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by NightBlade
2005-03-10, 00:20
Forum: Cafu Engine Support and Discussion
Topic: Licensing & Free Games
Replies: 4
Views: 5868

Thanks. But, this either means spending a long, long time learning C++, or scrapping the lead programmer. Decisions, decisions. Still, it all sounds great.
by NightBlade
2005-03-09, 03:58
Forum: Cafu Engine Support and Discussion
Topic: Licensing & Free Games
Replies: 4
Views: 5868

That means I can't try to use the GNU license, since I don't have all the code used for the game, but that sounds...phenominal! But, I don't even understand engines much (this isn't really my best subject); what programming language is needed to write a game using the Ca3DE-MDK?
by NightBlade
2005-03-08, 03:22
Forum: Cafu Engine Support and Discussion
Topic: Licensing & Free Games
Replies: 4
Views: 5868

Licensing & Free Games

Hello. I'm the project leader for a free (of cost), high-quality first person shooter (check the link in my signature) named Project Blizzard, and I was wondering if the license allowed for freeware, freely distributed games, and if this was covered under the term "commercial use".