Knil wrote:Thanks Hz so good,
We want to allow people to be able import in there own custom stuff, so they can do whatever they want with it. Then we couldn't know about anything illegal in turn
As the sandbox term implies we want to give you guys the sand, tools, and ability to make your own tools. This should allow near limit-less gaming potential.
NovusBogus wrote:Games Workshop is warming up the nukes because of 3D printing so if you haven't already it would probably be a good idea to consult an IP lawyer before allowing user content to be uploaded to your server, to be sure you're addressing areas where you could be exposed to liability. The outfit behind Second Life has been involved in a lot of legal drama over the years due to questionable user content.
NovusBogus wrote:Games Workshop is warming up the nukes because of 3D printing
Hz so good wrote:So, could this be used to recreate something like Warhammer, or whatever the cool kids are doing these days? They used to have tabletop wargaming nights at my local comic shop, but I haven't seen anything like that in ages around here. Being able to do something like that via online multiplayer could open it up to more players, provided it doesn't fall afoul of somebody's legal team.
NovusBogus wrote:Games Workshop is warming up the nukes because of 3D printing......
Omniman wrote:"Don't copy that floppy!"
Anyhow, very cool and I think I'll toss some money in when I get home!
Damage wrote:Don't try to game the requirements by posting everywhere, guys, or I'll nuke you from space.
Knil wrote:Our Kickstarter has blown up, because our game ended up on the Reddit front page twice yesterday. We are now over 1,000% funded and there is 40 hours left!
Super excited thanks for all the support!
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