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Glitch game art now available in the public domain

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Glitch It was an MMO created by the founders of Flickr, a game that we discussed several years ago and that closed its doors in 2012, after thousands of hours invested by great artists, fantastic illustrations that are now freely available, in public domain, being It is possible to use the more than 10,000 works of art without having to pay or mention the source (although they say they would appreciate a mention whenever possible).

You can see the details at glitchthegame.com, where they comment on how it opened to the public in 2010 and was closed in 2012 after being played by more than 150,000 people, widely acclaimed for its original and extremely creative visual style, although without having found a business model that allowed the development of the game.

They include the client’s code, to help programmers, as well as the graphics, since the developer of the game has renounced the ownership of the copyright of the same, as indicated in The Verge.

That means you can use the content to make your own games, to illustrate posters, to decorate articles … they are both images and animations in Flash, available for download within its main page.