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New Humble Bundle Now Includes Frozen Synapse, SpaceChem, Trauma

Played unusual turn-based strategy shooter Frozen Synapse yet? No? Was the $25 price tag putting you off taking a chance on it? Yes? Then check out the latest Humble Bundle, which offers Mode 7's excellent title alongside highly original puzzler SpaceChem and dreamlike adventure Trauma.

Like past Humble Bundles, you can set the price. The total value of the pack (currently, anyway) is $53 -- that covers Frozen Synapse ($25), its official soundtrack ($6), Trauma ($7) and SpaceChem ($15). Not only that, pay more than the average price (currently $4.77, with Mac and Linux users being significantly more generous than Windows users as usual -- and Minecraft developer Notch being the most generous contributor of all once again, paying $2,000 for the bundle) then you also get the Humble Frozenbyte Bundle thrown in for free, too. This $45 value pack includes Trine, Shadowgrounds: Survivor, Shadowgrounds, Splot and Jack Claw.

So, then, for less than the cost of a coffee and a cake you could grab yourself hours of entertainment while also benefiting Child's Play, the EFF and the developers themselves. You are also free to redeem all your Humble Bundle purchases on Steam, Direct2Drive and Desura. Oh, and they're DRM free.

Need any more convincing? No? Good. Get to it. You've got just over 5 days left to take advantage of this awesome offer.

This article originally appeared on GamePro.com as New Humble Bundle Now Includes Frozen Synapse, SpaceChem, Trauma

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