-level retro platformer Jasper’s Journeys.
Are these the greatest games you’re ever going to play? Probably not. But for a little over five bucks, which is what the whole package is currently going for, you’re not going to find a deal much better than this one. Plus there’s that whole charity thing, which is nice, and of course if you’ve already laid down for the Bundle, you’ll get all these extras free.
The Humble Voxatron Debut, which now officially qualifies as a bundle, will be available for another four days and change. Check it out at humblebundle.com.