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A jam submission

Remembering GrußauView game page

a game about reflecting on the death of a Jewish artist named Felix Nussbaum who was murdered during the Holocaust.
Submitted by Max Fefer (@HydroForge) — 23 days, 14 hours before the deadline
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À propos of Felix Nussbaum's terrific artwork, I uploaded Remembering Grüßau and Fairground to Wikimedia Commons!

I played your game. It is honestly the best twine game I've ever played! I showed it to my mom and she thought extremely highly of it as well!

I think you deserve to win best digital game of jam, even though I have yet to see the others!

If I my quote Homer Simpson, "This contest is over, give this man the $10,000!"



Thank you!!

If you don't mind me asking, what's the source Public Domain work off of which this game is based?


The painting "Remembering Grußau" by Felix Nussbaum was made in 1925 while Felix was at the Berlin School of Fine and Applied Arts.

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Awesome! So it's definitely eligible! Sorry, it's just that some of his other works were after 1925 so I just wanted to make sure what you were doing was legal in the US (it's legal most everywhere else, for sure)!

EDIT: However, looking through on Wikipedia's search terms, I think this work may not be public domain in the US, because it didn't comply with formalities before 1926:

DIT: No, I was right the first time. The US Copyright office says this: 

A French short story that was first published without copyright notice in 1935 will be treated as if it had
both been published with a proper notice and properly
renewed, meaning that its restored copyright will expire
on December 31, 2030 (95 years after the U.S. copyright
would have come into existence).
So you're good!