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Does "Get" mean a game/app is free?

richie22.2024
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If A game says get instead of a price for the game, Is the game free? When I look at the preview for the game, it says that there is a 14 day trial. But it says get without a price tag when I look at it on the store. Any  information would be greatly appreciated.

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Choleni
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Hi @richie22.2024 🙂

"get" means it is free, but usually, games with free trials have two buttons to tab on.

One says "free trial", the other shows the price.

Which game are we talking about. Would you tell me the name?

 

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Choleni
MVP
MVP

Hi @richie22.2024 🙂

"get" means it is free, but usually, games with free trials have two buttons to tab on.

One says "free trial", the other shows the price.

Which game are we talking about. Would you tell me the name?

 

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