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My games for free!

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You heard me. Any of my shareware games for free.

Free as in beer.

Free as in "you don't pay nuthin'"

How you may ask?

Well, it appears that Google is offering a $10 signup bonus if you open up a Google Checkout account and buy something.

So you do the math. Then signup using the link above. Then go here and nab yourself a game.

$10 signup bonus for Google Checkout - $9.95 for one of my games = FREE FREE FREE

Note, your mileage may vary. On the aforementioned signup page, there are loads of GC-enabled stores listed. I don't think the deal counts only for those stores, but I'm not 100% sure.

In any case, it's nothing outta your pocket, so give it a try.

Of course, you can always use that $10 worth of signup cash on something else, but looking at the list I think it's a good conclusion that my games are about the only thing that won't require anything outta your pocket.

They make great gifts! If you're an 18 year-old fanboy who only plays networked shooters, then give a copy of Duck Tiles or Bulldozer to your mom. She'll like it. Trust me.
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"we'll automatically apply a $10 bonus to your first purchase of $10 or more (before shipping & tax) from any store below."


hey genious...........if you want some poor schmuck to buy your crap you gotta be a listed store!!! can you read?????

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