End User Agreement

Question:

In particular I am looking for a stock standard End User Agreement which is
cheaper (although more likely less bullet proof) than the $3000 my Lawyers
have quoted. Given that every piece of software downloaded has one, and that
nobody actually reads them I figure there should be an industry standard
already out there. Do you have any advice on the matter?

Answer:
Fire your lawyer.

(Just kidding)

If you have indie game and need end user license agreement, I’m sure you can find one from existing games. Wikipedia offers some information about what EULA is. Basically it’s the agreement between you and your gamer, which grants the player a license to use your software. I guess the words “provided AS IS basis” are the most important ones.

Here’s (free) example EULA: download. It’s used by Indiepath.

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