Posts tagged Steam

Indiepocalypse or maybe just a regular thing

I don’t know if it’s harder, easier or the same as before when it comes to sell games as a solo indie as I just thought it was always really hard anyway. I’m not aware of many persons having to find back a day job after making a living out of games but I see […]

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A disappointing Summer sale

I already knew it wasn’t going to be great but I was still hoping my first Summer sale would still do better than my two previous experiences with weeklong deals. Human Extinction Simulator was 33% off and Bret Airborne 50% off and I made about 2/3 of what I made during the weeklong deals I […]

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First event sale on Steam – First impression

Weeklong deals are much more interesting for games not performing well on Steam. It’s only been one and a half day but my previous 2 participation in weeklong deals both did better than what the Summer sale is doing for me so far. In fact, on the first day I made less money (and sold […]

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Steam and refunds

Maybe there was a need to have a better refund process on Steam. Maybe. The new implementation for refunds however? It’s just terrible. Bye bye demos Demos were already a waste of time from a statistical point of view. I used to complain about the lack of demos for many games but when Bret Airborne […]

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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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