And it is represented by very little data (you could read it aloud to someone in the time it takes to hold any normal conversation), so it's a great example in the big debate about what should be copyrightable and patentable. Even if the game code is open and the assets are under a restrictive license, there are textures and data elements small enough that they could be represented conveniently as "illegal numbers"
Originally Posted by Ancurio
Actually you're completely wrong here, why? Because you have access to all the code and assets that make up the game itself. You don't get access to the engine code sure, but you've got access to everything else.
Originally Posted by yogi_berra
I'm completely wrong... but I'm right...
Originally Posted by Luke_Wolf
The mind boggles.
Closing in on $5M now with just a few more hours to go.
The added games (Braid, etc.) seems to have given the Bundle a bit of a second wind.