replay of trials

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Games' started by stratts28, Apr 28, 2008.

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    stratts28 Guest

    I was just curious to know if there's any way to reset the tracking of
    expired game trials. I've come across a few demo's I like but can not
    justify 20 bucks for a game I will finish in a week! I've tried to search
    for different download sites, but, they mostly go through the same publisher
    so no more play for me :( Any advice would be appriciated!
     
    stratts28, Apr 28, 2008
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    Spook 13 Guest

    Spook 13, Apr 28, 2008
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    Dave Cox Guest

    Yea! Stop being so cheap. If you like the game pay for it.
     
    Dave Cox, Apr 28, 2008
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    Andy [YaYa] Guest

    I'm glad someone said it before me. I know Game Developers get decently
    paid now a days, but they work hard, and some of them don't get paid that
    much. Games might even cost less if more people stopped trying to cheat the
    system. You've had your 20-days, if you like the game pony up the
    greenbacks. If you can't justify the expenditure, uninstall and move onto
    something else.
     
    Andy [YaYa], Apr 29, 2008
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    stratts28 Guest

    Sorry if this posts twice. I actually am referring to the 60 min trial
    games like diner dash and the like. If I had a 20 day trial, I would not
    have any issues believe me. And If I was referring to a highly involved game
    like warcraft or risk, I would have NO problem paying 20 dollars for the full
    version. I respect the game developers but like i said 20 buck for the type
    of game I was talking about seems pretty steep. I am NOT cheap and do not
    appriciate being called so. I thought this was a place to come for help and
    advice, not to be insulted.
     
    stratts28, May 1, 2008
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    Andy [YaYa] Guest

    Well that's just it, you're playing a game where if you can't determine
    it's worth buying in 5 minutes, (let alone 60 minutes,) then you're
    never gonna buy it.

    Honestly I think I've played Diner Dash a TOTAL of 60 minutes, and I
    paid the $ for it. I will be the first to admit I am a total cheap
    bastard, sorry you take offense. I personally think games are WAY
    overpriced now a days, espically with digital content delivery, you'd
    think the prices would drop a lot. Peruse the Steam catalog sometime,
    there are a lot of good deals, but they aren't any lower than where you
    can get the game from other places, and in some cases they are higher.

    DD is a casual game, if you haven't gotten a feel for the game after 60
    minutes then you probably were not going to pay for it in the first
    place, and there are ways to never have to pay for the game, but I won't
    tell you how to do that on a Microsoft forum.
     
    Andy [YaYa], May 2, 2008
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    rwphilips Guest

    Most of these games save the time left in some coded version in the
    registry...
     
    rwphilips, May 5, 2008
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