well, Scorch is open source….so if someone is dumb enough to pay for it instead of downloading…once they get in here they’ll be po’ed.
only thing I see they’re getting a disc. I sell a fair amount on eBay, I’ll contact the wieners and ask them what’s up?
OOOOK. Figured I’d contact the ones in uS and lo and behold they say they’re in PeanutLand. What’s more they say their disc is “copyrighted”. Whoa….what’s up with that? I sent them a message and asked them to explain how they do that to a free, open source game.
I’ll post response. Dang Brits…always trying to work an angle.
If they’ve modified the source code then they’re required to submit those revisions back to the source. That’s how the GNU GPL works. Free to use, free to distribute but any changes (for better or worse) must be submitted back to the source. It’s a wonderful license, truly helps innovation and improvement, unlike stupid patents and copyrights.
If they’ve added stuff that’s completely separate, then there’s no issue.
P.S. My knowledge in this area is only what I’ve read/seen hear and there, I’ve ‘checked’ very little of this information and therefore may be completely inaccurate.