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Grargar: Just noticed that they added the following Nordic games to their catalog:
Nice! DRM-free and (presumably) flat-priced. How do they do it?
IAmSinistar: Nice! DRM-free and (presumably) flat-priced. How do they do it?
It's not flat-priced. ;)
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Grargar: It's not flat-priced. ;)
Ah, THAT'S how they do it. And why I qualified my statement, as I suspected it might be the case.

Nasty, too, that 1 dollar = 1 euro calculus. Even if it is closer to the truth these days than it used to be. ;)
IAmSinistar: Ah, THAT'S how they do it. And why I qualified my statement, as I suspected it might be the case.

Nasty, too, that 1 dollar = 1 euro calculus. Even if it is closer to the truth these days than it used to be. ;)
I am very curious of seeing what will happen if/when the \$ becomes stronger than the € (currently, the exchange rate is about €1=\$1.12).
Post edited February 27, 2015 by Grargar
Grargar: I am very curious of seeing what will happen if/when the \$ becomes stronger than the € (currently, the exchange rate is about €1=\$1.12).
That will be interesting if it happens. One thing for me will be to shop at FireFlower Games some more, since their prices are pegged to the euro. :)
IAmSinistar: Ah, THAT'S how they do it. And why I qualified my statement, as I suspected it might be the case.

Nasty, too, that 1 dollar = 1 euro calculus. Even if it is closer to the truth these days than it used to be. ;)
Grargar: I am very curious of seeing what will happen if/when the \$ becomes stronger than the € (currently, the exchange rate is about €1=\$1.12).
I expect lots of angry european customers to protest: 1€ ≠ \$1
IAmSinistar: That will be interesting if it happens. One thing for me will be to shop at FireFlower Games some more, since their prices are pegged to the euro. :)
At least someone will benefit from this. :)
GabiMoro: I expect lots of angry european customers to protest: 1€ ≠ \$1
This will have to go.
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Post edited February 27, 2015 by Grargar
nevermind

teach me to try to read the forums when so busy at work...
Post edited February 27, 2015 by budejovice
Build a Greenlight 20 up for reserve in Groupees

\$1.25 for 8 games

Oh, a a music one too.

Synthwave Bundle, reserve from \$1
Post edited February 27, 2015 by madth3
Grargar: At least someone will benefit from this. :)
Well, ideally regional priced games will be cheaper here for the Euro crowd as well should it happen. But I don't imagine that offsets the economic impacts of the overall currency devaluation much.

Incidentally, I like your new avatar. Dare I ask who you've travelled back in time to kill? :)

Thank god, I was worried a page would go by without a bundle. ;)
IAmSinistar: Thank god, I was worried a page would go by without a bundle. ;)
*snicker*
IAmSinistar: Incidentally, I like your new avatar. Dare I ask who you've travelled back in time to kill? :)
No not kill, but protect. :)
Bundlestars has a 50% discount for Middle-Earth: Shadows of Mordor (also for its Season Pass and its Premium Edition).
IAmSinistar: Thank god, I was worried a page would go by without a bundle. ;)
Well, technically those are just announcements and the bundles will be released tomorrow.

But here, you can have the Ripstone Indie Bundle

\$4.99 for the Steam keys of

- Stick It To The Man
- Knytt Underground

;)
In for another Greenlight. Like a sap. But 8+ games guaranteed to have direct download... I'm in for at least one more shot.

My empty swear jar should be at \$2.75...