By Craig Pearson on November 10th, 2011 at 2:16 pm.
We’ve once again been dragged into our bitter feud with the game package the Humble Indie Bundle. We’ve already posted about the addition of The Binding Of Isaac and Blocks That Matter to the Voxatron package, and they’ve responded by adding Gish and Lexaloffle minigames to it in a futile attempt to make us look out-of-date. This is like the Cold War all over again. Consider this post RPS’s Cuban Missile Crisis. Your move, Bundle.
Gish is no stranger to the charitable gaming bundle: the angry tar-ball appeared in the original. The Lexaloffe minigames are a trio of tiny casual titles from from the Voxatron developer: Chocolate Castle is a sliding-puzzle game featuring choccy-eating creatures. Zen Puzzle Garden is all about raking an ornamental garden. Retro platformer Jasper’s Journeys puts you on a quest to rescue your kidnapped kitty. Voxatron has been updated as well, and here’s a trailer detailing it what they’ve just added.