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Submission + - Freedom from DRM, in the social gaming arena? (jammerup.com)

An anonymous reader writes: My wife and just successfully funded the production of our board game on Kickstarter, and are putting the over-funding toward the development of an electronic version of the game. It's a two player game turn-taking game with pawn movement that we envision being played on a social network (Words with Friends style) and it's important to us that it be DRM-free.

Does anyone have any experience or know of issues we should consider in terms of preserving the users' rights, achieving scalability, and gaining exposure through the ability to interoperate with platforms like Facebook, the iTunes store, Android market, and so on?

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Freedom from DRM, in the social gaming arena?

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