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To learn more about a game, including downloading a demo of the game, please see the links in the top menu. Buying from Arcen is fast, easy, and secure. There is No DRM beyond the simple license keys on our older titles (and our newer ones don’t even have that). Thank you for your support of our games!

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The Last Federation
4X / Simulation / Turn-based Tactics
Add to Cart    $19.99
AI War Collection
AI War: Fleet Command plus all 5 expansions.
Add to Cart    $16.99
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Bionic Dues
Tactical Roguelite with Mech customization.
Add to Cart    $9.99
Skyward Collapse Complete
God Game. Skyward Collapse plus 1 expansion.
Add to Cart    $6.99 $1.75
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A Valley Without Wind 1 & 2
1: Procedural Metroidvania with crafting.
2: Procedural Contra-like with Strategy Layer.
Add to Cart    $14.99 $3.75
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Shattered Haven
Retro top-down atmospheric Adventure.
Add to Cart    $9.99 $2.50
Tidalis
Block-based Puzzle Game.
Add to Cart    $4.99 $1.25

NO DRM

We’ve been asked if our games contain any DRM, and the answer is, emphatically, no.  AI War and some of its expansions currently have a simple license key (which turns the trial version into the full version), but that’s it. No need to contact our servers during install, no hidden drivers, no encryption, or install limits.  And we’ll be removing the need for license keys in that game once we get the next expansion out — having the license keys at all is a legacy thing.

We want to make it easy on our customers, and we’ve never really felt like DRM works, anyway. If you like our games, please buy them so that we can make more, but we’re not about to start treating our real customers like thieves just to thwart the inevitable pirates.

The license keys on our older titles were there in order to make it easy for us to freely distribute the full versions of the games in a shareware-like fashion — you could get the demo installer from anywhere, and then convert it into the full version with a tiny little text key.  Handy for you and us!  But ultimately that was a minor annoyance for folks, so starting in 2013 we moved away from that model for our direct-download titles.  And then in 2014 we began converting all of our older titles to have no-license-key versions.