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Considering buying World of Goo from Ubuntu Software Center, but not sure what happens after that.

All my computers use the same Ubuntu SSO account - does this mean I can install it on more than one machine for the one fee?

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Yes, you can do it via single sso account, But it may be illegal as per the terms and conditions of that game –  Tachyons Dec 27 '12 at 16:24
    
...and you don't get to see those until you've commited to pay? –  artfulrobot Dec 27 '12 at 16:42
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@Tachyons I recommend posting that, or something like it, as an answer. artfulrobot: That's a good point. Arguably paid apps should be required to show you the EULA before you buy them. I recommend reporting that as a bug. I'd report it against the software-center package in Ubuntu. If it's not considered a real bug, it can be closed; if it belongs somewhere else, it can be retargeted to affect a different project/package. –  Eliah Kagan Dec 27 '12 at 17:07

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I would recommend buying the game on steam. If you do so you would be able to install and use it on multiple machines and/or operating systems. Though I don't know how stable the steam linux beta currently is running. It is worth a shot.

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