@The Sorcerer I work for a tutoring company. They hired me because of my experience in several languages prime for teaching kids, as well as video game development, which is something kids are, naturally, very interested in and something that they have not yet tapped into as a market. They didn't pick me because I teach Game Maker Studio. They picked me because I teach Game Dev. I can teach game dev on Godot, App Game Kit, Leadwerks and Unreal. YoYo decided that this is not a good enough way of getting sales then I guess another company will get the money of my students. And that's $40 or a $100 that is not going into YoYo's pockets. Considering this is all about income for YoYo, this take seems counter intuitive. But I guess if them twisting hands and switching to the 30 day trial is going to be more profitable then power to them. I have alternatives. As I said. I can get kids to buy Game Maker after about 10 lessons. The kids have a blast learning game dev and parents see that. That's not going to happen now. At least not with Game Maker being the final point of sale.