What a wonderful game so far! Can't wait to get to play it!
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I see. I understand. In the past when I have seen folks referring to their project as open source it would imply that they have it up on some version control system so that other folks could contribute changes and improvements in a systematic manner. And in that repo you'd see the license for which to share the code. I see that you do have a sharing license ( https://opensource.org/licenses/Artistic-2.0 ). Thanks for answering my questions.
Hi, I've bought quite a few sets, because I love your work. If I create a web based game, can I use them in the game? I ask because sometimes with web games it's possible for folks to try to download and rip the assets, so I want to make sure it's ok to use these in a web-based game?
Just sent $2 your way - I love the tiles and want to support you making more! I'm thinking about using these in a game making tool -- would that be ok if I attribute your tiles in the credits section of the tool? It would mean other people would be making little web based rpg worlds with your tiles -- I know it's probably covered by your license above but I just want to check first. Sok with you?
Hi everyone! I know the halls of this building are empty right now. There's no sounds of talking, or signs of occupation. That's ok. I can be the first to walk the halls, check the paint, and get everything ready for folks to pay a visit. I hope I can create a place where someone might want to try out the editor. Or have someone create a game that blows our minds. I have recently realized that I've been wanting to do this for years. I spent time look at other tools like Twine, Bitsy, RPG Maker, and more. There are things they do right, and things I think could be done differently. So I get to do something with my ideas, and I hope I can encourage other travellers to come and give feedback, and help me make something cool. So, if you are reading this and wondering what I'm talking about, just hang out and you'll begin to see what I mean. Here's to hoping!