If you want the steam key, go find your humble indie bundle 2 page, and its there. Have fun!
A fan of the Humble Indie Bundle? You already own this game.
@CptBedlam @Hero_Swe If you guys go to the humble bundle homepage and click on the Login/Signup button on the top right-hand corner you'll see an option to create an account. Do so using the e-mail you used to purchase prior bundles and it should recognize that you have. You'll find that all your older bundles have been conveniently added to the page.
Edit: Should add that you'll find all your older bundles that are linked to that email address. If you've used a different e-mail address throughout the humble bundle lifetime you'll probably need to create multiple accounts.
@randombattle: That's being pretty unfair. Data Realms has been making continuous updates to the game's engine for years now, they just don't have the same amount of assets available to them as, say, Minecraft or Terraria.
Also I'm fairly certain they never said that the game was complete, it's just reached a stable enough build to be released publicly
For those of whom that bought Cortex Command long before the first Humble Indie Bundle was created, then you can find your new Steam Key here http://licensing.datarealms.com/licensing/
Enter your login and it will show you your Steam key....and man does this look like I am stealing your details..... here is the offical link to the forum post.
I am one of the cool kids! I have been playing CC since......FUCK!! Since Build 14 back in 2007.....wow.....
OH and if you are like me and bought it that long ago, there was a point they had to switch the accounts and license. You had to convert at the time. That was years ago....I dont know how to fix that now.
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