Evil Tactician wrote:You mention you will release the game through the 'usual' channels, such as Steam. I'd love to pledge, but the reward tier leaves things a bit vague promising a 'DRM-free' copy. If I have to be brutally honest, that would end up in a corner of a room or hard drive and never get used and I'd still end up getting the game on Steam. As that seems a little futile, would it be possible to add a tier specifically promising the game on Steam? (Provided the game is released there, otherwise those pledgers receive a drm-free copy instead)
Evil Tactician wrote:That's a pretty good solution that works for me. Let me whip out the cards and throw you some cash then
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gandalf_nho wrote:I second the suggestion about GOG.com
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