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copyright concerns with non-game publishers

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KCAJ
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Hello
I was hoping someone might be able to shed some light on something for me. I know that I need not be concerned with game publishers stealing my idea when I send them a spec sheet or prototype; but I was wondering if anyone had any experience with submitting game ideas to nongame publishers. I'm thinking of seeing if the automobile club might be interested in a game I have developed. If so, I'm wondering if I should ask them to sign something if I send a prototype - to protect my idea? What about if I just send a spec sheet? And if so, is there a standard form that game inventors use for this situation?

phpbbadmin
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copyright concerns with non-game publishers

Why the double post? You already asked this question in this thread.

-Darke

KCAJ
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copyright concerns with non-game publishers

My apologies. I really wanted to get at the issue of copywrite in this situation and wasn't sure that my original posting question emphasized that enough. It's probably new ground here and people aren't sure how to answer or even guess. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

FastLearner
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copyright concerns with non-game publishers

I even deleted this one once, when I saw the duplication the first time. :)

Lor
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copyright concerns with non-game publishers

I posted a response to this over here!

KCAJ
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I probably got over-anxious for an answer and therefore posted very similar postings in two different places. I have received some very helpful feedback in another discussion room. It is probably annoying to see the same posting in two places - so my feelings will certainly not be hurt if someone wants to delete this from here..... thanks again for the help and for slapping my wrist about this... : ).

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