on that note, entoombed will have a standard free version and a delux version 
with more features.
you will have to pay for extras though, but the basic game will be free as far 
as I get it from the group.
ofcause thats a ways off.
At 03:28 a.m. 9/09/2009, you wrote:
>As a follow up to my last message talking about the market collapse, I think 
>this is already happening with the audiogames market. Take Super Liam, for 
>instance. It's an excellent game. Guess what? Someone comes along and builds 
>something like it--and releases it for free. Now people will no longer buy 
>Super Liam and all the work Liam put into it will go to waste because there's 
>a free version available which is naturally more attractive. Now imagine this 
>problem on a larger scale...the mainstream gaming market. If Kunami decided to 
>release MSG for free, or SNES decided to release Star Fox for free, there goes 
>their market. I'm a firm believer in making a bit of return off of hard 
>work--and, frankly, just saying "that's a good game" isn't always enough (I 
>know some of you will say "well, you could praise the developer for their 
>work".)
>
>Why do you think companies that ride on donations end up failing? Because they 
>release good software under the assumption people will "donate to support it", 
>and that never happens.
>Munawar A. Bijani
>"Knowledge is of two types: absorbed and heard. The heard knowledge is only 
>useful if it is absorbed." - Imam Ali Ibn Abu Talib, Nahj Al-Balagha
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>----- Original Message ----- From: "Josh" <jkenn...@gmail.com>
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>
>>Hi,
>>
>>What video game makers aught to do and software developers is to release all 
>>software and all operating systems under the gnu general public license. In 
>>fact, there should be a law in the United States that requires all software, 
>>hardware and operating systems to be released under the gnu general public 
>>license then we could all contribute to how our computers work in some way. 
>>And this would almost eliminate piracy altogether.
>>
>>Josh
>>
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