The ‘Machinarium Pirate Amnesty’

Ben Parfitt
The ‘Machinarium Pirate Amnesty’

Amanita Design, the widely applauded Czechoslovakian adventure games studio, is calling for amnesty after its most recent title has been reportedly stung by widespread piracy.

The studio’s official website – where Machinarium was being sold at $20 – has announced the game will retail at $5 until Thursday August 12th.

In what is being labelled the ‘Machinarium Pirate Amnesty’, Amanita says the cut-price title offers those who pirated it a “chance to redeem themselves”.

Read Amanita’s blog post: “Our estimate from the feedback is that only 5-15% of Machinarium players actually paid for the game. If you decide to buy the game, you can be sure you’ll support directly the developers, not any big publisher or distributor”.

Develop has the full story.

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