Exile 2 Pricing

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Does anyone else find it somewhat ridiculous that a 12 year old, 8mb game is priced at $25? I understand that it took a lot of time and effort to create, but it goes against all marketing standards for computer games today. Don't get me wrong, I love Spiderweb's games (their demos, anyway), I was just curious about how others feel about their pricing policies.
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You can't buy Exile 2 seperate. You get all 3 Exile games.
Thus, I assume you mean Avernum 2.
And $25 is a good price.

And you want this company to survive, don't you?

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So it's $25 for all three then? And with the codes or is there a small registration fee on top?

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So it's $25 for all three then?
Yes.
Avernum 2 is $25.
All 3 Exile games is $25.
All 3 Avernum games bought in a bulk is $45.

Edit -Yes codes as well! You wouldn't pay for demos that you can get for free to begin with.

[ Wednesday, March 21, 2007 13:24: Message edited by: Infernal Flamming Muffin ]

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Ah, that makes more sense. Thanks muffin.
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any1 kno a gud crak site 4 e2? i rly wanna rgistr but im lyke 11 d00d lozlz
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any1 kno a gud crak site 4 e2? i rly wanna rgistr but im lyke 11 d00d lozlz
Please type correctly.
And what is with that glitch saying that you are member #5 and registered in 2005?

There have been countless glitches lately.
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Originally written by muffy:

Please type correctly.
And what is with that glitch saying that you are member #5 and registered in 2005?

There have been countless glitches lately.
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Your response cries out "Throw a brick at the noob."

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MM was fishing for responses and he got one! He's been here since day one, and in fact arrived on day one of the Spiderweb Ikonboard that predated this UBB. His account was eaten by a forum bug, but the number was salvaged even though the post count and join date were lost.

—Alorael, who really thinks avoiding mentions of spelling or noobness is in the best interests of most newbies and all whose spelling abilities are not beyond reproach. Stones and glass houses!
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I feel so. so. so. little. and unknown. Maybe one day I'll successfully return to full time message board posting.
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Aw MM, don't listen to the noob, the rest of us remember you. :P

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Originally written by Xosa Arxani:

—Alorael, who really thinks avoiding mentions of spelling or noobness is in the best interests of most newbies and all whose spelling abilities are not beyond reproach. Stones and glass houses!
I thought it was pots and kettles...

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Back to the topic...how does Jeff accept paymentsd apart from credit card? I could send him $25 AU but I think that might be a lil bit useless to him.

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Originally written by E=MC Hammered:

Back to the topic...how does Jeff accept paymentsd apart from credit card? I could send him $25 AU but I think that might be a lil bit useless to him.
Yes, it will be. For one thing, sending cash through the mail is likely to result in it not being delivered. For another, you need 25 US dollars.

Fortunately, there's a solution. Go to your nearest major post office and ask for an international money order made out in US dollars. All you need is cash -- they'll work out the exchange rate for you. There'll be a small fee charged on top of the value of the order, so if you're thinking of registering several games it's better to do them all at once with a single order.

With your method of payment now sorted out, you can follow the instructions for ordering by mail here.

[ Friday, March 23, 2007 02:15: Message edited by: Thuryl ]

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Originally written by E=MC Hammered:

I could send him $25 AU but I think that might be a lil bit useless to him.
Yeah, people just don't use gold as currency anymore.

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That would be "Au", Tully.
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Oh, so just because I'm not an oldbie means I'm not allowed to make lame jokes like they do?

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Correct. :P

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I paid for exile 3 with American Cash. Mind you it was all one dollar bills left over from a trip to disney land. :)

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Originally written by Mysterious Man:

I feel so. so. so. little. and unknown. Maybe one day I'll successfully return to full time message board posting.
Don't worry MM Even I recognize you, and Im a noob myself. :)

Oh and um I should say that the way I registered the games was by buying a litte Gift Card Credit card at the bank anfd using it for the method of payment, it works quite nicely, and I have used it for online games as well.

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