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games that have cards and many do not know !!steam forgot to update the sales menu of some games like: https://store.steampowered.com/app/338110/Khaba/ https://store.steampowered.com/app/629770/Tiny_Echo/
https://store.steampowered.com/app/387290/Ori_and_the_Blind_Forest_Definitive_Edition/ *who knows of others, please put here my friends!!!!!
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its free. how can we drop card?
Silentrets add it to your library and you can make packs with gems to build in-game badges
thank you :)
The game got cards late last year, after 6+ years without them! Just discovered this myself a week or three ago.
Neat little game BTW, from David Szymanski, AKA the guy who led the development of DUSK. A Wolf in Autumn is my least favorite game of his, but it's still worth a playthrough at just $2.
not the game, just tools i use to know if a game have cards
steam web integration (a script, use tampermonkey or similiar extension to use in browser)
got cards after 7 years
The Innsmouth Case (3/6)
KRUM - Edge Of Darkness got cards after seven(!) years. To celebrate the miracle there's a special promotion until 28 September with 75% off EUR 0.39 (historical low). We live in interesting times truly.
thanks for infomation!
Voxel Warfare Online a game removed from Steam in 2019:
today began dropping cards for me suddenly
What do you mean by suddenly? You probably activated it today.
Not at all, I let run Idle Master to drop cards of another game and noticed Voxel Warfare being idled also. I definitely didn't buy or activate the game recently. Otherwise I wouldn't find it noteworthy enough to mention it.
Just asking because it was in a giveaway that ended today a few hours ago. It was one of the games in the Firehawk 21 Pack on givee.
That's the solution to the riddle probably. The key I got activated https://store.steampowered.com/app/962070/Angry_King/ so I didn't make the connection. Thanks for clarifying this conundrum.
What do you guys think of the theory that certain games' communities get pushed with the lowest value card drop algorithmically when internal algorithms detects that a single third-party trader has locked in and is artificially shortening and inflating the market for everyone?
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That game doesn't have any cards ...