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Discussion in 'Game Design' started by TheGaul, Feb 1, 2020.
We already had a thread about this discussion lmao
Same thread still.....
What thread exactly?
The forum getting boring, I don't have a link at hand now ... well that was easy to look for, in general I find unity's search engine to be bad but:
It got it
If you ask me - you should be more worried about Chinese Censorship than just dragon like stuff being hurt.
Here's one snippet from the article
Among the new rules, all text must be Simplified Chinese. Analyst group Niko Partners says “we have seen cases where games were rejected simply for having words like ‘Winner’ and ‘Attack’ show up on screen in English instead of Simplified Chinese.” Pools of blood are forbidden, and dead bodies can only stay on screen for a few seconds at a time.
EDIT: Please don't take what I'm saying in a negative manner. I'm only trying to say - one if they plan on doing the Chinese Market better stay up-to-date on the regulations. At least according to the article - only "11.8%" games on the market came from outside China in 2019. So be sure you stay up-to-date on regulations and only them regulations.
it's OK nothing to worry about， kill a dragon happens in Chinese movies too
LMAO omg that's soo funny and trrruuuuee!
Well, considering that for the first half of 2019 (and most of 2018) they had completely paused accepting foreign games, 11.8% is pretty good.
To the OP, if your games are popular in China, find a Chinese fan and have a chat.