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  1. So I was thinking about writing a CAV force creation tool, and it has me wondering, is there are 3rd party license for CAV? Are there guidelines I need to follow/IP elements I need to avoid including in a web app etc? I'd hate to put work into writing a tool like this only to get C&D in my inbox that turned it into wasted time and effort. I know Reaper is cool, but I also know they have IP and have to defend said IP in specific circumstances to maintain it. So what kind of permissions/restrictions are currently in existence for CAV?
  2. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1067367405/pinball-arcade-the-addams-family Farsight Studios has negotiated with all parties to produce this licensed table, and now they're looking to raise the needed money. This is their 4th Kickstarter of this type, the previous three being Twilight Zone, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Terminator 2: Judgment Day. What makes this group different from other digital pinball makers is that they produce recreations of actual, real-life tables. Licenses don't come cheap, but any extra over their goal they fold into the next license they pursue
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