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TRAUMA added to the Humble Frozen Synapse bundle

5:45 PM on 09.30.2011 // Alasdair Duncan
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Yesterday, we told you about the latest Humble Indie bundle which has Frozen Synapse as its main attraction along with Trine, Shadowgrounds, and Shadowgrounds Survivor plus two prototype games. It didn't seem like the best Humble bundle we've seen so far but there's always a chance more titles will be added to make it worth your cash.

Now, just 24 hours later, another game has been included; it's TRAUMA, an indie art game where you navigate various dream sequences in order to try and make sense of an accident victim's fractured mind. It's a beautiful-looking game that utilizes FMV and some lovely photography. I've had a bit of a play and whilst it's probably too clever for my feeble mind, it's well worth trying.

As I've been typing this, the bundle has received over $500,000 in payments which means a lot of cash going to developers and charities alike. With 12 days to go on this offer, I think it's well worth investing in this bundle even if you already have some of the games. You never know if there's going to be more bonuses to make it even more worth your while.




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