The Humble Indie Bundle strikes again! This time with the Humble Voxatron Debut. Voxatron is a voxel-based (who knew!) shooter which is currently in alpha and looks fairly nifty. At this point, Voxatron is the only game in this bundle but history dictates this is likely to change.
As usual, I recommend paying above the average price ($3.55 USD at time of posting this) in case they add extras to this pack. Previously, some pack extras only became available after spending above the average.
All of the games in the Humble Bundles come with Steam keys so you can add them to your Steam libraries - Voxatron may not provide a Steam key initially, but once released the HIB team will contact you with details for the key.
[update 02/11/11] The bundle has been updated to include two new games: Blocks That Matter and The Binding Of Isaac. I don't know a whole lot about Blocks That Matter - other than that it's a puzzle game that uses a rudimentary crafting mechanic to progress through levels. The Binding of Isaac, on the other hand, is a much loved mash of dungeon crawling RPG with some Asteroid style shooter elements. Both of the new games are already released and so have Steam keys attached.
[update 11/11/11] 4 new games have been added to the Humble Voxatron Bundle: Gish, Jasper's Journeys, Chocolate Castle, and Zen Puzzle Garden. Gish and Jasper's Journeys are platformers while Chocolate Castle and Zen Puzzle Garden are puzzle games.
No announcement yet.
The Humble Voxatron Debut
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Far out, now this is an impressive Humble Bundle - THQ!
The Humble THQ Bundle (pay what you want and help charity)
- Red Faction Armageddon
- Metro 2033
- Company of Heroes + Opposing Fronts + Tales of Valor
and if you beat the average (currently: $5.58) you get -
- Saints Row: The Third
Obviously part of the mad scramble to bail THQ out, but gamers win.30-11-12, 09:53 AM
For anyone interested in bargain game titles without ordering online, JB Hi-Fi are now selling parallel import games on shelves.
They're not stocked on the same shelves as other games however, instead you'll find them on their own stand, so keep your eyes peeled or ask a staff members where you should be looking.21-05-12, 09:08 AM
Only at the movies May 10 is Iron Sky, and thanks to Hoyts Distribution we have 5 double passes to give away. To enter, head on over to our Facebook page and reply in the relevant post about the give away: www.facebook.com/GamersUnderground
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Keen to see Statham in his next action flick? We have 10 double passes being given away at around 6pm EST tomorrow night. To put yourself in the running, come up with a great Statham fact and reply with it in our SAFE post on Facebook: www.facebook.com/GamersUnderground - we'll choose the 10 most creative.
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The first two instalments of the Mass Effect series are widely considered to be some of the best games ever made. Certainly they rank among the greatest RPGs. With the outstanding quality of their story telling, and their stunning audio and visuals, they set the bar so high for the third instalment that some began to wonder if disappointment was inevitable. Thankfully the doubters have been proven wrong, as with Mass Effect 3 Bioware has not only cleared the bar, but they raised it several notches before doing so. The game is not without its problems. There are numerous visual glitches, importing character appearance from Mass Effect 2 saves doesn't work, one of the quest lines in the 0-day DLC crashes the game (though can be completed with a bit of well timed button mashing), and like all Bioware titles...11-03-12, 02:55 AM
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