I may do that. I've found another location with several games, all free,
at least as in beer, but with no licensing. http://scicommunity.com
of the games makes reference to the program used for development (SCI
Studio, Windows only) being open source. A visit to the site indicated
that the program is Public Domain and the game LockerGnome Quest is
"Freeware". the game also comes with the source SCI files.
If I can get some sort of license text added to the package, would this
If not, I can certainly submit FreeSCI to Dribble.
2007/4/27, Jon Ciesla <limb(a)jcomserv.net>:
> That's what I thought, and I totally agree that that policy makes sense,
> just wanted to verify. If I can find one or a few games with applicable
> licensing, I'll submit review request. Thanks.
Jon, in the meantime (or if you'll be unable to find games with a
suitable license) please consider submitting your review to Dribble
novus ordo absurdum