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I have sent an e-mail response to your previous post. Thanks again for all the help!

Thanks for the suggestion! I decided to do just that, and I then realized that I could create a fan account. So I did. But what I didn't expect was that I must have made a previous order on the site--the Super Hexagon soundtrack--and after buying your soundtrack and creating a new account, it automatically linked my old Super Hexagon soundtrack to my newly-created account. So now I'm set with both the Super Hexagon and Super Win the Game soundtracks, ready to go. And even better, the Android app rounds up all the music I bought, so I can listen to it wherever I go.

Awesome! Again, thanks for the recommendation! I have also bought the game on the Humble Store (which included a Steam key, and the soundtrack), so I feel like I have at least contributed enough. :) Thanks for your work on the game. The only thing I want now: For the original You Have To Win The Game to be tied to my Steam account (ie. so it remains in my library, even after formatting or installing on a new machine). If that would mean another paid DLC, Hell, even add a $1 paid "donation," I would be happy do do it. :) Thanks again!

I forgot when I blindly just accepted the defaults when purchasing Super Win the Game that by spending $9.99 (more than the default of $7.99), you will also receive the soundtrack to the game. Is there any way, without actually having to pay full price to buy another full "copy" of the game (and then having a redundant copy on my account) to just pay the difference (as in, like what desktop client calls "tipping" the creator--paying more money to the author of the game) and receive access to the soundtrack file through my current download page?