Developer SC-KR Games posted on Twitter (Thanks computer games) announced that the game will be available for purchase again on Steam “soon” after it was removed earlier today. For those who are not in the know, Just so! You basically ran an obstacle course and gradually escalated parkour through it. The goal seems to be to reach space, which means that you are making a continuous ascent from the Earth into the endless void. In short, you are going… only up.
As of this writing, Just so! Very quickly She has amassed a strong following on Twitch, with more than 90,000 viewers and 55,000 users following the game on the streaming platform. While it’s playing successfully on Twitch, a 3D artist claims that the game uses one of their 3D models, which is listed for free use as long as it’s not for commercial purposes.
The respective model is included in scoutchab, which is expressly stated to be for non-commercial use. Just so! It is a $10 game, and it is used to make money, which is directly opposite to the guidelines laid out. It is not clear at this point if this is the cause Just so! It was omitted from the list, but we’ve reached out to Valve and SC-KR Games for clarification.
like computer games pointing to, Just so! Dealt with some controversy before that because it has NFT promotion, but Steam only has rules against NFT if you buy and sell it in-game, rather than simply promoting it.
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