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9-20-2008 @ 1:29PM
Interesting idea: mods being made by other game companies. I wonder if they can charge for it. I seriously doubt it.
9-20-2008 @ 1:48PM
I doubt they can charge for the addon itself. However if it has some sort of meaningful backend (like WoWecon.com or WWS) then they could charge for it I believe. However, for Bejewled, I can't imagine any meaningful backend other than a global highscore site that you could break down by server/faction/race/class/playedtime/addonplayedtime/etc which would be interesting from a pure statistics standpoint, but wouldn't be worth 10-40 dollars. Maybe 1-2 bucks, but no more than 5 for the statistics splurge.
9-22-2008 @ 10:28AM
They charge for the addon Carbonite. So I don't see why not. http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html;jsessionid=1B8E6E96017ADD71830F0674520B652F?topicId=3881825791&sid=1And it's legit too. So if they get players hooked on the game and then make more and charge for those, their set.
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