Half Life 1 SDK LICENSE
You may copy, modify, and distribute the SDK and any modifications you make to the SDK in source and object code form, but only for free. Any distribution of this SDK must include this license.txt and third_party_licenses.txt.
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Natural Selection copyright and trademarks
All artwork, sounds, audio, screenshots, text and code in Natural Selection, Zen of Sudoku, Spark engine and Natural Selection 2 are Copyright © 2014 Unknown Worlds Entertainment, Inc (http://www.unknownworlds.com).
The mark Natural Selection was first represented in association with video-game software in June of 2001, and was first used in commerce around January, 2002. Natural Selection is Registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (No. 4,179,393).
Natural Selection license
See COPYING.txt for the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
EXCLUDED CODE: The code described below and contained in the Natural Selection Source Code release is not part of the Program covered by the GPL and is expressly excluded from its terms. You are solely responsible for obtaining from the copyright holder a license for such code and complying with the applicable license terms.
EXCLUDED CODE AND LIBRARIES
- Half Life 1 SDK LICENSE (Copyright(C) Valve Corp.)
- FMOD 3.7.5
- LUA 5.0 (http://lua.org)
- Particle system library by David McAllister (http://www.cs.unc.edu/techreports/00-007.pdf).
Original code and design by Charlie Cleveland (firstname.lastname@example.org, @flayra).