great job!, these are awesome!, love the skeleton, i kinda got thinking that it was once a real man who has been waiting for someone to high five him, but got left hanging for quite sometime, :) someone give him a high five! Brilliant work.:)
I have looked at the project and it sounds great, even as an idea, an open world rpg around super heroes created by original characters, however
"This projects goal is to generate buzz for an idea that will eventually lead to a pitch to the very people who would sue me?"
In my opinion.
The time it takes to create and develop something like this would be very time consuming, and if you are to pitch it then it pretty much would have to be spot on, I'm not sure anyone would be willing to commit to a project like this when the likelyness is you won't get the license from Marvel to get the go ahead anyway, even if your game is really good and marvel like it, they still probly won't grant you a license to use it, and the reason being is because someone else would already have a license to use it, which would not allow another developer to create a game that would potentially put their game project at risk should there be a financial commitment to it.(and there will be a financial commitment to it) thus could be a lawsuit from either marvel themselves or the license holder, although it's more likely a "cease and decist" notice should you continue without a license, even so, all that hard work and effort put in for it not to be allowed would be devasting.(personal experiance)
if you created your game based on original characters then you might get a better response from artists, fan based stuff is great, but it comes with risks, if you do continue I wish you well, and the advise I would give you is be cautious.
There's also this one from LPC, might help.:)
you could just use one tree sprite, create the size area sprite you want for the player not to be able to move, and keep pasting it to create a dense area of jungle. any areas the player can move then you could just 'loosen' the area of density to form a path.:)
oh wow! how cool, after a very crap day at the hospital yesterday this has really cheered me up, i've actually won at something, yeah!, thanks to everyone who hit that fav button, and well done to all that participated!
SPEECH, SPEECH, SPEECH!
oh ok, id like to thank my mum, dad, ............hahahaha
seriously thou, thanks for medicine storm for taking the time to count the votes, and Danorder for setting the challenges up.
I didn't realise listing all license's means you can use any of them. Good to know. :)
"Playing nice", thats not considerable true, what they have done have set a few restrictions which 'fan film makers' must obide to or those that don't will be pursued for copyright infringement.
There is no restriction for a video game that has been set as i know of, so that could mean it is not allowed?
although they are kind of the same thing as a media, but there are differences.
i would be cautious with this project, but wish you luck with it. :)
Beam me up!
Yeah, i see that you have written in the description that they are public domain, and that your site says the same which is great! I also understand your reasons for including all the license's now, but by doing so it makes it sound 'condradictive', and confusing.
Maybe it needs clarifying about those licenses on the left of the work for users, that it 'Can be' used under any of those licenses, instead of 'This is' the license. for me and others i think it says 'This is' the license.
maybe admin can comment on it.
It is a great work, look forward to seeing more. :)
cool!, i've been meaning to do some more cars myself, i'd lose the 'Ferrari' tag and title, its an IP. great job!:)