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Humble Voxatron Debut Raises Over $900k

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Matt Gardner
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Humble Voxatron Debut Raises Over 0k

The Humble Voxatron Debut has raised a grand total of $902,586.25, Humble Bundle have revealed, after a two week run. 172,269 copies of the bundle were sold in total.

As with all previous Bundles, purchasing parties could balance their contributions any which way they desired through the use of adjustable sliders.

The final version of the bundle included Voxatron, Chocolate Castle, Jasper's Journeys, Zen Puzzle Garden and Gish, with charity proceeds split between Child's Play and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Those who paid above the average price (finalised at $5.24) also received Blocks That Matter and The Binding Of Isaac. Once again, Linux users came out on top with the most generous average ($8.54), with Mac users second ($6.66) and then Windows users ($4.70). [Humble Bundle]

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DivideByZero  Nov. 15, 2011 at 11:45

"Once again, Linux users came out on top with the most generous average"

That's not going to be exact. By default, your system is set to say it's Windows, no matter which system you are using or buying for. Lazy cheap people will always be defaults, which is Windows.

You have to manually change it to say Linux / Mac.

This was a great deal and Voxatron is a lot of fun.

MattGardner  Nov. 15, 2011 at 12:47

Wasn't really a criticism or anything, and you're right, it's far from exact. Interesting from a psychological perspective though. I wonder how many people have paid more out of a competitive drive in that respect.

DivideByZero  Nov. 15, 2011 at 12:57

Not me... but I do feel bad I didn't re-up my ammount. I didn't pay too much for the Voxatron alpha, just went for it on a whim. But since then I got Blocks that Matter, Binding of Isaac and a load of other stuff free AND it turns out Voxatron is really neat!

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