Shael Riley Posted September 19, 2008 Report Share Posted September 19, 2008 So, I loaded up the newest game on Kongregate to feature a winnable card for their virtual card game Kongai, and, as it turns out, I did all the music for this game without even knowing it. Its creators used, exclusively, my music to score their entire game, sans permission--sort of. They took music I posted on NewGrounds a few years ago. When I posted it to NewGrounds, I agreed to their terms of service, which permit any NewGrounds developer to use it in their games. So, if this game originates from NewGrounds--and it may; I haven't yet checked--then I did give formal permission to its designers to use the music I uploaded to that site. Indeed, all of the material I posted to NewGrounds was designed for use in games, and I'm very happy that some of it has since been used by game designers--this isn't the first time. I wish, though, they'd drop me a line when they finish their games. It's a bit of shock to discover yourself in a game's credits. Update: The game is very cool in that it teaches you to think in the way, I imagine, programmers must. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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