Yeah, it's not just the program code's license. You'd also have to get all the other artists who aided in creating the game to sign off on the idea too. And even if you accomplished that, if the original development team is no longer available, you have to pay somebody to learn the code to remove the DRM and simply making the game open source or free wouldn't justify that cost.
And at only a few bucks I consider most of these very inexpensive or free mobile apps akin to rentware anyway.
The games are gone, time to move on to newer games.
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