But I ramble. The real beauty of the Glyde system lies not in its well designed and managed web page, but in how they handle their mailing. Once your game sells on Glyde you are notified via email, then, within a few days a large envelope will arrive at your door. Inside of that envelope is another large envelope all ready to be mailed out, you simply drop the game in, seal the envelope up, and pop it in your mail box. You don't have to address anything or even lick a stamp, the mail goes out the next day, and if the person who receives the game does not report that the game is unplayable or horribly scratched, the money is deposited into your Glyde account, from where it can be deposited into a bank account or turned into a check that they will mail to the address of your choice.
Essentially its a simple to use system that lets you sell your video games from the comfort of your home with minimal effort. And you'll be making more money than you would selling the game via conventional methods. Anyway folks, thanks for reading!