berpdreyfuss wrote:Yes, humble keys would be nice! If it doesn't work, I'll buy again anyway to have a non-steam, non-web version.
There's a little bit of confusion going on here with the naming of versions (There was also some misunderstanding on the steam forums about drm).
On the humble store, if it says drm-free, I expect an installer or zip file of the game that needs no platform like steam to run and that I can install without any kind of protection mechanism. In a way, that's what I think of also with the term "stand-alone", that it works without any other seperate software (steam, browser), though it doesn't have to be drm free for that.
But these definitions are not exact and only refer to past experiences.
Not sure about Humble keys, I don't think they work the same way Steam does... The DRM-free build is just a straight-up zip of the game. You actually don't even need Steam running to play the game after you get it from Steam in the first place. Again, nobody believes us when we say DRM-free. It's really annoying that saying "Steam" automatically tars you with the same brush as Ubisoft.
berpdreyfuss wrote:Will it be possible to transfer save states from the web version?
Yes. Just log in with your existing account