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Offline Last Active Aug 21 2013 04:20 AM

#5066321 Artistic Licence Agreement

Posted by on 31 May 2013 - 12:31 AM

Most people think that if a contract/agreement/policy wasn't written by a laywer, then it isn't valid, but that's not true. Your agreement looks fine to me, I would only add a reference to your excel doc in the text, at least mention it somewhere. 

#5043008 Game Porting

Posted by on 14 March 2013 - 04:26 AM

Currently, there is no silver bullet, unfortunately, AFAIK. There are a lot of systems for creating apps which run on most systems, and some of them are great, some are not, and most of them of course have at least a few shortcomings. HTML5 for example doesn't feel native at all and runs too slow on some devices/operating systems. I've heard Mono/Xamarin is really nice, but I've heaven't tried it out myself yet. Same for Libgdx, it looks very promising. Most of these packages are still very young, so time will show.


For developing our own product [CopperCube, if you are interested :) ] which needs to create apps running on Android, Windows, Mac and HTML5/WebGL, we manually ported the code to each platform. If you are writing nice, compact and portable code, it isn't that much work, surprisingly.