Restrictions on content??

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Is it ok to make a game <REMOVED> and if it could then how far do i have to lower down the content to? Its supposed to be a funny game with adult theam.


Friendly Tyrant
Forum Staff
I have edited your post because it goes into FAR too much detail about things... The short answer is no, and even if you could you couldn't post it here as this is a family friendly and inclusive forum. The long answer is in the EULA:

3.4. You agree to ensure that: you have the right to use all Intellectual Property Rights in the Stand-alone Applications; the Stand-alone Applications do not and will not infringe any third party rights;
you may only licence, sell, assign or transfer the Stand-alone Applications subject to the licence in the Software and those parts of it that are contained within them;
you must own or have proper licences, permissions and other consents in place in respect of all features and resources used in the Stand-alone Applications (other than the Software which shall be subject to the terms of this Licence Agreement and the licence granted hereunder);
the Applications and all materials accompanying the Stand-alone Applications shall include a notice and End User Licence Terms: (i) identifying the rights of YoYo Games and that they include, are based on and made using the Software; (ii) that such end user will have no right to modify, adapt, decompile or reverse engineer the Stand-alone Applications or make any use of the Software contained therein nor to permit anyone else to do so; and (iii) that such end user must not remove, disable, modify, add to or tamper with any program code or data, copyright, trademark or other proprietary notices and legends contained within the object (compiled) code of the Software;
you will not distribute or make available to any third party nor make any commercial use of any Stand-alone Application that contains any statement, content, material or communication that:
is unlawful or which gives rise to civil or criminal liability;
infringes any intellectual property rights of any third party;
is technically harmful such as computer viruses, worms, logic bombs or other malicious software or harmful data;
is pornographic, defamatory, discriminatory, obscene, inflammatory or racist;
harasses any person;
promotes any illegal or unlawful activity;
contains any restricted material, including but not limited to passwords, medical information or confidential information of any person;
or solicits, invites, encourages, advocates, incites or provokes any or all of the foregoing. An example End User License agreement for use in stand-alone applications may be found here:
I have added emphasis to the relevant parts, and I'd thank you to consider the forum rules before posting again to discuss things of a sexual and explicit nature. ;)
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