Wrong. Under copyright law a company retains full rights to any and all products regardless if they are being redistributed or not. If you redistribute those files against Code Factory's written permission you could find yourself facing fines or being sued for possible damages if they decided to update those games and resell them again at a future date. A case in point. My earlier title Montezuma's Revenge is technically abandonware do to issues with the original company that holds the copyrights. That, however, does not mean I have given people absolute right to redistribute keys and the game with impunity. Sad to say I know people have already done so, thinking it was ok because it is not currently available, and now I am rewriting my key generator for Mysteries of the Ancients to keep those who did not pay for the game from getting a free upgrade to MOTA.

matheus wrote:
but just how i awreade sayd, not being distributed anymore means
abandonware and abandonware means distributable.
guys, they don't care.

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