They have a feature that lets you set a goal for your sales total which I think helps drive sales. Certainly helped me this weekend. Some crazy/nice person payed $250 for the game. o.O Don't know if it was a fan of my work or a VR enthusiast or what. Whoever it was, they payed for most of the Rift DK2 that I ordered yesterday. *Thank you anonymous Internet person! *
Actually did pretty well in addition to that massive donation - almost met my goal with an additional 100 purchases. People sure love a bargain priced game.
I'm planning a sale on Steam this month, too which I'm hoping will add another surge of players - and income. My daily sales on Steam have not been as high as I'd hoped. Pretty much lost in the crowd there so far.
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