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nicolas.liatti  [developer] Jun 30, 2014 @ 8:13pm
Free Standalone licence for Steam licence
If you purchase any Allegorithmic product on Steam, you can get for free a standalone licence to run the software out of Steam.

Follow this process to get your standalone licence:
- Create an account at http://www.allegorithmic.com
- Go to My Account
- Click on "Link to my Steam Account"
- Enter your Steam login and password when requested
- Click on "Retrieve my licences"

You will then be granted a standalone licence for each of your products.
Last edited by nicolas.liatti; Apr 16 @ 4:56pm
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› Gratuitous ☆ Nudity Jul 1, 2014 @ 9:15pm 
NICE!!!
Vaskania Jul 1, 2014 @ 9:20pm 
It also works the other way. I bought standalone and contacted them for Steam keys. Really nice of you guys to do this. I wish more companies who offer products on Steam would do this.
Lord Pelaxus Jul 3, 2014 @ 2:32pm 
Yet it's buggy too:-P

I had to directly contact some poor Q&A fellow to aquire licenses 'cause all i've had was this mess:

http://fc00.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2014/182/b/e/licenses_problem_by_pelax-d7orl4k.png
nicolas.liatti  [developer] Jul 4, 2014 @ 4:44pm 
Actually, those errors means our licence server was down/overwhelmed by people's request. Waiting a few hours solved the problems. And if it doesn't, you can of course always contact us!
iamcreasy Oct 17, 2014 @ 2:12pm 
Thank you for doing this. Kudos.
>madsta< Dec 17, 2014 @ 3:18am 
what are the difference between a Free Standalone licence from Steam licence??
Jerc  [developer] Dec 17, 2014 @ 11:05am 
You can run the standalone license without having Steam open.
jim´s Dec 19, 2014 @ 4:39am 
Thank you! :)
>madsta< Dec 22, 2014 @ 5:40am 
Originally posted by Jerc:
You can run the standalone license without having Steam open.

Does this have an in-game overlay when open with Steam? It doesn't worked for me.
McForeskine Jan 23 @ 5:25pm 
for some reason it would say "License created" but I dont see one. Could anybody shed some light on this?
Jebuzz Feb 4 @ 5:36pm 
Does this work the other way around? I would like to have substance painter in my steam library however i purchased the standalone version on their website.
McForeskine Feb 4 @ 6:44pm 
Originally posted by Jebuzz:
Does this work the other way around? I would like to have substance painter in my steam library however i purchased the standalone version on their website.


I had to message their help center and they sent me a code to activate on my PC. just email them about it.
Jebuzz Feb 4 @ 7:36pm 
Originally posted by sausagefist:
Originally posted by Jebuzz:
Does this work the other way around? I would like to have substance painter in my steam library however i purchased the standalone version on their website.


I had to message their help center and they sent me a code to activate on my PC. just email them about it.
Many Thanks Sausagefi..lol....Mate:)
Othrandur Mar 10 @ 10:37am 
I just did this, but it gave me an offline license for Substance Designer 4 instead of Substance Designer 5, which is what's in my account. Is that just a typo or was I given the wrong license?
nicolas.liatti  [developer] Apr 16 @ 4:55pm 
Originally posted by Othrandur:
I just did this, but it gave me an offline license for Substance Designer 4 instead of Substance Designer 5, which is what's in my account. Is that just a typo or was I given the wrong license?

That should now be fixed.
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