I got the same email too....
I am interested in the software as well, but to be careful, I tried google a bit but can't find any user review for the first version, and instead, I found yours.
But as I read your post above, it makes me even more curious, and suspicious.
Why? Here's the reason:
In the email, it mentioned that "Today we unveil the latest software from Game Academy, Project Zero 2. PZ2 is the FIRST drag and drop game
builder and ... ".
So, since it was just unveiled yesterday (Apr 5th), how come you received the same email dated Feb 25th or earlier?
I click on your link above, and true enough, the offer is expired. But if I provide you MY link (will PM you later), you can see for sure it's still running active. Or at least, for me.
If GameAcademy are luring buyers into purchasing their software this way, making buyer feels as if they are exclusively selected for this, they will be touched and convinced into purchasing it.
I guess, this kind of practice, very much reveal how unauthentic GameAcademy is into luring their site visitors. I wonder how many people had been conned into buying their software.
And I doubt now, will it actually work into creating one's own gaming app.