It’s Royalty free but not copyright free. There’s a huge difference between the two. Originally posted by ChibiCthulhu: You can use all default stuff for commercial games, as long as they’re used with the RPG Maker and not some other software.
No, once you have purchased RPG Maker MZ, you do not owe us any additional fees or royalties when you release a commercial game made with the engine.
Royalty-free means that you pay a one-time fee and then you can use the music file (in this case it’s a music file) in your projects multiple times. But royalty-free is non-exclusive license which means other developers can buy the same track and use it in their projects.
Some of the songs have whispering in them as well. A YouTube playlist of OFF’s soundtrack can be found here. The soundtrack, and other works by ACC, are not copyrighted and are free to use in videos / streams.
Video game music Youtuber ‘GilvaSunner’ to shut down after wave of Nintendo copyright claims - Polygon.
There’s no reason you can’t sell such a game on steam through greenlight. You’ll need to spend a lot of time on high production values. This means high quality artwork, sounds music, a good plot etc, plus a good trailer, marketing campaign, adverts etc.
Yes you can. and more things that come from other people. Make sure that you check well if you are allowed to use it for commercial projects, most people do it as long as you give them the credit they deserve.
can you add your own music? On the left select the folder Music (BGM) for musics or Sound (SE) for sound effects. Then you can click on import and choose your file.