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This User License Agreement (including the appended "Terms of Game Distribution"; henceforth "This Agreement") applies to all relationships between the purchaser (including individuals installing This Software on a computer or other device in the event said individual is distinct from the purchaser; henceforth "User") of "RPG Maker MZ" (henceforth "This Software"), a product of Gotcha Gotcha Games Inc. (henceforth "Company"). The User must read This Agreement closely prior to use of This Software. The User shall be deemed to have consented to This Agreement upon initiating installation of This Software. In the event the User is a minor, This Software shall be installed pursuant to consent (including consent to This Agreement) from a parent or other legal guardian. In the event that the User that was a minor upon consent to This Agreement reaches the age of majority and subsequently uses This Software, additional consent for use during the period said User was a minor shall be viewed as given.
The User may utilize This Software via installation thereof on a computer or other device (henceforth "User Device").
In the event the User owns multiple User Devices, and only in cases when the User is the authorized User of This Software on the basis of Article 3 Paragraph 1, in addition to the installation of the previous paragraph, the User may install This Software on a second User Device for purposes of use by the User only. However, even in such cases, the User may not permit use of This Software by a third party as installed on either User Device.
The User shall conduct network authentication of This Software after installation thereof, in accordance with methods separately stipulated by the Company.
The User acknowledges that, in the event that the network authentication of the previous paragraph is not completed in the standard fashion, This Software cannot be launched or used, regardless of the reasons for said non-completion.
The User shall conduct user registration for This Software upon commencing usage thereof, in accordance with methods separately stipulated by the Company, and shall become an authorized user (henceforth "Authorized User") of This Software upon completion of said user registration.
The User acknowledges that the Company does not offer support for usage, etc. of This Software for any user that has not completed the user registration of the previous paragraph.
The Company provides a license for use of This Software in accordance with the following items only in cases when the User is the Authorized User.
(1) Production of original games (henceforth "User Games") using This Software (including computer programs which comprise This Software) and assets (including text, music, and images, etc.; henceforth collectively "Company Assets") contained within This Software. Furthermore, the User may not load, use, or otherwise utilize Company Assets into original games created with personally-created programs or game creation tools, etc. provided by a third party without the advance written consent of the Company.
(2) The transfer, lending, projection, public distribution, or enabling of transmission (henceforth collectively "Distribution, etc.") of User Games created pursuant to the previous item, regardless of whether compensated or uncompensated. However, note that the User must adhere to the "Terms of Game Distribution, etc." appended to This Agreement during said Distribution, etc.
The User may not engage in any of the following during the use of This Software.
(2) Removal of security from This Software via utilization of bugs or malfunctions, etc., or via usage of This Software in any manner not permitted by the Company, including production of derivative software via adaptation, translation, or modification, etc. of This Software.
(3) The duplication, publication, projection, lending, sale, distribution, display, publish transmission, or enabling of transmission of This Software in whole or in part without the prior written consent of the Company, or separate Distribution, etc. of either the computer programs (henceforth "Company Programs") comprising This Software, or other Company Assets.
(4) Violations of This Agreement, etc.
(5) Infliction of damages on the Company, any other User, or any third party, or actions which threaten thereof.
(6) Any other actions the Company deems to be inappropriate.
In the event the User violates the previous two paragraphs, the Company may take measures such as issuing warnings to the User, etc. Furthermore, in the event the Company incurs damages from said violation, the User shall compensate for said damages.
All copyrights, rights relating to copyrights, and other intellectual property rights concerning This Software (including Company Programs and Company Assets) are retained by the Company.
Copyrights, rights relating to copyrights, and other intellectual property rights concerning User Games (excluding Company Programs and Company Assets) and assets personally produced by the User (text, music, images, etc.) are retained by the User who produced said User Games and assets.
The Company is not liable in any way for damages the User may incur pursuant to use of This Software, excluding cases of malicious intent or negligence on the part of the Company.
In the event the Company is liable pursuant to the previous paragraph, excluding cases of malicious intent or negligence on the part of the Company, the representatives thereof, or employees thereof, damages that the User may seek from the Company are limited to standard and direct damages incurred by the User, and the Company is not liable in any fashion for special damages, indirect damages, lost profits, attorney fees, or similar damages incurred by the User. In no case shall the total amount of damages the Company is liable for exceed an upper limit of the purchase price actually paid for This Software by the User.
The Company will exercise reasonable caution in order to maintain the reliability of This Software, but makes no guarantee regarding the following items, wherein the User bears liability and responsibility for the use of This Software.
(1) Compatibility of This Software with specific objectives
(2) Reliability and stability of operation of This Software
The Company is not liable in any way for conflict or disputes between third parties and the User pursuant to use of This Software by the User, or pursuant to the production of User Games or Distribution, etc.
In the event of compatibility with general user benefits or of reasonable necessity, the Company may amend This Agreement, etc. without the consent of the User. In such cases, the Company shall give notice of amended items via the official website by the date one (1) month prior to the date said amendments take effect. The amended version of This Agreement, etc. shall take effect from the date of effect indicated by the Company on the official website. However, in the event that consent from the User is required by law for amendments, said consent shall be obtained in the way stipulated by the Company.
The Japanese language version of This Agreement, etc. shall be the official version, and translations of This Agreement, etc. into other languages are provided only as reference. In the event of any discrepancy in the interpretation of said references and the official Japanese language version, interpretations of the official Japanese version shall take precedence.
Japanese law shall be the governing law of This Agreement, etc., and Japanese law shall be used in its interpretation.
In the event that litigation or arbitration is required in relation to This Agreement, the Tokyo District Court of Japan shall hold exclusive jurisdiction by advance mutual consent of the Company and the User.
These terms of game distribution, etc. (henceforth "These Terms") stipulate terms for the Authorized User of This Software to produce and perform Distribution, etc. of User Games. The User must adhere to These Terms as a unit with the User License Agreement (henceforth "This Agreement") of This Software. Furthermore, in the absence of any specific stipulations, terminology used in These Terms shall be as defined in This Agreement.
The User may perform Distribution, etc. of User Games only in cases which satisfy all of the following items.
(1) The User is the Authorized User of This Software.
(2) User Games must not infringe upon the rights (copyrights, trademark rights, moral rights, or any other rights) or benefits belonging to third parties, and must not threaten infringement as such.
(3) User games must not contain computer viruses, and computer viruses and other harmful programs (including spam) must not be provided via User Games.
(4) User Games must not violate laws or public morality, or threaten such violations.
(5) User Games must not violate This Agreement, etc.
(6) The User may not take any other actions the Company deems inappropriate.
The User shall perform production and Distribution, etc. of User Games at personal liability and bear responsibility for expenses, and shall make no imposition therein on the Company.
The User shall handle Company Assets contained in This Software as follows.
(1) Company Assets may be used only in User Games produced with This Software.
(2) Company Assets may be modified (colors or size changed, inverted, trimmed, etc.) only for purposes of use in User Games produced with This Software.
(3) Company Assets or those modified pursuant to the previous item may undergo Distribution, etc. with User Games produced with This Software. Furthermore, the User may not perform Distribution, etc. of individual Company Assets or those modified, or Distribution, etc. in combination with programs, etc. other than User Games. However, the User may duplicate, transfer, publicly transmit, or enable transmission of personally-modified Company Assets to other Authorized Users free of charge.
The User shall give notice of or display the following items to users of User Games when performing Distribution, etc. of User Games.
(1) Clear indication within document attachments (within help files in cases without document attachments, or positioned in a visible location for users of User Games; the same shall apply henceforth) that said User Games were produced using This Software.
(2) The following notation of rights concerning This Software shall be displayed within document attachments.
- Notation: "©Gotcha Gotcha Games Inc./YOJI OJIMA 2020"
(3) Extraction of Company Programs or Company Assets from User Games and Distribution, etc. thereof (regardless of whether compensated or uncompensated) is prohibited.
(4) Extraction or modification of Company Programs or Company Assets from User Games is prohibited.
(5) Extraction of Company Assets from User Games for use in original games (regardless of whether compensated or uncompensated) is prohibited.
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The Japanese version of the Agreement shall be the original, and the English translation below is provided as a reference. Should discrepancies arise in the interpretation of the Japanese original and English translation, the interpretation of the Japanese agreement shall take precedence.
This End User License Agreement (henceforth, “Agreement,” including game distribution terms) shall apply to all relationships between Gotcha Gotcha Games Inc. (henceforth, “Company”) and the Purchaser (includes cases where a different person installs this Software on a computer device, and shall henceforth be referred to as the “User”) of the Company’s “RPG Maker MV” (henceforth, “Software”). The User, prior to using the Software, shall carefully read this Agreement. The User shall consent to this Agreement upon commencing use of the Software.
Furthermore, regarding the use of this Software, in the event the Company establishes usage conditions and cautionary items, etc. (henceforth, “usage conditions, etc.”) on its official website (http://www.rpgmakerweb.com/support) (henceforth, “official website”), the User shall consent to, and observe, these usage conditions, etc. as part of the Agreement.
Also, the Software uses the open-source program “Qt”, and the Agreement shall not apply. Refer to the text of the “GNU Lesser General Public License” at the end of the Agreement.
1. The User may use the Software upon installing it on a single computer device compatible with the Software (henceforth, "user device").
2. In the event the User possesses multiple computer devices, the User may use, upon installation, the Software on a second user device for the purpose of sole use by the User limited to cases where the User is a Licensed User of the Software as defined by Article 3 Paragraph 1. However, even in such cases, the User shall not allow a third party other than the User to use the Software installed on either of the user devices.
1. The User shall, upon installing the Software, perform a network authentication for the Software following the method separately prescribed by the Company.
2. Should the network authentication in the previous Paragraph not be completed in an ordinary manner, regardless of reason, the User shall agree in advance that that the Software cannot be activated and used.
1. The User shall perform a User Registration of the Software in the manner separately prescribed by the Company upon commencing usage of the Software, and following completion of User Registration, shall become a Licensed User (henceforth, “Licensed User”) of the Software.
2. The User shall agree in advance that the Company shall provide no support regarding the use, etc. of this Software to Users who have not completed the User Registration described in the previous Paragraph.
The Company shall license use of the Software as follows limited to cases where the User is a Licensed User.
1. Creation of original games (henceforth, “User Games”) using the Software (including the computer programs comprising the Software) and the materials (referring to text, music, images, etc., henceforth, “Company Materials”) recorded in the Software. Furthermore, the User cannot record or use, etc. Company Materials in the original games they create using creation tools, etc. they created or provided by third parties without obtaining the Company’s advance written consent.
2. To transfer, rent, screen, public broadcast, or make transmittable (henceforth, generally referred to as “distribute, etc.”), whether for fee or gratis, the User Games created in accordance with the previous Paragraph. However, in such cases, the User shall abide by the
“Game Distribution Terms” appended to this Agreement.
1. The User, in using the Software, shall abide by the User obligations defined in the Agreement and usage conditions, etc. (henceforth, generally referred to as “Agreement, etc.”) and shall use the Software in an appropriate and legal manner.
2. The User, in using the Software, shall not commit the following acts.
1. Acts where multiple persons use the Software installed on the two user devices in accordance with Article 1, Paragraph 2, and acts where the Software is installed and used on three or more user devices. However, in cases where educational institutions, etc. require multiple licenses, advance notice shall be given and usage conditions shall be determined in accordance with a separate consultation and agreement with the Company.
2. Acts where the security features of the Software are disabled through using bugs or malfunctions, etc. in the Software, or through using the Software in a manner not permitted by the Company. Also, acts where derivative software is produced via adaptation or translation of the Software.
3. Acts where the Software is reproduced, published, screened, rented, sold, disseminated, displayed, publically broadcasted, or made transmittable, etc., in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of the Company, and acts where the Software’s computer program (henceforth, “Company’s program”) and Company Materials are distributed, etc. independently.
4. Acts in violation of the Agreement, etc.
5. Acts that cause harm to the Company, other Users or third parties, as well as acts with such potential.
6. Any other acts the Company deems improper.
3. Should the User violate the obligations of this Article, the Company may take measures such as issuing a warning to the user. The User shall provide compensatory damages for any damages incurred by the Company arising from the User’s violation of their obligations in this Article.
1. Copyrights, neighboring rights, and all other intellectual property rights pertaining to the Software (including Company programs and Company Materials) shall belong to the Company.
2. Copyrights, neighboring rights, and all other intellectual property rights pertaining to user games (excluding Company programs and Company Materials) and materials created by the User (text, music, images, etc.) shall belong to the relevant user game and the User who produced the relevant materials.
1. The Company shall bear no responsibility whatsoever for damages incurred by the User due to the use of the Software, except in cases of intentional acts or gross negligence by the Company.
2. Even in cases where the Company is liable in accordance with the previous Paragraph, except for intentional acts or gross negligence by the Company, the Company’s representatives, or the Company’s employees, damages for which the User can request compensation shall be limited to direct and ordinary damages incurred by the User, and the Company shall be in no way liable for special damages, indirect damages, lost income, and attorney’s fees, or any other such damages incurred by the User. In all circumstances, the total amount of compensatory damages to be borne by the Company shall not exceed the purchase price the User actually expended for the Software.
3. The Company shall exercise the utmost care in maintaining Software reliability, but no warranty whatsoever shall be provided for the following matters, and the User shall use the Software at their own responsibility and expense.
1. The compatibility of this software toward specific objectives
2. Reliability and stability of Software operation
4. The Company shall be in no way liable for problems and disputes occurring with third parties due to the User using the Software, and creating and distributing, etc., User Games.
The Company may modify the Agreement, etc. without the User’s consent. In such cases, the Company shall officially announce the modifications on its official website no earlier than one month prior to the date the changes are to take effect. The modified Agreement, etc. shall come into force from the date specified on the Company’s official website.
The Japanese version of the Agreement, etc. shall be the original, and versions of the Agreement, etc. translated into languages other than Japanese shall be created as reference translations. In the event discrepancies occur in the interpretation of the Japanese original and the reference translations, the interpretation of the Japanese original shall take precedence.
This Agreement, etc. shall be governed by the laws of Japan, and shall be incorporated in accordance with the laws of Japan.
In the event the usage, etc. of the Software, and the interpretation and application of the Agreement, etc. requires litigation, the User shall agree in advance that the Tokyo District Court (Japan) shall have exclusive jurisdiction as the court of first instance.
These user distribution terms (henceforth, “Terms”) define the creation and distribution, etc. of User Games by Licensed Users. Users shall abide by these Terms as part of the End User License Agreement (henceforth, “Agreement”). Also, definitions of terminology in these Terms shall be as defined in the Agreement unless otherwise specified.
1. The User shall be able to distribute, etc. User Games only in cases where the following conditions have been satisfied:
1. The User is a Licensed User of the Software.
2. The User Game does not infringe upon third-party rights (copyrights, trademark rights, moral rights, portrait rights, etc.) and interests, and there is no risk of such infringement.
3. The User Game shall not be infected with computer viruses, and the User Game shall not be used to perform acts (including spamming) where malicious programs such as computer viruses, etc. are provided.
4. User Games do not violate statutes, laws, regulations, orders, or public order, and there is no risk of such violations.
5. User Games shall not violate the Agreement, etc.
6. Any other acts the Company deems improper shall not be performed.
2. The User shall create and distribute, etc. User Games at their own responsibility and expense, and shall hold the Company harmless.
The User shall handle the Company Materials recorded in the Software as follows.
1. Company Materials shall be used solely for User Games created with the Software.
2. Modification of Company Materials (changes in color, size, orientation, trimming, etc.) shall be solely for the purpose of use in User Games created with the Software.
3. Company Materials and Company Materials modified in accordance with the previous Paragraph shall be distributed, etc. with the User Game created with the Software. Furthermore, the distribution, etc. of Company Materials and modified Company Materials shall be permitted only when they are distributed, etc. with the User Game created with the Software. Company Materials and modified Company Materials may not be distributed, etc. independently, and they may not be combined with programs, etc. other than the User Game. However, the User may, without compensation, reproduce, transfer, publically broadcast, or make transmittable any Company Materials they modified themselves to another Licensed User.
Upon distribution, etc. of the User Game, the User shall provide the following notifications or declarations to users of User Games.
1. Clearly indicate in the attached documentation (in the event there is no attached documentation, in the help file or in a location readily visible to the user of the User Game. The same shall apply hereafter) that the User Game was created using the Software.
2. The attached documentation shall have the following Statement of Rights.
● Statement of Rights: “©2015 GOTCHA GOTCHA GAMES/YOJI OJIMA”
3. Acts where the Company’s program and/or Company Materials are extracted from the User Game and distributed, etc. are prohibited, regardless of whether for fee or gratis.
4. Acts where the Company’s program and/or Company Materials are extracted from the User Game and modified are prohibited.
5. Acts where Company Materials are extracted from the User Game and used for self-authored games are prohibited, whether for fee or gratis.
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この使用許諾契約書（ゲーム配布条件を含み、以下「本契約」といいます）は、株式会社GOTCHA GOTCHA GAMES（以下「弊社」といいます）と、弊社製品『RPGツクールMV』（以下「本ソフトウェア」といいます）の購入者（購入者と、本ソフトウェアをコンピュータ機器にインストールする者が異なる場合には、当該インストールする者を含みます。以下「ユーザー」といいます）との間の一切の関係に適用されるものとします。ユーザーは、本ソフトウェアの使用に先立ち、必ず本契約をよくお読みください。ユーザーは、本ソフトウェアの使用を開始した時点で、本契約に同意したものとみなされます。
また、本ソフトウェアには、オープンソース・プログラムである「Qt」を使用しています。「Qt」に関しては、本契約の条件は適用されず、「GNU Lesser General Public License」が適用されます。その内容は本契約書末尾をご参照ください。
2. ユーザー自身がユーザー機器を複数台所有している場合、ユーザーは、第3条第1項に基づき本ソフトウェアの正規ユーザーとなった場合に限り、前項のインストールに加えて、ユーザーのみが使用することを目的として2台目のユーザー機器に本ソフトウェアをインストールのうえ使用することができます。但し、この場合でも、ユーザーは、2台のうちいずれかのユーザー機器にインストールされた本ソフトウェアを、ユーザー以外の第三者に使用させることはできないものとします。第2条（ネットワーク認証）1. ユーザーは、本ソフトウェアのインストール後、弊社が別途定める方法に従って、本ソフトウェアのネットワーク認証を行うものとします。
2. ユーザーは、前項のネットワーク認証が正常に完了しなかった場合、理由の如何を問わず、本ソフトウェアの起動及び使用ができなくなることにつき、予め承諾するものとします。第3条（ユーザー登録）1. ユーザーは、本ソフトウェアの使用開始にあたり、弊社が別途定める方法に従って、本ソフトウェアのユーザー登録を行うものとし、当該ユーザー登録の完了をもって、本ソフトウェアの正規ユーザー（以下「正規ユーザー」といいます）となるものとします。
② 前号に基づいて作成したユーザーゲームを、有償・無償を問わず、譲渡、貸与、上映、公衆送信、送信可能化（以下総称して「配布等 」といいます）すること。但しこの場合、ユーザーは、本契約附則の「ゲーム配布条件」を遵守するものとします。第6条（禁止事項）1. ユーザーは、本ソフトウェアの使用にあたり、本契約及び利用条件等（以下総称して「本契約等」といいます）に定めるユーザーの義務を遵守し、適正かつ適法に使用するものとします。
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3. ユーザーが本条の義務に違反した場合、弊社はユーザーに対して、警告を行う等の措置を取ることがあります。ユーザーが本条の義務に違反したことにより弊社に損害を生じた場合には、ユーザーは当該損害を賠償するものとします。第7条（権利帰属）1. 本ソフトウェア（弊社プログラム及び弊社素材を含みます）に関する著作権、著作隣接権、その他の知的財産権は、弊社に帰属します。
2. ユーザーゲーム（弊社プログラム及び弊社素材を除きます）及びユーザー自身が制作した素材（文章、音楽、画像等）に関する著作権、著作隣接権、その他の知的財産権は、当該ユーザーゲーム及び当該素材を制作したユーザーに帰属します。第8条（免責事項）1. 弊社は、本ソフトウェアを使用することによりユーザーに生じた損害については、弊社に故意又は過失のある場合を除き、一切責任を負わないものとします。
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