We just uploaded a new Motivational track. You can check it out here: http://audiojungle.net/item/believe-in-yourself/2101187
All the best,
You can also check these tracks:
All the best,
You can check three of our tracks: http://audiojungle.net/item/sacred-temple/979373http://audiojungle.net/item/the-wonder-of-ancient-egypt/1050076 http://audiojungle.net/item/piano-concerto/1935845
Lol! I always forget to check the post date…
You can also check one of our tracks: http://audiojungle.net/item/action-metal-orchestral-trailer/1319713
Good luck with your project.
I got this from Envato support:
“Thank you for your email. Unfortunately Envato Support cannot provide advice regarding what licenses should be purchased for legal reasons. We are not qualified to give out legal advice and recommend that you contact a legal professional for assistance if you are unsure which license would be suitable for your needs. We provide thorough explanations of possible license uses on our Marketplace Wiki as well as simple to understand terminology to help you make an informed decision. You can review our license documentation on our Wiki here: http://wiki.envato.com/category/buying/licenses-buying/. Thank you for your understanding.”
So, neither the Envat staff knows what’s the appropriate license for Sponsored games.
Can a staff member answers to my question?
Many have mentioned, though I still think buying Exteded License would be the best choice. I mean he will make money off the game, even if users don’t pay for it.
I agree with you.
Point E of extended license:
“You may use the Work in a work which you are creating for your own purposes or for your client who has asked you to create it.”.
For a sponsored free2play game, the client who pays for the game is the sponsor. The users that play the game, are client of the sponsor. If we understand this, the Extended License is obviously the right license to buy. A free2play game is a commercial game.
Ok, Thank you!
It would be great if it was specified in the details of licenses, because, I’m pretty sure, free-to-play games developers think that regular license is the right license to buy. Maybe adding “Sponsored videogames, even if they are free-to-play” would solve the problem.
What do you think about this?