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  • #1, by mariodonickWednesday, 06. November 2013, 13:35 7 years ago
    Ich habe vor ein paar Tagen Visionaire entdeckt und bin begeistert, wie benutzerfreundlich der Editor gestaltet ist. Ich habe früher schon andere Tools ausprobiert (AGS, Wintermute), und könnte das, was ich erreichen will, auch selbst programmieren, aber Visionaire ist wirklich unglaublich übersichtlich und man spart sehr viel Zeit. Zum Einarbeiten reicht es tatsächlich aus, sich das Demo-Adventure ein paar Minuten anzugucken, um die Logik des Ganzen zu verstehen.

    Ich nutze derzeit die Freeware-Version, für ein Freeware-Adventure. Sollte ich damit jemals fertig werden und es irgendwo zum Download bereitstellen wollen, kaufe ich die Vollversion. Könnte mir aber vorstellen, dass dann schon Version 4 erhältlich ist. Daher zwei Fragen hinsichtlich mittel- bis längerfristiger Planung:

    1. Werden Adventures, die in v3 erstellt wurden, in v4 lauffähig bleiben?

    2. Wird es auch von v4 eine Freeware-Version geben?

    3. Wird es von v4 auch eine 35 EUR-Version geben, mit denen Freeware-Adventures als .exe weitergegeben werden kann?


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  • #2, by afrlmeWednesday, 06. November 2013, 13:44 7 years ago
    1a. yes games/projects created in v3.x will be compatible with v4.x
    1b. freeware version does not allow compiling of .exe files but projects made in freeware version will work in licensed versions of Visionaire Studio.

    2. currently no, but there will be; when v4.0 is released I should assume.

    3. yes there will still be a €35 license option for the 4.x series which will/should allow you to compile .exe files for windows, mac & linux (possibly) albeit I'm hoping that we will have some new license options available for anyone wanting to purchase commercial licenses for their game.

    Sorry in advance if you don't know much English wink ( I always reply in English)

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  • #3, by mariodonickWednesday, 06. November 2013, 13:47 7 years ago
    Thanks for your answers! So I don't need to worry, but can simply create my little game. That's nice. smile

    (And English is no problem wink )

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  • #4, by afrlmeWednesday, 06. November 2013, 14:07 7 years ago
    ok dokie, good to know wink

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  • #5, by AlexWednesday, 06. November 2013, 18:59 7 years ago

    3. yes there will still be a €35 license option for the 4.x series which will/should allow you to compile .exe files for windows, mac & linux (possibly)

    no, the next license will probably not cost 35 EUR since this is the price when we first released v3.0 many years ago.
    yes, there will be an affordable/cheap license comparable to the current license.

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  • #6, by mariodonickWednesday, 06. November 2013, 20:25 7 years ago

    yes, there will be an affordable/cheap license comparable to the current license.


    That's all I need to know wink Buying the 1,000 EUR commercial license for distributing a freeware game would be too much (for me wink ), but if something along the lines of the current standard "full version" will be available, I'm happy smile

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  • #7, by afrlmeWednesday, 06. November 2013, 21:44 7 years ago
    haha, corrected again razz

    I wasn't 100% sure whether or not the limited license price was staying the same or not as quite a few people have mentioned that they would be willing to pay a little more than that; or double even.

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