IainMcNeil wrote:DRM is commonly used to describe systems like Steam where you have some form of online activation or pinging a server to allow you to play and limited numbers of installs.
DRM is protection which removes hardware independance from the customer:
If the customer wants to install and play his game, he has to submit to the hardware or the drivers of the publisher:
like the server of Steam (even GamersGate), or the DVD drivers of Starforce.
DRM make the PC games like console games.
We don't, so as I said we have no DRM. You can try to interpret in other ways if you want
No, since you don't really give the patches, your game is DRM protected, for we can't download and keep the complete
game (installation plus patch installer) all on
our harddrive (we need to connect to patch).
What is DRM-free is the first released version, it's like we buy a demo version if we can't connect to your server.