STORE COMMUNITY ABOUT SUPPORT
login | language
简体中文 (Simplified Chinese) 繁體中文 (Traditional Chinese) 日本語 (Japanese) 한국어 (Korean) ไทย (Thai) Български (Bulgarian) Čeština (Czech) Dansk (Danish) Deutsch (German) Español - España (Spanish - Spain) Español - Latinoamérica (Spanish - Latin America) Ελληνικά (Greek) Français (French) Italiano (Italian) Magyar (Hungarian) Nederlands (Dutch) Norsk (Norwegian) Polski (Polish) Português (Portuguese - Portugal) Português - Brasil (Portuguese - Brazil) Română (Romanian) Русский (Russian) Suomi (Finnish) Svenska (Swedish) Türkçe (Turkish) Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese) Українська (Ukrainian) Report a translation problem
(And I hope some people will put down money for it, of course. But that's not a requirement.)
very clever and I hope Steam forum posters see it as just a joke and don't pull out the pitchforks on you, because Steam forum posters are really, really, really dumb.
I get that it's a joke, but you're probably gonna get a few angry folk buying it because they don't read and think it's a DLC full of content. It's a cool idea though, I guess it can act as a method of donation if people like the game enough to feel they wish to reward you further. But maybe the price is a bit too high?
I might follow this DLC just to see what happens.
However, the rather high pricetag on it—and the fact that it can actually be purchased—seems to make the people I show this to feel slightly unsettled by it at first...
Sure, there's always someone who says "It should be cheaper!" but that's true of every price tag on Steam. You learn not to sweat it.
Edit: Ah, nevermind, I didn't notice the smudged signing.
(By the way, awesome work on the client: the autosave on quit is such a wonderful luxury.)
I can promise that the DLC will never go on sale. :) In fact maybe I should increase the price slowly over time...
Yes, the sample certificate image has a rubbed-out signature as well as the watermark. I also reduced the resolution and washed out the fine detail, just to make the point.