Gaslamp Games Inc. hereby gives permission to ANY third party to use images and sounds from Gaslamp Games Inc.’s video game Dungeons of Dredmor in “Let’s Play” videos, reviews, or any equivalent content on YouTube (www.youtube.com).
If you do choose to use images or sounds from Dungeons of Dredmor on a video, we hereby request that you include the following copyright notice:
This authorization is given if the video is monetized or contains advertisements or other commercial goals. You don’t have to, but if you do, hey that’s cool.
If you make a whole lot of money playing Dungeons of Dredmor, and buy yourself a tasty beverage, we hereby request that you say “Skol” before drinking it one time.
Furthermore, if you are affected by administrator removal of content which you have made due to the inclusion of Dungeons of Dredmor content in a video, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can work with YouTube on your behalf.
(Also, we’ll include Clockwork Empires in this statement when it’s ready for the world, and when the world is ready for it.)
The new DungeonsofDredmor.com now exists in this world! And it’s new! And Brax would very much like you to buy things from it, why don’t you. The prices are absolutely subterranean! (In, say, a series of dungeons, if you will. We all got that? Good.)
Brax does not agree with Batty’s business sense regarding certain expansion packs.
In all, we’re quite pleased to finally have this all put together. You can buy the game from our distribution partners, including Humble, Steam, and Desura, or perhaps pick up an expansion, order up a t-shirt, the game soundtrack, or perhaps your very own adorable stuffed diggle who hates you so much, but not that much. For those of you who bought Dredmor during our placement in the Humble Introversion Bundle, you can now enjoy high-quality, DRM-free expansion packs purchased directly from us (well, via the Humble Store.)
Props to the good folks of Chestnut St. Pixel Foundry for doing the design (drop them a line if you have need of some sort of graphical design — they also did this site, gaslampgames.com, and the Gaslamp Games company logo). Props as well to our own Derek Bonner for doing the coding and smart server type things.
First for Windows and Mac, and now, the fabled Linux client. While the Linux client for Steam is still in a closed beta test, those who have access to it should now be able to purchase Dredmor for Linux (as well as a slew of other great games). Also, of course, if you are in the beta and already own Dredmor on Steam, you should just be able to download it and give those Diggles what-for.
As ever, the Dungeons of Dredmor binaries available through Steam are DRM free, but if you would prefer some other means of procuring our exotic Linuxian delicacies, we are in the process of rebuilding the DungeonsOfDredmor.com website to include the ability to purchase all of the expansions (as well as a complete pack) through the Humble Store, also DRM free, and for every platform. Because we love you guys. <3
Mr. Matthew Steele, musician & sound artist for Dungeons of Dredmor, has just released his Conquest of the Wizardlands EP featuring fresh-hot tunes from the latest Dredmor expansion pack Temporal Parod(y)ox and Diggle Hell is a Real (Swinging) Place.
Give it a listen on his bandcamp site and if you like what you hear, why not give the man a dollar for putting a little swing in your step?
First, for those of you who are worried about international shipping – fear not! ShouldBee says it’s coming, and they will be setting it live as soon as they get back from PAX and everybody recovers from whatever variant of the death flu is going around this year.
Second, the first 100 people to order a Diggle Plushie will get, as an added bonus, an original sketch by a Gaslamp Artist Person (or me, if you’re very unlucky), on really nice, high-quality paper, signed by as many members of the Gaslamp crew that we can get to serviceably hold a pen.
Some of you may have noticed that certain people, including a Mr. TotalBiscuit, have been receiving the gift of Diggle Plushies at this week’s Penny Arcade Expo. That’s because, when we arrived at PAX, we were greeted with the following horrific, terrifying, nightmarish monster zoo: