(I’m responding to an old post, because people still make the same mistake.)
When you see anything advertised as free, you have to check to see if there is any fine print.
It’s like when you see “Zero Percent APR” on a credit card, there is almost always fine print, like this is an introductory rate only valid for the first 6 months, blah blah blah.
In the case of Choice of Games… let’s go to the main page, right?
Ok so one of the games I see advertised on the main page is Eagle’s Heir.
Let’s click Play Online.
I am now on this URL.
So if you scroll down, you see how they have two big grey buttons?
One says: Buy It Now for $4.99
The other says: Play Now For Free
Now, do you see directly above the Buy It Now button where it says:
You can play the first three chapters of the game for free. Purchase the rest of the game below.
That right there is not even fine print at all.
It’s normal print.
But people skip over it sometimes, and get confused.
But that’s the player’s fault for not reading, yeah?
It says clearly right there that you will only get to “play the first three chapters.”