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Briefly: GOG expands Mac catalog, Macbundler Winter Bundle
Thursday, January 24, 2013 @ 12:31pm

GOG.com, a digital game distributer, has announced that is adding 10 new games to its Mac catalog. New games include Alpha Centauri and the Alien Crossfire expansion, Fallout 2, Legend of Grimrock, Sid Meier's Colonization, Postal 2, Ultima 7, Freespace 1, Terminal Velocity, Conquest of the New World, and the Blackwell Bundle. All of the titles are supported on Mac OS X 10.6.8 and up, and carry prices ranging between $6 and $15.



Macbundler offering pay what you want software bundle Macbundler has released a new Winter Bundle that allows customers to pay what they want for two Mac apps. Customers who pay more than the average will also gain access to three additional apps as well as a secret bonus that will be unlocked when $10,000 has been raised for charity.. Apps featured in the bundle include Cockpit, Thoughts, Destination: Treasure Island, Image Tricks, and Data Guardian. In addition to choosing a price, customers are also given the option to choose how their contributions are distributed. Money can be split any way between developers, charity, and Macbundler.

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