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Ah I see. I love Humble, and I like the idea of DRM-Free, but Steam is just so incredibly convenient that I hate playing things not through steam. Given the huge marketplace dominance of Steam on PC digital distributed sales, I'm not the only one. I game on multiple PCs (desktop, laptop, living roo...
You aren't allowed to gift your Steam code and use the DRM free version. By buying the project on the Humble Store, you are purchasing one license for the game. You can use the Steam version, the DRM-free version, or both, but you can't give away one and use the other because you only have one lice...
Hello! Many games bought via the Humble Store include a Steam key and a DRM-free version of the game. Do you think it makes sense to redeem your Steam key if you would have a DRM-free version you can download? I think that if you don't like Steam enough you may gift the key and enjoy the downloadabl...
- Mon Feb 24, 2014 4:55 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Where you saw or heard about NN for the first time?
- Replies: 6
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I think I casually saw Neverending Nightmares for the first time as a Steam Greenlight recent submission. Shortly thereafter, I remember seeing it among the popular projects on the Kickstarter front page.
- Wed Jan 01, 2014 5:58 pm
- Forum: Developer Diaries
- Topic: Developer Diaries suggestions
- Replies: 29
- Views: 5055
In his last Kickstarter project update, Matt addresses, among other things, his Developer Diaries views. Maybe the forum community could make general suggestions about his videos on this new topic. I was thinking that Matt could increase his videos' viewership if he does some crazy things like weari...
so if we organize ourself to do that transcripts it'd be made in no time. Mario do you mind to help me? Salut miumiaou! :) I'd like to help you, but now I'm a bit busy. I think there's no hurry to do the transcripts, so I think it can be done gradually. By the way, thanks to JPrice for doing the tr...