Humble Bundle launches Humble Voxatron Debut

By Alice O'Connor, Oct 31, 2011 5:00pm PDT

'Pay what you want' pioneer Humble Bundle has launched its latest indie bargain offer, letting you name your price for voxel-powered Voxatron. Its explicitly not named a 'Bundle,' and Voxatron is the only game named, but those Humble chaps do have a habit of sneaking in extra games.

The offer's named the 'The Humble Voxatron Debut,' as this is the first time developer Lexaloffle Games has sold Voxatron. It follows the Minecraft model, giving the alpha version now and promising all future updates for free.

Like that other voxel-powered indie, Voxatron lets players build their own stuff. Voxatron already has a level designer, and a monster creation tool is in the works too.

Voxatron is the only game listed so far, but that was also the case with the Humble Frozen Synapse Bundle, which later added another two games. One NeoGAF user poking around in the Steam registry found an entry for a "Lexaloffle Humble Indie Bundle," which contained Blocks That Matter and The Binding of Isaac, though do take that with a pinch of salt.

As ever, you can choose how your money is split up between the developers, charity Child's Play, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and organiser Wolfire Games. And, as tradition dictates, here's Wolfire to introduce The Humble Voxatron Debut:

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