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dragonking94dragonking94 Posts: 27Member

Hi, two months ago I buyed a full game template in the deepblueapps page web, my question is...

Can I uses the images of the template on a different new game or the images have copyright?

Thanks and Best regards!


  • jamie_cjamie_c Posts: 5,550Member
    edited July 2014

    You'll want to tag @DeepBlueApps‌ so they see it here, or visit their website directly and ask your question there.

  • FajlajpFajlajp Posts: 666Member

    This text is from their own FAQ on their own website.

    Q. Can I use all of the ART, SOUNDS, MUSIC and ASSETS in the templates for my own games, without further permission?
    In 99% of the templates we release you can use the assets they contain as you wish in your game development endeavours. In some older templatess, we do use ‘stock-art’ as demonstration placeholders. Clearly this art can not be used without permission from the original copyright holder.
    In the past we have found users SELLING or RE-SELLING Art, SFX and Music files on 3rd party websites. This is NOT ALLOWED. The DBA team, coders, artist and musicians work hard to bring you these resources at low costs, and re-selling only harms our future viability to continue to bring you these assets.

  • ookami007ookami007 Posts: 581Member

    Your best bet is to contact them. And review the template description or any included license files. Some templates include the artwork, some don't. Especially if you bought it from the 3rd party marketplace. In cases where the artwork is licensed vs unlicensed, generally you pay more for the licensed artwork and the unlicensed is generally watermarked.

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