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Dear All!!

I'm Riccardo, and I bought ComiPo! from steam. I have the problem that the assets cannot be used out of RPG Maler series even if in the steam FAQ and license is written : " The individual assets included in ComiPo (such as the characters, expressions, props, background, etc.) can only be used in ComiPo!, RPG Maker XP/VX/Ace, IG Maker, and dojinshi works. If you wish to use the assets outside of these programs or works, please consult with the developers by visiting the following page: http://www.comipo.com/en/support/ "

So, I need to use them in Unity, so I contact the support and there are no way to use that (so, why write to contact them if it is never possible?). Someone have this same problem with these tool?

Or have you got some alternatives to design my characters? I can't draw :)
 

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If support already told you that you can't use the assets in Unity then you can't.
We also don't support other game engines (such as Unity) in this forum so I'll have to close this topic down. You are asking for assets for another game engine.
 
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