Humble Bundle, the company that sells DRM free games and gives a slice of them to charities, has released another mobile bundle for us to enjoy.
Gameloft has once again revised their DRM policy with a change to the ability to re-download purchased games once you get a new Android device. Previously, unless you went through customer service, you wouldn’t be able to download purchased games onto your new Android device. That has changed.
Keeping on with this weeks trend of talking about Gameloft, at CES 2011 I was talking to the fine folks over at the Verizon booth and the topic of Gameloft came up. A fellow gamer over at the Verizon booth was talking to us and we happen to mention the issue many people have with Gameloft not putting their games up on the market.
Gameloft’s DRM policy was brought up yesterday after Dave Loft sent tips out to a few sites. I found out about it right away but decided to not post anything about it until thinking it through for a bit. Gameloft’s DRM policy is terrible. It is every developers right as to whether or not they use the Android market for sales but policies like this do no good.