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« Reply #150 on: February 25, 2010, 04:35:08 PM »

Nope XD Got a new comp with Windows 7.  Besides, I never got the patch.
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« Reply #151 on: February 28, 2010, 04:04:44 AM »

E-mailed you guys a couple of times, but no reply . . . sent from so.orange
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« Reply #152 on: March 01, 2010, 05:57:57 PM »

It's been about 10 days or so since I purchased Aquaria and reported that my download didn't work, but I haven't received any reply from admin@bit-blot.com or zaphire@gmail.com. I purchased it through the link on this site and everything went through fine. After following the link from Plimus, I received a 403 (access forbidden) error... all subsequent attempts display some nifty HTML telling me that I'm out of luck on the matter.

Alec, or whoever has the authority, please respond to my email from...

cody (underscore) kostiuk (at) yahoo (dot) ca

...thank you! ;-)
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« Reply #153 on: March 01, 2010, 07:49:03 PM »

He said (somewhere) that admin@bit-blot.com was full of spam and he doesn't check it, I think.

AFAIK a PM would work, but he's super busy I think.
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« Reply #154 on: March 02, 2010, 12:59:12 AM »

He said (somewhere) that admin@bit-blot.com was full of spam and he doesn't check it, I think.

AFAIK a PM would work, but he's super busy I think.

Well, you know... whenever he gets a moment, I guess. ;-)

I don't use any instant messenger stuff so hopefully he checks these forums in the next while.

Edit: I thought you were referring to IM. I sent a PM as well now. Thanks for the suggestion. PS - Anybody got his phone number? ;-)
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« Reply #155 on: March 02, 2010, 01:42:36 AM »

Honestly from the consumer side I'd suggest purchasing through Steam.
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« Reply #156 on: March 05, 2010, 12:22:40 AM »

Honestly from the consumer side I'd suggest purchasing through Steam.

Yeah... I thought about that, but I figured the developers would get more money through the link on their site. I'm now sending out psychic signals for the administrators to answer my email. If this doesn't work, I'm going to build a time machine and warn my past self of the situation. ;-)
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« Reply #157 on: March 09, 2010, 07:04:12 PM »

It's getting close to 3 weeks now without any response.  I sure would love to play this game. Yes, I would. ;-)
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« Reply #158 on: March 10, 2010, 06:27:19 AM »

Hello guys.
Thanks to WinXP reinstall need latest version of Aquaria to install again, I tried using plimus but said that needed to contact manufacturer.
Tried sending Alec an email but so far no response.

Are there any particular instructions to request a  re-download?

Thanks in advance.
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« Reply #159 on: March 15, 2010, 06:04:27 AM »

Plimus re-activated my download link and everything is peachy.

When I first encountered the problem, all the information Plimus gave lead me to believe that my only course of action was to contact Bit Blot. Of course, I now know that this is not true. I just received an email reminder of my purchase from Plimus and that if I had any problems, to follow a link...

http://home.plimus.com/ecommerce/buyers/buyers-support

... I selected an option for "Non-responsive Vendor" on the linked page and gave a brief description of the problem. Within a day I had my download link re-activated and now I'm swimming away in the murky depths of bliss. Oddly enough, there was a stipulation in the email saying that if after 2 days the vendor does not respond, then fill out the support form and submit it to Plimus. 2 days? How nice of them to tell me this after 21 days of passively telling me to go bother Bit Blot.

Hopefully, this helps others who are looking to download Aquaria again. Just request a download from Bit Blot, wait 2 days and visit Plimus' support page. Of course, you should have your order number handy and, I'd imagine, use the same email address as you did with your original order and there should be no issues with the request.

I'd just like to say that I would have appreciated a clearly posted locked sticky thread with a link to Plimus' support page detailing how to re-download an order. It would have saved me some time, you know? ;-)
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« Reply #160 on: March 16, 2010, 03:46:39 PM »

Plimus re-activated my download link and everything is peachy.

When I first encountered the problem, all the information Plimus gave lead me to believe that my only course of action was to contact Bit Blot. Of course, I now know that this is not true. I just received an email reminder of my purchase from Plimus and that if I had any problems, to follow a link...

http://home.plimus.com/ecommerce/buyers/buyers-support

... I selected an option for "Non-responsive Vendor" on the linked page and gave a brief description of the problem. Within a day I had my download link re-activated and now I'm swimming away in the murky depths of bliss. Oddly enough, there was a stipulation in the email saying that if after 2 days the vendor does not respond, then fill out the support form and submit it to Plimus. 2 days? How nice of them to tell me this after 21 days of passively telling me to go bother Bit Blot.

Hopefully, this helps others who are looking to download Aquaria again. Just request a download from Bit Blot, wait 2 days and visit Plimus' support page. Of course, you should have your order number handy and, I'd imagine, use the same email address as you did with your original order and there should be no issues with the request.

I'd just like to say that I would have appreciated a clearly posted locked sticky thread with a link to Plimus' support page detailing how to re-download an order. It would have saved me some time, you know? ;-)


I am trying that right now to hopefully get a re-download.
EDIT: I just got the link from plimus after 1 hour of sending them the "vendor non responsive" option. that is a good thing.
The bad thing is, seems to be version 1.1.1   Sad  well, at least its a download.  Smiley
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« Reply #161 on: March 16, 2010, 03:50:13 PM »

Plimus re-activated my download link and everything is peachy.

When I first encountered the problem, all the information Plimus gave lead me to believe that my only course of action was to contact Bit Blot. Of course, I now know that this is not true. I just received an email reminder of my purchase from Plimus and that if I had any problems, to follow a link...

http://home.plimus.com/ecommerce/buyers/buyers-support

... I selected an option for "Non-responsive Vendor" on the linked page and gave a brief description of the problem. Within a day I had my download link re-activated and now I'm swimming away in the murky depths of bliss. Oddly enough, there was a stipulation in the email saying that if after 2 days the vendor does not respond, then fill out the support form and submit it to Plimus. 2 days? How nice of them to tell me this after 21 days of passively telling me to go bother Bit Blot.

Hopefully, this helps others who are looking to download Aquaria again. Just request a download from Bit Blot, wait 2 days and visit Plimus' support page. Of course, you should have your order number handy and, I'd imagine, use the same email address as you did with your original order and there should be no issues with the request.

I'd just like to say that I would have appreciated a clearly posted locked sticky thread with a link to Plimus' support page detailing how to re-download an order. It would have saved me some time, you know? ;-)
Ok, seriously, this needs to be added to the OP
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« Reply #162 on: March 16, 2010, 05:11:55 PM »

I just got the link from plimus after 1 hour of sending them the "vendor non responsive" option. that is a good thing.
The bad thing is, seems to be version 1.1.1   Sad  well, at least its a download.  Smiley
I thought 1.1.1 was the latest version. Oh well... ;-)

When the administrators get back from their vacation, hopefully they correct this problem and make sure Plimus has the most recent version of the game. So what improvements are in the newer one? Should I hold off playing the game or is it just improved stability?
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« Reply #163 on: March 16, 2010, 09:02:15 PM »

I think it is.
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« Reply #164 on: March 16, 2010, 11:03:39 PM »

Plimus re-activated my download link and everything is peachy.

When I first encountered the problem, all the information Plimus gave lead me to believe that my only course of action was to contact Bit Blot. Of course, I now know that this is not true. I just received an email reminder of my purchase from Plimus and that if I had any problems, to follow a link...

http://home.plimus.com/ecommerce/buyers/buyers-support

... I selected an option for "Non-responsive Vendor" on the linked page and gave a brief description of the problem. Within a day I had my download link re-activated and now I'm swimming away in the murky depths of bliss. Oddly enough, there was a stipulation in the email saying that if after 2 days the vendor does not respond, then fill out the support form and submit it to Plimus. 2 days? How nice of them to tell me this after 21 days of passively telling me to go bother Bit Blot.

Hopefully, this helps others who are looking to download Aquaria again. Just request a download from Bit Blot, wait 2 days and visit Plimus' support page. Of course, you should have your order number handy and, I'd imagine, use the same email address as you did with your original order and there should be no issues with the request.

I'd just like to say that I would have appreciated a clearly posted locked sticky thread with a link to Plimus' support page detailing how to re-download an order. It would have saved me some time, you know? ;-)
Ok, seriously, this needs to be added to the OP
So we're going to keep quoting it. XD

Also, V1.1.1 is latest off Plimus, it's V1.1.2 on Steam... or V1.2, I'm not sure.
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