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    The humble frozenbyte bundle - pay what you want

    Just like last year there is a new humble bundle where u can pay what you want. $0.01 +

    http://www.humblebundle.com/

    trine looks like a fun game, something different, kinda reminds me or something like crash bandicoot.
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    Yet again, those evil open source people who hate paying for stuff and would never pay for anything given the chance have the highest average payment... In fact, despite already owning all these games, I'm buying them (at a price higher than the current average), because I support the anti-DRM and the don't-pay-for-it-if-it's-****ty model. If only the MAFIA and EActivision could figure those out...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nd4spdbh2 View Post
    Just like last year there is a new humble bundle where u can pay what you want. $0.01 +

    http://www.humblebundle.com/

    trine looks like a fun game, something different, kinda reminds me or something like crash bandicoot.
    thanks man just picked it up
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    Quote Originally Posted by petteyg359 View Post
    Yet again, those evil open source people who hate paying for stuff and would never pay for anything given the chance have the highest average payment... In fact, despite already owning all these games, I'm buying them (at a price higher than the current average), because I support the anti-DRM and the don't-pay-for-it-if-it's-****ty model. If only the MAFIA and EActivision could figure those out...
    ima cheap ass... what can i say.... the only reason i bought it was cus i could pay a penny for some cool games... n tbh i bought it before i knew what the games were about haha.

    pluss the fact i can put it on my steam = WIN!
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    btw.... TRINE IS AWESOME!!!! such a fun puzzle type crash bandicoot game!!!
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    Yea trine is fun.
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    I grabbed the pack for 7.50, those games seem pretty fun.
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    I purchased these too, and the money went to a good cause so I'm excited.
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    I bought the pack for a dollar. More of a small donation of a dollar to the company for doing a promotion such as this, than actually buying games, as I'll probably never play any of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JonSimonzi View Post
    I bought the pack for a dollar. More of a small donation of a dollar to the company for doing a promotion such as this, than actually buying games, as I'll probably never play any of them.
    Probably only ends up being a couple of dozen cents after PayPal takes their cut, but still far better than the insulting pennies
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    Got it for $5, would have payed more except I already had Trine and I'm DLing it through Steam so I'm not wasting their bandwidth. Just Valves
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    ugh... so trine has ruined this day i had set out to study math... ok... no more trine, off to study math damnit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nd4spdbh2 View Post
    ugh... so trine has ruined this day i had set out to study math... ok... no more trine, off to study math damnit.
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