A Unity ID allows you to buy and/or subscribe to Unity products and services, shop in the Asset Store and participate
in the Unity community.
Anyone got a few million quid handy?
I don't think the Godot community needs people like that, either. Zealots tend to hurt the very thing they say they love, and it's not helpful.
Activision have tried something similar with the relaunched Sierra... it hasn't been much of a success unfortunately.
Yeah. The Festival voice/speech files all have different licenses, so if you were to use them I'd tread very carefully. The Festival site itself...
What about Festival? http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/ - though not entirely clear on the speech/voice files themselves, the libraries...
For commonly included fonts like Arial that isn't an issue, but this is a wrinkle devs need to be aware of.
You could very likely run Unreal Engine 4 comfortably on that thing. It'd likely do game development easily, honestly it almost sounds like it...
Maybe the scammer got lucky. Maybe something got hacked. If you think it's an issue you should raise it with the Unity security guys.
Equally as incorrect as saying Unity is free. Lumberyard is free unless you want to use online services of any kind. In which case you must use...
Godot is also a fast-moving target (live debugging for example, has been implemented in the source code).
Like that they no longer own (at least) one of the original arcade franchises - they sold Battle Zone to Rebellion.
Tried asking on the MakeHuman forums?
Not entirely true: https://wiki.unrealengine.com/Compiling_For_Linux
Activision-Blizzard? I know about Snowdrop, Frostbite, CryEngine and RED etc, but as far as I know Activision-Blizzard does not have it's own engine.
What, less important than the splash screen thread?
Now I'm going to regret posting this...
Plus, for those commercially successful games funded by the grants, they'll possibly make more than the value of the grant back via the 5% royalties.
Except the trial version only lasts for 30 days, then it reverts to Free.
Will this be changed, then?
Would they still be legally usable for non-Unity projects?