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Re: end of demo
« Reply #15 on: September 18, 2010, 09:49:00 AM »
Maybe to sove that issue, you could have people pre-pay.  Pre-pay would also help you get funds for completing the game and would allow people to test the game without skipping out on the bill.  The pre-payers could look for bugs before the complete edition is released.

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« Reply #16 on: September 19, 2010, 01:17:53 PM »
that sounds good, but it does raise the issue of how many people will buy afterwards if you can pre pay?
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Re: end of demo
« Reply #17 on: September 19, 2010, 02:48:48 PM »
that sounds good, but it does raise the issue of how many people will buy afterwards if you can pre pay?
I don't see why it matters if someone pre-pays or regular pays.  Craig gets the same amount of money.

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« Reply #18 on: September 19, 2010, 03:11:27 PM »
So if they pre-pay, they get early on access to the game; but if they regular pay, they have to wait?
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« Reply #19 on: September 19, 2010, 04:29:28 PM »
ok clearing things up:
1: I have been around since the old forums.  I was friends with ender and was distraught at the fact that he never showed up on the new forums :(
2: the time i joined was when TRPG2 was about in the middle of it's production.
3: the site i made was made out because i felt the need to give back more to the community then i have been in a way that i can do so in a helpful way.
4: the pre-pay idea has my support (especially since i have a credit card now ^_^) [spoiler]although i would still prefer the full game to be posted online in the private site :P[/spoiler]
5: money can buy you happiness! people who make about 75000 a year are statistically the happiest people! oh wait wrong comment....
6: hehe i totally forgot about that post ^_^ and yea that was a bit strange on how all that worked out Craig. 
7:[spoiler= answer to an old topic] in answer to your comment on where donations worked out. [spoiler= note to craig] [spoiler= reference to other site]1manstudio.net the owner, An, has only ever asked for donations and apparently they're either working well for him or else he has some other form of income.  he has 2 games out (well almost 2) and a third on the way with no hint of ever having to pay to play the game.  now granted you do get bonus content (even though it's not much at all)[/spoiler] maybe in the future do what you did with trpg2. have a special edition that you buy and get some bonus content then have a free version that you can still play to the end of the game. and im not sure if you do so already put put a donation button in corner of the window. or in credits section or in just the main page.[/spoiler] {jeez talk about some extreme topic necroing huh? XD[/spoiler]
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