[RMMV] The Enigma Protector.

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  1. SomaelCK

    SomaelCK Lv 99 Simple Sheep Veteran

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    So, it can be used for software licensing/DRM for commercial RMMV games?
    Anyone has any experience with it? How was it?
     
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    I actually thought this was the name of a game

    i'd love if you could clarify on what that is
     
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    RMMV just came out yesterday. I believe it'll be at least 6 months before anyone comes up with an RMMV commercial game.
     
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    Doesn't have to be if you had an Ace game near completion and port it over..
     
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    Well, It's some sort of like DRM/software passport solution, which is, at one point, most commercial devs are going to look into it.

    If you are making a game from scratch, it maybe true, but my current project "Wanda" is near completion and use as little extra script as possible. I think it can be ported easily to MV. But I'm just looking for the possibilities right now. :)

    Ditto!
     
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    Kes Global Moderators Global Mod

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    I've had a brief look at it.  it seems there are two basic types, free and paid.

    Free is probably very close to the encryption that Ace had, and is fine for non commercial games.

    The paid version has higher level encryption, though, as we know, people can still hack at that level.  I couldn't see from the web site what (if anything) it added to the usual installers, or, indeed, if you need an installer as well as this, so that would be an aspect you would need to check out.
     
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