License change

Other (objects, etc.) theme

The license by which the game is available has changed since release, such as formerly commercial game becoming freeware or open source, or formerly free game becoming commercial/proprietary.


The first video game about License change was released in 1982.

Pangea Software, RufusPro Software and RedWolf Design has published most of these games

See also: commercialized

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Child groups

OpenAL, Simple DirectMedia Layer, Qt framework, SDL_mixer, License-postfreedom, MAME, Atomic Game Engine, Development System used HLSL parser, DOS 2.x, DOS 1.x, CauseWay DOS Extender

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