- Feb 17, 2015
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- Primarily Uses
Oic, thanks for clarifying that. Kind of a shame I didn't download all of them in the past. Oh well.
Thanks EAD, sorry for the late reply. I appreciate you wanting to help, but I prefer to do the translating myself.Wow. I really must have to say that you are doing an amazing job!
@slimmmeiske2 Just copy the terms, delete that part of my post and use it as if you have done this. (and make it better, of course) If you know what I mean.
PS: I know I really should not do this, but I just want to help. IF it was not okay, then I am really sorry for this.
1. It's under Mack in the first post, but I didn't translate it, as Mack had their terms in English posted as well.Can you translate the terms for these: (if you haven't already)
Not quite. You can use them in a commercial game and you don't need to edit them to be able to use them.Commercial usage allowed. (You are not allowed to sell the resources as-is.)
I take this to mean I can use it in a game I create and sell on like steam, but I have to edit the tiles used in some way. I could see it meaning a couple other things though, like maybe it just means you cant sell the tiles directly, ie. with no game. So I thought I would see if you could clarify this one way or the other.
Not quite. You can use them in a commercial game and you don't need to edit them to be able to use them.
What I mean with "Selling the resources as-is" is selling the actual resources as a product. I guess it doesn't make much sense when it comes to tilesets, but imagine we're talking about a bust you're using for your main character. Imagine you want to make some merch for your game including a keychain (just an example) using that bust. That would not be allowed under this rule.