How Not To Scam Publishers For Free Games

How Not To Scam Publishers For Free Games

There are loads of kids out there who try and ask publishers for free games. Most of them are at least up-front about their pan-handling, maybe pointing to a YouTube or Twitch channel that nobody watches. But then there’s this guy, who was busted trying to straight-up scam indie publisher Devolver.

I hope he actually tried to enter those codes a few times before realising.

Note that the email address “” isn’t even Devolver’s actual email, which you can find by visiting the company’s site; it’s a very old email address you’d only find in a Google search (or at the bottom of old fake press releases).

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