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goldenblade

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  1. OK just because it is easy to get images from browser, I thought that maybe there was a binary resource for more protection. I understand that is not nessecary. Thank you for your time.
  2. But in html5 platform the sprites are exposed as simple images as I have seen to https://cdn.rawgit.com/flyover/spriter.js/master/demo/index.html Is it ok? Or The Art packs are bundled?
  3. I would like to ask a simple question for the Art Packs License. if I want to make an HTML5 game using Art Packs , how can I assure that the License is not violated as long as the resources must be downloaded to the browser?
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