I need to ask something about the selling part.
I have one client who is interested to commission me to make a game for him wich he will basicaly then own for own webpage and maybe commercial purposes.
So he basicaly gets all the files of the made game.
Can I do this with a personal license?
"The Personal license
All the free edition limits are removed with a Personal license. However, the rules for commercial use are different for individuals and organisations.
Individuals may use a standard license for commercial purposes up to a revenue limit of $5000. Once revenues associated with creations made with Construct 2 exceed $5000 (including associated advertising/promotion) a business license must be purchased. However, no business license is necessary before that point.
Not-for-profit organisations like schools, libraries and universities may use personal licenses to remove the free edition limits. Bulk discounts are available.
Commercial organisations cannot purchase standard licenses: they must purchase business licenses."
I'm pretty sure you can.
Iam aware of the $5000 limit, wich is why I ask if it counts when the sold game migh be used by its new owner for posible commecrial uses and still effects my license?
Or should I just make an agreement with him to have the game for personal use for example?
If you have a personal edition license, you can make games for other people if they commission you to do so. The amount they pay you goes towards your $5k limit.
The client who purchased the game from you can do with it as they wish.
Feel free to email email@example.com for answers to specific questions, we're always happy to clarify.
In that case I can find a bunch of ppl who will be interested to commission such work and I get a better chance to spread the world about construct2 :)
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Miu3 I have a question for you.
The game commisions that you are getting. Does that also include the you doing the art assets? I would go commision also, but I can't really draw or do art assets in a professional manner.
As far it seems, Ill be doing the graphics aswell. Originaly I made a animated clip for him based on his book and now he asks me to do also a platformer type of game for it. If you are looking for clients to do commission for them, you can try elance. It is a really neat place :D
Some project require just the game making while the client provides the graphic made by other artist.