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This would be nice, because I've got a lot of unused Steam keys from Humble Bundle purchases. Not sure how it could actually be done though.
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Or were those games steam only? :?
I thought you can no longer download games from humble bundle websites? I can only find the download music buttons.
Yes please! I love supporting Humble and GoG both, would be a double win for me.
It would be awesome to be able to redeem HB games on GOG - it would help organize our games collections...
I'd love to be able to redeem all my DRM-free games bought on Steam and Humble Bundle here on gog.com, that would give me single place to search for DRM-free games i've bought.
And once again, it's a game I've been eyeing, but haven't bought yet, so very good for me.
Today, the weekly bundle features a GOG game!!!
This would be awesome, I would love to have all my DRM free Humble games under Gog especially with Galaxy coming.
*Some* games on Humble Bundle are DRM free, but a lot of them are just Steam keys and therefor inherently DRMed, even when there are GoG. If I have an option of renting a game on Steam or buying it anyplace that is not steam, steam looses every time.
I don't get what GoG keys would be good for. Both Humble Bundle games and GoG games are DRM-free anyway.
This shouldf be marked "In progress", the latest bundle had some GOG keys.
This might be a good idea.
Evoland and Anodyne are also in this Bundle, but are not redeemable on GoG. Bizarre. Still a step, if not a leap, in the right direction.
Nice one! Let's hope for more of this!
this weeks humble weekly sale you can redeem defender's quest here on gog! yay! :) thanks guys! https://www.humblebundle.com/weekly
There's probably too many DRM-riddled titles proposed on HB to make it really interesting for the DRM-free crowd. Now if that could help sway the shackle-lovers to the other side...
I said exactly like this on Community Forum and got flamed. I see no negative for GOG. Yes there's cheap games that's probably detrimental for profits, but looking at the bigger picture, it brings GOG more traffic and attention. So my vote is yes. Give GOG keys to Humble Bundle, it's an ads for you.
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humble bundle definitely has better marketing, I found out about GOG from there.
I really can't see how this wouldn't benefit everybody. Users obviously will have one library less to maintain (at least if old purchases are still transferred to GOG), Humble Bundle will have to pay for less bandwidth and GOG gets basically free advertisement. SO DO IT ALREADY! :)
I like more drm-free games from gog not hb, when I have update for game is very simple to see it on gog, I'm free with installer language choice, so I don't need HB for it.
I think this would be a great way for GOG to really get noticed. I feel that there are a lot of people that don't even know about GOG, but releasing GOG keys with HB's would definitely put them on most gamers' radars. Also I would love to get all my DRM-free games from HB on GOG, I have them on Steam just because it's easier to deal with than HB, but GOG would be so much better.
HiB and the like try to push massive volumes, to make the developer a last few cents per copy: hence the 'super' deals. They are pure resellers. They are 'good' in the same way mass-retailers are 'good': which is to say not really good to have in your home, just nice to have around the corner. That is nothing at all like GoG, which has limited inventory, and actual effort put into making each game work. Also, GoG caters for a market of people with a bit of a mental bent: DRM-free games, bought and paid for. Generally speaking, your average (HiB) 'gamer' is more like a piranha than a human being.
I'm sure those putting their games on the Humble Bundle could themselves add GOG redeeming codes, GOG.com wouldn't have to make any changes or do anything at all really. Though if GOG.com would reach out to the Humble Bundle and try work with or at least encourage them to give GOG redeeming codes for the games I think in the long run everyone will benefit.
I like this idea, and it has actually been done before, sort of. I believe some Groupees and Indiegala bundles have included the rare GOG code. It was most likely provided by the developer though.
For all those who do not see the point in doing this, let me give my reason. Between HIB, Steam, Gog, AdventureGames etc... I lose track of which games I bought and from where. The relationship between HIB and Steam makes this seamless, HIB provides a key for every game Steam has and so when I'm wondering through Steam's store I can see that I've already purchased a certain game whether it be from HIB or Steam doesn't matter, I know I own the game. GOG would make this even better because as your browsing GOG's site with lists and lists of software then dim out every game you own. I know that GOG will never provide Steam keys and Steam with never provide GOG keys, but if I could at least get keys for GOG from HIB, that is one less place I have to look for a game I'm interested in, only to find out I already own it.
wish about collaboration with H(I)B: http://www.gog.com/wishlist/site/collaboration_with_humble_indie_bundle
This would be useful during the sales: suppose that I have game A purchased via gog.com, and game B on humble bundle. Currently, if gog.com has a discount on the pack "A+B+C+D", I don't have to pay for game A, but I'll have the game B purchased twice. It would be nice if I could prove that I already own this game and save a bit more on the pack.
I wouldn't expect gog.com to actually serve the files for the technical reasons: HiB has different installers, linux versions, etc.
This comes from a mechanical compulsion to connect everything that seems to be alike?
I think it's time for something like an OpenAccount™ thing, just like the OpenID. You would have an Account that includes digitally purchased goods that you can have, give, sell, throw away, independently of the shop you bought it from. So, if one day GOG is gone, your games will still be in your OpenAccount™ as would be your Steam and HIB games (and iTunes and Amazon songs and movies), and, and, and...
Good idea, but for now I don't see it possible.
If HIB and GOG decide to make an alliance one day, like HIB with Steam and the Ubuntu Store, okay: I can imagine that!
What do the GOG people think of this idea? Bundle with the Humble Indie Bundle? Yes?
I see no point in this.
This would be a nice addition in my opinion.
To those that seem not to understand why this is beneficial since HiB provides drm-free copies of the games it sells, the benefit is the long term compatibility.
Remember, GoG doesn't just have drm-free copies, the games are also fixed to run on current hardware and software.
HiB does not offer that feature by default.
With more games/people using GOG, it's easier my transition from STEAM to GOG.
I think it's a good thing for both of them.
Some people and some games from Humble bundle aren't on GOG, them it's a chance to add more games and also more people to know GOG.
I think it's pointless. Every game from HIB will be only one more picture in your shelf here. And if you like DRM-free products you just download them from your HIB page.
I love the Humble Indie Bundle and yes, maybe a coop would make sense. Also, this is a good starting point for LINUX support since 95% of HIB games are platform "independent", means they run on x86 hardware on Windows, Linux and MacOS (BSD?). Some also on ARM or better said inside Android's shell.
I would like that a lot, because it would be great if I could add the games I bought on humble bundle to my gog shelf - just to have one place where I could find all of my drm free games.
As for the 'gain' I got a lot of steam keys (I have no use of) with my humble bundle purchases. Steam must surely see some benefit in cooperating with The Humble Bundle (hard to believe they do it because of exposure).
While it seems pretty pointless to add a once purchased DRM free copy of a game to another store that doesn't use DRM, it would be godlike to have a Humble Good Old Bundle or something similar. I think the Humblites should be also approvish of this too. But the cross-platform thing can be really problematic for some titles. Still, might worth a try...
We already get a DRM-free copy of the game from the bundle, why would we need to have it on GOG?
I have bought last The Humble Indie Bundle 6 and I hopw that soon it will be possible to add these games to my GOG library. Even I would like to donate something to GOG for this "Activation".
I really appreciate that you can decide exactly the amounts what do you want to send to each participant (developer, charity, support,...).
I have send to Humble Bundle, Inc. suggestion if they will begin to cooperate with GOG - please send them also email - maybe it will help.
Yes! GOG and HIB, unite!
I like this mainly because "drm free" is part of the spirit of the humble bundles. Plus this would bring more exposure (and games) to gog.com. I honestly think this would be a win-win.
As a customer I'd like this, but I feel like we're on our way towards asking for the moon here. GoG doesn't have much to gain from this outside from maybe exposure. That said I don't see GoG needing exposure much. Desura needed it more, and HIB stopped with the Desura keys.
There are unfortunately areas where there is a lack of overlap. One is platforms. GoG is officially windows only, HIB is Win/Mac/Linux. GoG is also typically much more aggressive with extras. I also purchase from GoG, because they put some effort into making old games work on new operating systems, and HIB hasn't been around long enough to know whether we're going to see similar efforts from them.
I think that this feature is good, but should be filed as being step 3 of "Steps towards taking over the world." Maybe it could be limited to only those who paid a certain minimum, so that GoG would not suffer so much from the bandwidth costs and to help maintain that GoG's efforts are a premium worth paying for.
I like this idea. As Steam gets a monopoly on the d2d market I'd honestly rather come here. No problems with Valve I just think you get way more value here.
I have not only Machinarium, but a lot more indie games.
And a movie!!
Yes, this would be very nice.
I have Machinarium on Humble Bundle, it would be cool if I could redeam the code here.
Games from Desura too.
Might be worth it for GOG because of exposure, might very well not be worth it - I can only guess. But from a user's point of view it would be great. I'd even happily pay a small charge to have some games I own on one service available on another.
This would be very convenient for me, as I own almost all the HB's.
I don't think this will happen as I can't see any immediate positive effects for GoG except garnering goodwill. Partnering with /taking over Desura would be a much smarter move imho. Multi-platform support (Desura) combined with a smooth website (definitely GoG!). Since GoG is introducing indie games now, Desura's experience in distributing indie games would certainly come in handy.