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 Post subject: Awesomenauts should be released on gog.com
 Post Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2012 1:36 pm 
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Good Old Games started to release newer titles.
I already bought Machinarium and 30 other games and I'm looking forward to get Grimrock from the service. It's DRM free, fair prices (no 1$ = 1€) and a lot of free goodies.
https://www.gog.com/

Of course, I know nothing about releasing a videogame and publishing conditions etc.
Is gog.com a good alternative for you deveopers and could you guys at Ronimo imagine to release Awesomenauts on that service, beside the typical Steam release?

if the PC version comes in the end...

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 Post subject: Re: Awesomenauts should be released on gog.com
 Post Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2012 9:32 pm 
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crewmate wrote:
Good Old Games started to release newer titles.
I already bought Machinarium and 30 other games and I'm looking forward to get Grimrock from the service. It's DRM free, fair prices (no 1$ = 1€) and a lot of free goodies.
https://www.gog.com/

Of course, I know nothing about releasing a videogame and publishing conditions etc.
Is gog.com a good alternative for you deveopers and could you guys at Ronimo imagine to release Awesomenauts on that service, beside the typical Steam release?

if the PC version comes in the end...


I personally would rather see them release it on steam first before moving on to another distributions sites for games. I personally never heard of "https://www.gog.com", but i think Steam would be a better start just because it is known by a lot of people and the player base is huge.


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