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Trauma Added to the Humble Frozen Synapse Bundle

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All past and future Humble Frozen Synapse Bundle customers will have a nice, shiny copy of TRAUMA on their Humble Bundle download page. If you redeemed your bundle on Steam, TRAUMA should automatically be added to your library. (You may have to restart your Steam client for it to appear.)

TRAUMA tells a story of a young woman who survives a car accident. Recovering at the hospital, she has dreams that shed light on different aspects of her identity, such as the way she deals with the loss of her parents. TRAUMA lets you experience those dreams through an engaging, photo-based point-click-and-gesture adventure. Here's the trailer:

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