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Benjamin Rivers' Home now available on Mac, temporarily 50% off

Jordan Mallory

Benjamin Rivers' atmospheric psychological horror jam Home, which originally launched on PC in 2012 and on iOS back in June, is now available for computers of the Macintosh persuasion through Steam and the Amazon Indie Store. As with the recently-updated PC version, the Mac port of Home includes all of the new/modified content found in its iOS cousin.

To celebrate the release, Home has been discounted to $1.49 until August 14, and while this sale is only active on Steam as of press time, Rivers tells us that Amazon should be following suit shortly. As an added bonus, folks that have already purchased the PC version will receive the Mac version for free, which means that there is no longer a safe, computery haven in existence from the seething terrors contained within Rivers' pixel-art nightmare.

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For Immediate Release
Home is now available for Mac Users

Just when you thought it was safe to turn on your computer, the smash-hit indie horror title Home makes its way to Mac users. Players can buy Home for Mac on Steam ( or on the Amazon Indie Store ( right now-and for the first week, it's 50% off!

And remember, if you already bought Home for PC on Steam or Amazon, you already own the Mac version! It's our way of saying "thank-you" to the incredible number of players who gave the game a chance this past year.

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