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*Sigh* Yet another person trying to make money off of a amazing idea.

A topic by Meowcat285 created Oct 14, 2017 Views: 1,293 Replies: 10
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So yeah, I used this when it was in its early days and It was amazing then and still is, but to charge $5. *Sigh*


5$ is the pro version. The free one is always free! And what's wrong if i want a small compensation for my fulltime and hard work?


absolutely nothing wrong with it. more than reasonable.

as stated it's an amazing idea so let's be thankful for all the hard work and the fact that he provides a free version :)

excited for version 2 :D

Had an immediate "Shut up and take my money" moment. Would've gladly paid $20


Kids these days, they want everything for free and still be able to complain about the price =P

Worth every penny, geod has done an amazing job!

Heavens forbid someone, you know, make money off of their hard work. I mean... I go to McDonalds and I'm like... What? You want MONEY for a big mac? You guys should give it to me for free. I'll never understand people who want money in exchange for their labor.

Interesting but how do you manage not getting DMCA notifications from Nintendo? The company is very aggro when it comes to protecting its titles.

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3DNes in particular and emulators in general are perfectly legal. It doesn't violate any IP of theirs. What do you think about Parallel, VM Ware? They are all emulators after all.

VM Ware and Parallel are used specifically as learning-environmental tools for developers, schools,and engineers so legalities wouldn't be problem, concerning that said person(s)(companies) provide their own .iso. 

Emulators should be legal as they are a separate engine.  I have seen before though as others Nintendo taking down many of the ROMS featured on emulator sites and sites themselves, though there are still a few hidden that remain.

While it tickles me to see mod development like this (Homebrew,Emulators,etc) issues such as below have happened. Their corp/motto page also takes a firm opposite stand against emulators, roms, etc as snippet here: "

How Come Nintendo Does Not Take Steps Towards Legitimizing Nintendo Emulators?

Emulators developed to play illegally copied Nintendo software promote piracy. That's like asking why doesn't Nintendo legitimize piracy. It doesn't make any business sense. It's that simple and not open to debate."

While many players/fans are supportive of development, often times company is not. Personally, I think this development is great and opens up some nice VR opportunities.

Your post is a little confusing to me but i will try my best to answer you as directly as possible:

Nintendo didn't DCMA 3DNes because :

- Their lawyers know really well that they doesn't have the right to do it. 

- 3DNes  doesn't violate any Nintendo IP and is perfectly legal  

- Nintendo is just another company. It's not like that they are the representative of the justice, the law ,the court or something like that. We should only care what the law and the court says not what Nintendo think or say.

And FYI VMWare are vastly used in professional environment context.