I was wondering the same thing, decided to go ahead and pick up the Sega 48-game Mega Pack and find out. Here's how it worked: 1. Download the 12 separate .exes from your Amazon games/purchase page (each .exe is a little under 1Mb). 2. Run one of the .exes to launch the Amazon Downloader, which then downloads the actual setup app to your desktop (for example, SetUpGamePack1.exe, 23.4Mb). 3. You can then install the program right from the 'Amazon Download' window. But the full SetUp_whatever.exe is still going to be on your desktop. So, as far as I can tell, the games are DRM-free once you've gotten through the initial downloading portions. *And to be super clear - There are no codes/keys at all - No Steam* Hope that helps!