Haha nice to see this thread still alive ! :)
Regarding exclusives or big discounts: I'm not planning to do that, since as others pointed out would piss off my most loyal fans (those who buy directly from me). I am a gamer too, and I know I would be disappointed if some company did this behavior to me. I've been approached by a lot of bundle sites to discount SOTW but my philosophy is to never bundle a game until at least 1 year has passed (like I did with Roommates for example).
I honestly think GoG will change their view soon, not just about my games, but in general. What they have to gain by not allowing some popular games (like mine or other mentioned in this thread) to be available? nothing. What they lose? potential sales, maybe more than they think.
My games sells fine on Steam. Honestly they sell fine on all platforms, even mobile now. So I don't think they would sell badly on GoG either, after all. Maybe not all of them, but my most recent ones yes.
Truthfully at this point am not letting it die
Am sick seeing GOG turn games away
Do they have the right? Well yes they do
But when you serve customers they have right say if they don't like what there doing
Am sick of it and sick being told GOG turned a game away that wished to join DRM-free world
Keep the legend alive