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Stern, observant, conscious, curious, and hungry for knowledge in programming. Current programmer as Android developer, working at the company for Openovate.


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comment Do you need a license for weapon models?
You mean to say that it is okay to use the gun mod based on real life as long as not using the real name of the gun without permission or just the company name + logo?
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comment Do you need a license for weapon models?
If you're playing CrossFire, the latest and most popular MMO FPS, take the Barrett M82A1 for example. The body and chasis is customized for the Born Beast VVIP variant. See this video: youtube.com/watch?v=tX9YpE4OQcA
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comment Do you need a license for weapon models?
@TheLima, you mean that is it okay to use actual gun model in real life straight ahead but using aliases as name instead of a real name of each gun? And, as long as I did not put the trademark or company logo on each gun, right?
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comment Do you need a license for weapon models?
@TimHolt, you mean that is it okay to use actual gun model in real life straight ahead but using aliases as name instead of a real name of each gun?
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comment Do you need a license for weapon models?
@Jeff, is that means using an actual gun model name even if I didn't mentioned or put the company name besides the actual gun name? Is it also considered safe to use the M4 model design in my game with an alternate name? (e.g. .50mm Assault Rifle)
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comment Naming a weapon during game development: is using the actual model name in real life against copyright?
Hmm...Whatever the case, using or inserting the company's name next to actual gun name may required permission, right?
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comment Naming a weapon during game development: is using the actual model name in real life against copyright?
@Philipp, I found a quick scan on this example from the link you've shared me: "Mostly averted in Global Offensive. Most guns are called by their actual names (although without the weapon manufacturers), with the exceptions of the sawed off Remington 870 and the Taser. The Taser uses this trope (as Taser is a brand-name), being named the "Zeus x27," while the sawed off Remington 870 is simply called the "Sawed-Off Shotgun"." (first person shooter section)
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asked Naming a weapon during game development: is using the actual model name in real life against copyright?
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comment How or when to add a copyright notice in published games?
I see. Then, I can add the copyright notice myself straight ahead without seeking any professionals or legal advisers for help.
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comment Is it legal to sell or monetize games created with the Unity 3D free edition?
@Byte56 How about the assets/libraries purchased from the Unity store? Is it still legally safe to publish or sell indie games with some of these assets attached to it from Unity store?
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