I'll take you at your word then. I agree you should buy it if you like it and refrain from doing so if you don't. But laying on a guilt trip because someone refuses to buy something which does not appeal to them is unacceptable. (There's a lot of that sort of behavior floating around here, too.)
The default money split is interesting. Trauma gets nothing (maybe something from the humble tip), Frozen Synapse, Frozenbyte and SpaceChem equal parts (Frozenbyte even when the donation is below average).
After the three "proper" bundles, they seem to be experimenting a bit now. I don't mind it (just pay what it is worth to me), but find it interesting to see what happens in different cases. Even more interesting would be some post-mortems with graphs over time, e.g. how did the amount of buyers change this time after Trauma and SpaceChem were added etc.
i bourght this when it was 1 game but it currently is the first indie bundle where ive not bothered playing any of the games. they dont seem bad its launch just syncs with me getting onlive working satifactorly on wine.
The lousy part is that I didn't even notice that SpaceChem needs Mono before I downloaded the stupid thing.
And more specifically mono-winforms... AKA something definitely not part of the ECMA standards, i.e. not covered by the community promise.
Heh... Heheh... Hehehehehehehe no thanks.
A shame really, looked like a nice puzzle game.