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  1. Hello! So, i was working with a group of people on fan-game project, but it turned into really advanced game. We decided to release it as official game. But it's highly inspired by Danganronpa series: - Gameplay is identical - Characters are really similar (Monokuma -> Mononeko, Monoraion, 16 students with "ultimate" talents (few talents are identical, but characters are different)) - Plot is really similar - All of the assets are created by our team. Is it legal to publish game like this on popular game platforms, like steam? Another question is: Our team is a group of people from different countries (Poland, America, Australia) and few of them are underage and we aren't an official game studio. Is it okay to release game like this? Thank you and greetings! P.S. Sorry for my poor english, it's not my native language!
  2. Terry Nagy of Apogee Software discusses lessons learned in operations, legal, business development.
  3. Legal firm Morrison Rothman have announced that they will be offering free legal services to qualifying indie developers as part of their new "Jump Start Program". Further details are still to be provided, but we currently know that the firm will be starting out offering pro bono (free) services to three developers each month and "will work with each one to complete the legal needs smaller dev teams often cannot afford", with plans to hopefully expand this to include a larger number of developers in future. The program also aims to support and encourage more diversity, and so will prefer studios who exhibit a commitment to diversity either through their work or their studio's leadership. Founding partner Ryan Morrison goes by the online handle of Video Game Attorney on Twitter and Reddit, and is well known for his popular legal AMAs (Ask Me Anything) which are normally done a few times per year.
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