Yes, some Arcen games already here. That why I decide to ask about GOG release exactly of AVWW1+2 (because interested in it and that games is not available on GOG, but available DRM-free at Humble).
In that case all depends from GOG Team.
I really do like the AVWW games. I think it was one of the first they tried to get on GOG, and from what I remember, the posts regarding getting rejected were fairly old. I think the issue had to do with the serial key for auto-updating. Now that their other games are here without the serial key being needed, I wonder if they could recontact them and see about getting that change pushed to AVWW. I don't know how much they changed their system since AVWW1+2, but I really would love to see them here.
Here's the forum thread
Thanks for link!
Now it looks more clearer. So, arguments of both sides is understandable: GOG on a Side of STRICT no-DRM. Arcen on a Side "serial-key and service independent autoupdater".
By the way, got two more responses (Perhaps a similar situation? But also perhaps not):
1. Airscape: The Fall of Gravity (http://www.airscapegame.com
Unless you're a representative of GOG there's not much I can do, they have
a stricter selection process than the other stores.
2. Dusty Revenge (Co-op Edition) (http://dustyrevenge.com
We actually wanted to put it there, but GOG rejected our game!
Test the waters with developers (/publishers) and games, which I want to see here, on GOG. For me it looks more effective to push developers publishing here, than just upvoting titles in community wishlist. But now I have a lot of information to think about.