Currently in pre-release playtest stage. Not for sale yet. No rentals, only loaners.
To Get A Copy Email me.
Free to schools and non-profits via emailed download link. $1.99 to purchase this prototype edition.
Do not have or want your own web host? Help me pay for this website and rent a copy hosted here.
Packaging Options - 3 zips are available:
① Just the-singularity-trap folder as a zip.
Only the actual game folder and files.
② The "bounce" index.php file plus the folder.
index.php redirects into the folder
Suited for web hosts that offer a zip upload if you do not need UwAmp from me. (1983 Kb - can be emailed)
③ Bundled with UwAmp and database and initial game tables created - just unzip to a thumb drive, run UwAmp, and set the Mod password.
This zip includes both of the other zips and possibly needed Microsoft Visual C runtimes. (117,203 Kb - download link only)
For each sale I would like $1 (allows for Paypal fee at $1 level so is negotiable).
Contact me so we can make an official agreement.
If you wish to translate and distribute the game I think a revenue split of 20% for me and 20% for you with 60% for marketing/sales is fair.
If you want to do the game on another platform, a deluxe version, etc. I would want to do a 50/50 revenue split. This assumes we would be cutting a deal with a publisher and splitting royalties.
Think of me as that boardgame designer who would expect a reasonable royalty. But be enough better than the prototype to justify charging more.
For your own use only - still covered by the use license - feel free to tweak as desired.
Copyright (c) 2016, Wayne Mathias
All rights reserved.
The Singularity Trap comes with a license for non-commercial use,
with 2 active copies at a time per purchase of the game.
One active copy is licensed to use as localhost or LAN server or on a Web server,
while the second active copy is limited to localhost or LAN server use.
For purposes of this license, commercial use is requiring a fee solely to play this particular game.
The license allows use in an internet cafe LAN or a club website etc.
You CAN charge a fee or membership to access a service or website (or convention hall space for that matter)
where this game can be played provided that playing this particular game is not the sole purpose of that fee.
A fee based tournament playing this game is allowed. The fee there is for the tournament, not the playing.
A fee to "play games" where this game is one of several games available after paying that fee is allowed.
You cannot charge your friends to come over and play -- but you can make them pay for the pizza!