Thank you for coming here to buy one of our games. This page is just to make it clear that you are buying the game from us, the publisher, and not from the site you've just clicked through from – they are acting as our affiliated agent. So the terms and conditions of purchase and so on are ours – you can see our terms and conditions here. The most important thing to note is that we offer a no-quibble refund if you're dissatisfied with the game – just let us know within 30 days of purchase and you'll be refunded in full.
IMPORTANT: please be aware that you are buying a game to download from our website, not a boxed game that we will send you in the mail.
Click the button to buy Court in the Act now via Paypal account, credit card or debit card for $39.99 (PayPal will convert this into your own currency, if you aren't from the USA):
A few notes of explanation about this process:
We don't have our own secure card-payment server. Instead the process is administered for us by PayPal, a specialist firm. (If you want to know more about them, click on their logo to the side here.) You'll see the url in your browser address bar change to starting with 'https://' instead of the usual 'http://', and you'll see a padlock appear at the bottom of your browser window. This is to indicate that the connection is now encrypted, and thus there is no danger of your card details going astray or being read by anyone that shouldn't. In fact, they don't get read by anyone at all, it's all automated. Neither we nor the PayPal staff will see your card details, or get any opportunity to keep them once the transaction's completed.
The UK's Consumer Rights Act 2015 says digital content must be as described, fit for purpose and of satisfactory quality.