I don’t give out permissions to port my mods to any platform. Not anymore.

I have been modding games for more than ten years, and it’s always been for free as a hobby. The modding world used to be one of fun, trust, sharing and solidarity but it is changing into something more sinister and I now want complete control and retain my own rights over my own products. Further, to create my mods I often use and include assets by various other authors and they have been sharing their material with me in trust.

If something needs porting, I’ll do it myself. There will be no monetary gain from my mods. No paid mods and no donation buttons.

These rules are necessary because I’ve been too liberal and naive in the past giving out permissions only to find out that other people have been monetizing my work in one way or other. Fool me once. Antiscamp doesn’t give permissions anymore.

Some Screenshots

Here are some more screenshots of the recent progress on Lindum. These are going to be published as the official screenshots on the mod’s Nexus page. I was planning on releasing it tonight, but I think I want to do a couple of things more on it.

It started as a small project with me wanting to make the town compatible with the Basic Needs and Basic Hygiene mods, but developed into an all-out overhaul of the entire town. I call it Lindum Overhaul. Stay tuned.