The Humble Voxatron Debut today added more games and an updated version of Voxatron as the "pay what you want" indie game promotion continues rake in hundreds-of-thousands of dollars for its developers and supported charities including Child's Play and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Alex Austin and Binding of Isaac co-creator Edmund McMillen have added the award-winning puzzle platformer Gish into the mix, and Voxatron makers Lexaloffle, has added a trio of games including retro platformer Jasper's Journeys, and puzzlers Zen Puzzle Garden and Chocolate Castle. Lexaloffle has also updated Voxatron with customizable controls and useful filters for the user-made level list.
After this upcoming weekend, the Humble Voxatron Debut will end. As of this writing the bundle has generated $737,309.12. Find out more about all the games and how to buy them by visiting www.humblebundle.com. All of the games are DRM-free and work on Windows, Linux and Mac platforms.