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#ActualHeath

Posted 30 October 2012 - 01:46 AM

You're asking for funding to develop a game. Investment requires scrutiny, if not a full technical analysis. You have shown a lack of understanding of copyright, and a lack of understanding your own limitations. Both of these things would threaten every dollar you get to develop a commercial product. These aren't permanent gamebreakers; these are obstacles that you can work through.

Work with your own limitations. Embrace them. Don't give up, but you have to work with them, and understand what you can and can't do. An MMO, for example, is out of your league. Infringing IP is also way out of the question.

Finally, before you put your name on something that you are advertising, make sure you are advertising (1) exactly what you say you're advertising, (2) make sure it works, and (3) why bother advertising for something that isn't yours and putting your name on it? Does that make sense? edit: If I were you, I just wouldn't bother advertising. Because, don't you have something more interesting to do, like work on your game, or read up on something that will make it better, or enjoying something else that's worth your time?

#1Heath

Posted 30 October 2012 - 01:42 AM

You're asking for funding to develop a game. Investment requires scrutiny, if not a full technical analysis. You have shown a lack of understanding of copyright, and a lack of understanding your own limitations. Both of these things would threaten every dollar you get to develop a commercial product. These aren't permanent gamebreakers; these are obstacles that you can work through.

Work with your own limitations. Embrace them. Don't give up, but you have to work with them, and understand what you can and can't do. An MMO, for example, is out of your league. Infringing IP is also way out of the question.

Finally, before you put your name on something that you are advertising, make sure you are advertising (1) exactly what you say you're advertising, (2) make sure it works, and (3) why bother advertising for something that isn't yours and putting your name on it? Does that make sense?

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