Over the years, they did do that.
Why? That they did this at all, and offered nice quality titles is very generous indeed. They could have simply closed and gave us the June 29th redemption time.
The Coin Shop has never worked like that. Part of the intrigue was in seeing what was new next - sort of how Humble Monthly worked before it became Choice, except of course, you give Humble real dollars.
Been suggested before but the games were a limited time offer that you either got lucky enough to snag or you didn’t. For instance, the last Moons of Madness giveaway that I missed because I didn’t do the task the same night. Wishlist item and I missed it. Sad, but happens.
That’d either giving the staff more on their work load or a might interesting algorithm. Either way, that’s a lot of implementation for what is specifically a last hurrah and act of generosity by the site.
On the surface, that’s not a bad idea. It’d be a way to reward customers for loyally logging into the site. However, spinning the coin daily wasn’t exactly a show of loyalty. ( See all the post above with people saying they’ll leave now that the Coin Shop is closing). So how exactly, does Chrono as a store, a business seeking to make profit like any other, benefit from putting additional discounts on top of deals that are usually either a historical low, or equal the last historically low price elsewhere?
Who knows? Maybe you’ll find one. I’m staying because I love the community here and the staff is considerate and try to be quick with queries and concerns from us as customers.
Wish you the best and perhaps if you don’t already, try following the doings of EGS - their freebies are up for 1 week at a time, and I’ve not hear about them running out licenses to give out. I try not to think about what their budget must look like. O_o Generosity is expensive for the giver.