I'm not really sure anyone actually understands what this app is. It's some kind of textbased app where you choose a class, press "run dungeon" and end up with sort of loot you can use ..or can't you use the loot...or?
I dont need a profit is only as a school project, copyright is free colors is not a restricted to use, same as diablofans also use brown color for text is also copyright same as IF statement or Google Page Rank. (I use Diablo II sounds because i Like it and i have Copy of game bought from Blizzard Why i cant to use it ? ???)
What i suppose to do if Diablo 3 fun game is now bot friendly ???? There is no point to make games which have controls Like mouse, keyboard ect. because everything is programmable and is hard proof that u play fair or not. Without any programs i can do a magic, look to leaderboards when reach Grift WD Rank seasonal character without any group play, but some unfair players 2k+ paragons cant clear that high !!! i wait till Diablo 4, and here is google play education app: Diablo (I, II, III) app which ill try to make create mix any Diablo I, II, III versions whichs is good Blizzard game (a bit stop breath) and at a moment is great, but need a mix up to players shout WOW Diablo game is awesome
Hi, Paukstis. Sorry to be the one to break this to you, but you cannot freely use images nor soundtracks found online. Same with assets from games - even if you bought them.
The fact of the matter is - buying a game allows you to play it. And that's about it. Your mileage may vary - it depends on your country's copyrights. In EU it's strictly forbidden, and in fact - punishable by law. You can be charged for hundreds of Euros for copyright infringement. Really. It works that way even if you're "not for profit" or doing it "just as a school project". There's a chance that your country has something like "fair use" (which allows you to e.g. quote something, and in some cases - even lend a book or a movie to your closest friends and family). Funny thing is - games are considered "computer programs", which are not subject to fair use at all, at least where I'm from.
Good luck. And just to be safe - better stay clear of potential copyright infringements!
A lot of the copyright issues are if you are going to monetize your work... If you're doing it for a school project, or simply a free app then I would be extremely surprised to see you be attacked by any sort of copyright takedown.