Monday, July 18, 2011

Forge is Not Dying

I didn't do a good job of explaining this.

1. Forge is still going to be developed and nothing really is going to change.  The DMCA notice just makes me change where I post Forge, so it can be downloaded.  Torrents could solve this problem but I try to make it super-easy to try Forge, which is why I have a plain, old-fashioned download link.

2. I don't blame Wizards of the Coast.  I started Forge as a pet project and released it (on a whim) on the internet.  I never thought about violating copyrights or anything.

4 comments:

starcrashx said...

Thank you for clarification. While my comments may not have reflected my confusion, I truly didn't know what that meant for the future of Forge.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for clearing the issue. After reading your last post, most of us here in Manila gasp and held our breath for the longest time. We really love Forge as much as we love the real game. In fact, Forge is the reason why we are so addicted to the card game. Forge is THE perfect supplementation to the card game. We also have a lot of good coders here. If there is anything we can do to help speed up whatever coding, let us know.

More power and F*#k WoTC for issuing you these notices.

Forge said...

"Forge is THE perfect supplementation to the card game."

Thanks for the complement, I'll forward it to the coders.

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