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Lucasfilm games > Disney rules?


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  • [Game] Lucasfilm games > Disney rules?

    Hi Folks,

    I have seen a couple Indie remakes of old classic Lucasfilm games, which are made by Indie developers/fans.
    Does Disney support Indie developers? If Indie developer shows better quality of the product, will Disney help them to get the game on the market? or will they refuse it immediately without consideration?

    If its Lucasfilm game, does Disney license it? or Disney let Lucasfilm to license it? I heard that after they close down the Lucasarts, they keep some people in there just for licensing. So, its confusing.

    I have seen Tiny Death star on market, which is from Indie studio called Nimblebit, but If I went to their website, there is no Tiny Death Star in their directory, why? Disney rules?

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