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He said that he won't do anything with it, so I was just trying to persuade him. I'm learning Unity (2D at the moment) so I may a make a VR project in the future. I haven't been sitting there for a year just doing this :)

I'm not stealing it. In my opinion you can't even steal something that's not real (he wouldn't even know) but that's beside the point. I just think that it would be more useful if others could make a full game out of this and enjoy it more. I don't see why you wouldn't open-source something if you're not making money out of it. I'm just trying to persuade him, not force him. I understand how much effort this would have taken and how great it is, which is why I don't want to see it go to waste.

People usually make open-source alternatives to closed-source products. This is just one of those, even though it came first.

That one has source code

Are you still there?


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There's no licence that I can see. I don't know what your views are on this. I thought because you're releasing it for free you might not mind sharing it (there's no disadvantage that I could think of). I suppose I was just trying to get my point across that people could get it anyway and if they got it that way it would be a waste of money. Why don't you want people to modify it?

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Yes! You should

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It seems a waste to keep this Walk-O-Motion thing to yourself. Please? I can't afford removed (but even if I could I don't think I could edit it very well but others could)

What? Why not? People can make new levels. This has so much potential

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Please can you release the Unity files?