Where should I put Godot license if I am making mobile game?

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:bust_in_silhouette: Asked By icqqq

I think I can put Godot license in a license file if I publish a PC game.

But where should I put the license if I publish mobile game?

In my game I have a Credits menu in which I list all people who worked on the game, and I included a mention to “Godot Engine and contributors”. But I wonder where to put the full license, if that’s required

Zylann | 2018-09-06 12:38

:bust_in_silhouette: Reply From: Calinou

You can find information about licensing on the official website’s license page.


Godot Engine’s license terms and copyright do not apply to the content you create with it; you are free to license your games how you see best fit, and will be their sole copyright owner(s).

Note however that the Godot Engine binary that you would distribute with your game is a copy of the “Software” as defined in the license, and you are therefore required to include the copyright notice and license statement somewhere in your documentation.

The Godot Engine developers consider that a link to this page (godotengine.org/license) in your game documentation or credits would be an acceptable way to satisfy the license terms.

So, I guess the license could go either in the “credits” section, or in an “about game…” section.

Ertain | 2018-09-07 17:39