What!? not even a dollar?... voxatron is worth way more, even by itself. Specially if you spent enough time on it to even register to the forums. I'm sure you spent much more money on groceries and other stuff that gave you less fun.
People paying so miserable amounts hurt the indie bundles, it makes them even have to pay for the transaction fees, since 1cent can't be split. If everyone did like you did we would have no more humble indie bundles.
@Ferk: I was holding my tongue for similar reasons. I'm broke as fark RL but I still managed to spring 15$ for it, And with no idea that tings would be added to the bundle after the fact. The payment method used by the Bundle package (The sliders determining who got what!) is a brilliant idea though it does often get a bit lopsided. I slid most of what I could towards Vox, The charity for sick kids and the indie bundle itself. I was surprised by Isaac though and might pick up a second copy of just that for my brother later since I felt a bit guilty about only sliding a couple of bucks that way X3
Long story short, Games like this are keeping the stale games market alive as the big names seem interested in 'more of the same' rather than taking a risk on a new idea or engine. Paying what you can means we won't all be stuck playing "Call of Duty 15: War in (BLAH)" in 5 years.
Ferk, did you consider the way of buying twice? When the games inside the bundle rock (like voxatron!) you still can give 6,77 Dollar (~4,99 Euro) more to support Lexaloffle. But I seriously won't buy, like germans say "die Katze im Sack" (the cat in the bag), wich means something you don't know.
Pulverbox you're an asshole.
The Indie Bundle people actually lose money if you pay less than ~5 cents, because paypal charges them for each transaction, and they also have to pay for web hosting for not only the site, but for downloads of the games.
But duskesko that was a total bro move!
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