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Wednesday, December 5, 2012 @ 6:42pm

MacNN has previously mentioned the iStack Mac Bundle 2.0 from StackSocial (requires signup for emails), but the company is also offering two more targeted Mac mini-bundles as well. The Photo Fanatic Bundle offers five photo-editing programs for $25, including filter program PhotoStyler, photo-to-artwork conversion utility Sketcher, collage maker Choco, mosaic maker Waffle and virtual frame app Light Frame. This deal ends in 14 days.



Casual gamers might enjoy the savings offered on iStack's Entertainment Games bundle, which offers 10 games for $29. Among the games feature are four board-game, casino game and card game suites from Hoyle; American Pickers based on the History Channel TV show, a hidden-object game; a set of 10 casual action games collectively known as the Marvel Action Pack and featuring characters such as Iron Man, Wolverine, Captain America and the Hulk; The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes; two mystery games from Lost Secrets, Bermuda Triangle and Ancient Mysteries, and DQ Tycoon, where players work their way up from newbie to manager. The deal runs for another 13 days. Bundle Hunt offers Holiday Bundle for $50 Bundle Hunt has 12 Mac apps on offer for $50 in their latest promotion. The deal includes time-and-invoice solution Billings, website builder Flux 4, HDR program Hydra Pro, a user interface design e-book bundle and three customizable Wordpress themes among other programs. Also included are Circus Ponies Notebook, Art Text, Stuffit Deluxe, Disktools Pro, Courier, iDocument and a iOS interface design elements pack from Pandora UI aimed at iOS app developers. The deal runs for 15 more days. TheMacBundles offers Build-Your-Own-Bundle Esellergate's TheMacBundles, a site that runs weekly discount offers, is promoting a new set of discounted applications for December, but with a twist: rather than one set price, users can pick from a smorgasbord of apps, selecting at least five apps for a price of $29.75, with further discounts available for those picking a higher number of apps or the weekly special. Among the choices are bookmark organizer BookMacster, snippet organizer Caboodle, utility app CleanGenius, clipboard manager CuteClips, finance program Debtinator, disk catalogger DiskTracker, iPhoto dupe finder Duplicate Annihilator, Notification program OmniGrowl, Proview PDF editor, text editor skEdit, iPod utility SyncPod, and Yummy FTP among many others. The deal is ongoing throughout the month.

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