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Attribution license ok for commercial indie games?


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Yes for licenses you need to read exact requirements to be sure.

Otherwise, if you have some Photoshop skills (or willing to learn using free YouTube videos) you can also "get inspired" from images and make your own version of them or, at least, modify them sufficiently to make them "made by you".

Oh and it also helps to get creative and find some interesting way to avoid relying on images. I tried to challenge myself and did that in my last game, the Particle War, which I posted in the Game Showcase.

Best of luck,

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