Michael Parks wrote: »
We don't give Steam codes for our games as of right now, but you can pretty easily add a shortcut to any of the games in Steam's games library.
Edoardo wrote: »
Yes, I agree,;) it would be very nice.
For example, guys at TheHumbleBundle when you purchase a bundle of indie games from their website, they give you also the code to redeem your games directly on steam, not via a link of an externally installation.
I REALLY appreciate it if you'll do it in the future... PLEASE! Something tells me that I'm not the only one who will be happy of the service (a second code, valid on Steam, along with the original TelltaleGames one - for each purchased game, or per "season" if that apply).
Thanks a lot in advance in any case, have a nice day.
NSpringfield wrote: »
This is pretty great, but is any of your codes working, guys? I've tried entering mine, but it says it's already been used by an existing Steam account
Eas7wood wrote: »
Sorry to resurrect this thread after almost one year.
But I bought Sam & Max Season 1 back in 2007 (for Windows) and got my physical copy. 6 years later I want to play it again - but since I moved to OS X and my iMac not having an optical drive there is no way for me to play besides buying an external drive or buying the game on steam again
So how is the current situation concering steam keys? I would love to play Sam & Max again..
Macfly77 wrote: »
Actually, no straight up Mac version of the first season exists at this time (so, Steam keys would not be helpful either).
There are ways to run the PC version on Mac, though (I personally used CrossOver Games - now, just CrossOver -, but people have had success with Wine).
puzzlebox wrote: »
If you bought the game in the Telltale store (and as far as I can tell, you did), it should be available for download on the Your Games page.