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Crazysoft offers Palm Game Rentals

According to the Crazysoft newsletter and website, you can now rent any game from Crazysoft.  This is a new spin for Palm software and should be interesting to see if anyone else follows...  The policy at Crazysoft seems like a good one.  You rent for a low price ($2.95) and unlimited access to the software as if it were a full purchased version.  The only restriction is that it can only be run 50 times.  You can re-rent the same title up to 5 times before it automatically becomes a full version.

By renting a game (2.95$) you will have:

  1. FULL ACCESS to the game. (Like the full version)
  2. NO TIME LIMITS! (Play whenever you wish)
  3. You may start 50 new games and then the rental code will expire.
  4. If you rent the same game for the 5th time then the rental version automatically becomes a FULL version.

I like demo software and have endured my share of long wait times on things I've for some reason just chosen not to purchase. This would force my hand a bit to see if I really wanted something or not after I had used it a bunch of times.  It seems like a great idea for a small publisher, though the flip side is that since you need to pay to play (literally in this case) you might not be as likely to simply try something new.

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Posted by atmasphere on December 3, 2004 at 12:56 PM

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by Lure_Angler | Dec 4, 2004 12:00:14 PM

Dear Sir,

I know it is a little off-topic but I think I have to bring it up.

Your blog has been one of the most important factor that eventually led to my very own Treo 600 (Loving it now...) All your essays on the Treo functionality has been awesome. I especially liked the one on Treo and entertainment.

In addition, you briefly mentioned that the Treo can be used to remote access personal computer. (Eg Access shared folders, mp3, Word docs etc)

However, it is kind of disappointing. I tried to look around for some information on setting up a connection between Treo and the PC but nothing conclusive was found. There isn't a comprehensive guide to guide along new users like me. (Especially for users with routers) I played around with WiFile but somehow it just cannot connect.

I do really hope that you come out with an essay on this functionality of Treo and help some noob users....I think we will all appreciate it. :D

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