Invention, Intellectual Property and Income


Since I haven't invented anything new, I only integrated new technology in one existing and ancient board game, I would like to license the project as a Creative Common License. Even so, this project could be interesting for some game manufacturer companies, but in the end I really would like to release it as an Open Source project and share the idea with the maker community.

Intellectual Property

For licensing the project I have used Creative Common License, which allowed me customize it by answering some really easy questions, and I had the script code generated on the fly.

And yhe newly generated CC license:

Creative Commons License
interactive GooseGame by Szilárd A. Kados is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License


As for the income, it really doesn't have any sense because of the CC License.

Sharing of the final project

The project can be found in the 2015's archives of the MIT and in the websites. The project can be shared, reproduced and adapt under the CC License terms until the licenser is mentioned and notified.