Originally posted by Youth Worship Explosion:During Steam sales they sometimes lower the fee to $50, which I think is silly.
Originally posted by MisterFour:I only bring this up because there is the off chance that a dev might be uncomfortable about releasing his or her credit card information anywhere online. I think it is actually possible to buy games on Steam(thus grants the ablity to talk on the forums) without using a card (by using a Steam Game card). It's a really convuleted way, but...
Originally posted by Youth Worship Explosion:During Steam sales they sometimes lower the fee to $50
Originally posted by Skoardy:If a developer is concerned about passing financial details to Valve, it's going to make it really difficult for Valve to pay the developer when they sell copies of their game on Steam.
Originally posted by C0untzer0:http://indiegames.com/2012/11/steam_greenlight_fee_discounte.htmlIt was discounted for about half an hour before the discount was pulled.
Originally posted by ND:It would be nice if they allowed a choice of charities. I've already donated a fair amount to Childsplay through Humble Bundle and other channels and it would be nice to give something to other causes for a change, not least because Childsplay is very US-centric and the rest of the world is no less deserving of charity. They could at least add Amnesty[www.amnesty.org] and Red Cross[www.icrc.org] as alternatives.