Board Game Use

Apologies if this is in the wrong section. I've read many posts regarding copyright and licenses (mostly from independent video game designer's) about the use of Daz content. It does seem very foggy indeed. I continue to read about the use of 3d mesh (forgive me if I have this wrong). Can I use characters/assets/landscapes/props on printed material such as cards, a booklet, a game board, a 2D standee to be used on a board game?

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  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 28,900

    Yes,   that will be fine,  anything 2d can be used and sold or otherwise re-distributed.   The licenses only come into play when it is a game that relies on having the 3d mesh (geometry) of the figures.

  • Chohole said:

    Yes,   that will be fine,  anything 2d can be used and sold or otherwise re-distributed.   The licenses only come into play when it is a game that relies on having the 3d mesh (geometry) of the figures.

    Thanks for the reply. Do I need to purchase the interactive licenses? Just want to be sure.

     

    Thanks again.

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