Posts tagged Steam

Steamspy – Your voyeur needs have been answered

More or less … Since it’s out there for everyone to see anyway I thought I’d take a few minutes to talk about what you can see on that new website SteamSpy which compiles and extrapolates data from Steam. I have never really posted detailed data about exactly how many copies of Human Extinction Simulator […]

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PC is dead. Long live Steam!

This is a weird thing but one I keep seeing more and more. People don’t say they will release a PC version, instead they say they will release the game on Steam. Steam is now considered the whole PC platform and to some extent Mac and Linux as well. I’m not complaining about Steam, in […]

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A few thoughts after releasing 2 games on Steam in a week

Human Extinction Simulator was released on January 21st and a week later I released Bret Airborne (which was originally released in 2013). It’s way too early to write some kind of postmortem but after just a few days of having games on Steam here are my thoughts. Does Steam changes anything? You bet it does! […]

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Canadian dollar prices on Steam

I’m guessing that for most Canadians seeing a price in Canadian dollars is just weird. We’re used to see everything in US dollars and we’re used to the fact that we end up paying more than the price we see due to the weakness of the Canadian dollar (yes, it was worth a bit more […]

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The Steam era

Over 1,500 games, 54 millions active user accounts and sales renown to sell countless copies of games that will probably never be played. This is the place a lot of indies hope their game will go to be mindlessly grabbed by some cheap bastards like me. Live or die, when it’s really needed I wish […]

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