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Well, you can do that. You can use any license you want for your game. But Creative Commons does not recommend it. The reason is that there are a lot of licenses available which were written specifically for software. These licenses have the same basic intentions as CC licenses, but have a wording and include clauses which are much more appropriate for this ...


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Apparantly since video games count as software I can't put a CC license on them.


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You cannot use anything that is subject to copyright, trademark, patent, et cetera without permission. TV show titles are typically trademarks, so using them is potentially treading on dangerous ground. If your game is similar enough to the Ninja Warrior show that one could make a case that somebody would confuse your product for theirs, you will likely ...


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