The Humble Voxatron Debut has just become bundlier with the addition of Blocks That Matter and The Binding of Isaac.
The newest addition to the Humble Bundle series actually debuted a couple days ago, but it wasn't much of a bundle. It was the Humble Voxatron Debut, a partnership between the Humble Bundle guys and Lexaloffle Games that had all the usual Humble trimmings - pay what you want, donate to charity, totally indie - but just one game: Voxatron, Lexaloffle's voxel-based premier offering.
But now things are a whole lot "bundlier" thanks to the addition of two more titles you might have heard of: Blocks That Matter and The Binding of Isaac. You know the drill: pay more than the average for the Humble Voxatron Debut and you'll get all three titles for a stupidly low price, and if you've already put down your money you can pop back in and snag the other two whenever you want. And as always, whatever you pay for the bundle can be divided in any way you see fit between the developers, the EFF, Child's Play and the Humble Bundle guys themselves.
I can't say it's my favorite Humble Bundle ever but so far it's doing pretty well for itself. With just over 12 days remaining it's already notched up over $484,000, with an average purchase price of $4.62. Linux users are leading the way, ponying up an average of $7.56 per bundle, followed by the Macheads at $5.90 and the Windows gang at $4.16.
The ridiculously cheap Humble Voxatron Debut will be available until November 14, so grab it if you want it at humblebundle.com.