updated 01:35 pm EDT, Thu October 6, 2011
Frozen Synapse bundle expanded
Several Mac development company's will be donating profits to various pancreatic cancer research teams in remembrance of Steve Jobs, while the Humble Bundle has announced the addition of a new game to its Frozen Synapse bundle
In memory of Steve Jobs' life, several Mac software companies are donating 100 percent of their profits to pancreatic cancer research. For the next two days, Realmac Software will collect all revenue generated by RapidWeaver, Analog, Courier and LittleSnapper and donate it to Pancreatic Cancer UK. Meanwhile, SmellyPuppy has announced that all of the profits made from QuickCal between now and October 14th will be given to the Lustgarden Foundation.
SpaceChem added to Frozen Synapse Bundle
The Humble Bundle has expanded its Frozen Synapse bundle with a new game, SpaceChem. In the puzzle game, players take on the role of a Reactor Engineer who must design complex reactors that transform raw atoms into chemicals needed to to survive. The game has been added at no extra cost, and customers who have previously purchased the bundle can find a Steam redemption key on their Humble Bumble download page. The bundle does not carry a set price, but instead allows customers to choose how much to pay. Additionally, customers are given the option to choose where the money they contribute ends up. Money can be sent to the developers of games, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Child's Play Charity, Humble Bumble, or any combination of the four.