Jun 18, 2009 at 2:54 PM
Edited Jun 18, 2009 at 5:25 PM
You can indeed use it in a game that you want to sell or otherwise distribute. You can create derived works under a different name with your own code mixed into it if you want. It is a free and open project and you can basically do what you want.
It is not a requrement, but we would like people to know that you use the Farseer Physics Engine. It would be great if you included the Farseer Physics Engine logo somewhere. (found on the front page).
There are some limitations of our
1. The license does not give you the rights to include any of our contributers' name, logo or their trademarks. (You have the right to use our logo, I gave you that right)
2. If you decide to use our code in your own work, remember that the code is licensed under our
license. You must have a copy of that license distributed along with the code. You can license the code under your own license, but only if it comply with our license.
3. The software is licensed as-is. This means that you bear the risk of using it and any harm caused by this software can't be blamed on us. We give no guarantees or warranties.