Most accessible game developers follow the same moddel. It is generally
understood if you test a game for a game developer you usually get a
free game out of the process. So it is pretty much expected by this
David Chittenden wrote:
I have never been involved in private beta of accessible games. For
the business and productivity software which I have tested, receiving
a copy of the software is standard practice. Then again, there is a
lot involved in such forms of beta testing. I just assumed that
private game testing followed the same model. I sincerely apologize
for my incorrect understanding.
David Chittenden, MSc, CRC, MRCAA
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