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I'm working on an educational app for kids. At the end of the sign-up process, the kids must wait for a confirmation from their parents in order to gain access to the app.

While they wait for this to happen, we want to let the kid play a simple game as a way to keep their interest up.

Is there a marketplace or repository for games with such a license that we could either purchase (affordably) or use for free in our own app?

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closed as off-topic by Josh Petrie Jan 6 '14 at 16:05

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  • "Questions that are about "which tech to use" are outside the scope of the site. For more information, see this meta post" – Josh Petrie
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Huh, usually it's "Where can I find free art/sounds/etc. for my game?". Where can I find free games for my game is a new one to me :) – Byte56 Jul 10 '12 at 23:20
If you ask this question on reddit with a quick explanation of your app, and make a convincing expression of passion for education, you'll probably find a lot of free offers. The indie game dev community is quite altruistic; reddit doubly so. – Christopher Berman Jul 10 '12 at 23:45
Just search through Github or Assembla. Is this app a desktop app or a mobile app? – Some Guy Sep 8 '12 at 14:22
This question is unfortunately still fundamentally going to generate a list of answers, each potentially equally valid. – Josh Petrie Jan 6 '14 at 16:06