A good idea but for Poland your prices are still too high. They do not take a typical Polish salary into consideration.
A 1:1 conversion EUR - PLN would make your site by far more appealing. As of now even promos are less then attractive. Perhaps for people living in countries where people earn their salaries in EUR or USD these prices are acceptable or even attractive (when compared to STEAM), but not Poles, not till a typical Polish gamer have the opportunity of a buying a game at 1:1 EUR - PLN conversion. Otherwise great site.
Let's get real though: it's not like we would expect them to actually make a 1:1 EUR-PLN conversion, this is pure make believe. But the PLN prices should be lower, say by 15-20%, that would be fair enough. The only other "poor country" currency we can compare this to would be the Russian ruble but I don't know how much on average the Russians pay on GoG. Things are pretty cool on Steam in that regard: I'm currently in China
and the Yuan prices I have to pay here are so low compared to the West it's not even funny (got a bit of shopping fever at some point). I guess GoG ought to follow in that same direction if it ever wants to join the top digital distribution platform club.
You mean I may finally have a use for that app on my phone?
NO, My mean is that I hope GOG can open China
Market and support Chinese-Yuan web payment tools directly such as Alipay, the largest webpayment tool in China