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majd_abdul says

Hey all,

Just read an interesting mail from a client asking if it was possible to upgrade to an Extended License after purchasing a Regular one?

For example, the client bought a Regular License game intending to put it up on a website, then later decided that it would be worth it to upgrade to an Extended License and sell the game on the iPhone App Store. In this case, the client would pay the difference and get an Extended License.

I know it’s currently not possible, but it sounds like a nice option for buyers…

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KrownThemes says

The prices on these marketplaces are really..really low :)
He should just buy the file again with an extended license..

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Joost Moderator says

and sell the game on the iPhone App Store.

Five sales and he’s out of the extra cost ;)

I’ve gotta agree with RubenBristian here. Seems like a bit of an ‘overkill’ feature – extended licenses are tremendously cheap as it is anyway :P

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