Groups

 

Commercial

Video game concept

A notably commercial product despite copyrights (or lack thereof) and/or licensing agreements (or lack thereof) that many perceive as incompatible with commercial sales.

8593
games
100
platforms

The first video game about Commercial was released in 1969.

Tandy, Infocom and Night Dive Studios has published most of these games

Examples:
Game is widely perceived as free but isn't.
Game or game content is freely copyable and officially sold as a download or in retail outlets.
Code is freely copyable and game or game content is officially sold as download or in retail outlets.
Code is freely copyable but online activation is required before the game or game content will run (note, this feature can easily and legally removed from the code and the game compiled)
Game engine/code is freely copyable and content is proprietary.
Content is freely copyable and game engine/code is proprietary.
Game or game content is fully public domain yet notably being sold.
Game or game content is sold commercially while being designed to be used in conjunture with a primarily non-proprietary or non-commercial platform or collection of software.

Parent group

Financial and business models

Child groups

Qt framework, ShiVa 3D

Platforms

Linux 6360
Tandy Coco 531
Windows 240
Mac OS X 213
C64 111
MS-DOS 105
ZX Spectrum 102
Mac OS Classic 88
Apple II E 65
Tomy Tutor 63
Win3.1 43
BBC 42
Atari 400/800 36
Atari ST 34
Amiga 30
Memotech MTX 27
Amstrad CPC 26
Tatung Einstein 25
VIC-20 24
TRS-80 24
Electron 21
MSX 21
Android 20
Dragon32 20
C16/Plus4 16
Ohio Scientific 14
Apple IIGS 13
Amstrad PCW 13
Palm 12
Archimedes 11

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