Pricing of Construct 2?

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  • I be using the freebie until I can get the money (still unemployed since layoff and still working on the rent payment here <img src="smileys/smiley21.gif" border="0" align="middle" /> ). I had some chap in another post say s/he not understand why people say "they have no money." As stated in my reply, every circumstance is different. As I get better in CC and learn some C2 (all time permitting), I would then plan to buy the non-business version. Just give me time.

    Anyway, to my question that someone may already have asked and had answered somewhere in these boards for which I am not going to go searching for, and this maybe a silly silly question, but the buying option is just for the license itself, and not a different copy of the setup executable, right? We can download the free version and later buy the license to just enter in, aye?

    Thanks, all.

  • I'm not just playing devil's advocate here - I'm being completely honest - I think c2 is too cheap. For the non-early adopter versions, licenses should expire (or something similar) every x years.

    Also, the commercial version is a bit wonky - it should get more money per project. I mean, the guy is already making $5000 (not profit, of course, there are also the costs of development like programming, art assets creation, music, etc), $99 is nothing.

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  • We can download the free version and later buy the license to just enter in, aye?

    Yup, you get sent a license file and you can put that either in the install directory, My Documents, or use the 'enter license' button in the about screen. Then, the free edition automatically upgrades to licensed - there isn't a different download.

    Fimbul: we suggested subscriptions earlier this year. We suggested having a small yearly fee and then you get Construct 3, Construct 4 etc. included with that. However, it was really unpopular and put off a large number of people. So we've gone for the traditional model of buy a major version then have the option of buying again when a new major version comes out.

  • > We can download the free version and later buy the license to just enter in, aye?

    Yup, you get sent a license file and you can put that either in the install directory, My Documents, or use the 'enter license' button in the about screen. Then, the free edition automatically upgrades to licensed - there isn't a different download.

    Thanks, palie. I appreciate the info.

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