Chapter 0 - What can be found in this page
This page is intended for the webmasters that liked our puzzles and would like to display them on their site. Here are the copyright issues addressed (a.k.a. legal mumbo-jumbo), what it would cost you to display our puzzles on your site (zip + nada + squat + nothin' + 30 minutes), the installation instructions, and the options you have available.
If you want for any reason to contact us, feel free to do so. We love getting e-mails, especially from people that like our puzzles enough to place them on their web site!
Chapter 1 - Copyright issues and legal mumbo-jumbo
All the online games on this site are (C)opyrighted by Crea-Soft (Traian Trante).
This program and the download .zip files are intended as freeware. This means that you can use them on your site free of charge. This also means that you are disallowed from charging money for their use or charge money for their redistribution in any form.
You are free to redistribute these files to whoever you would like as long as you do not alter their content in any way and you do not charge money for distributing them.
If you intend to use the puzzles for your site, you will have to show on the pages that use our puzzles a copyright information saying that this puzzles originated from Crea-Soft.com and a hyperlink to our main page. If possible please mention in the copyright information that our site is about puzzles.
A good example of a copyright statement would be the next one (but PLEASE feel free to change anything at this statement, even the size and color of the font, as long as the idea remains intact):
NOTE. The copyright's scope IS to exist there, so as to know who build the game. The copyright scope IS NOT in any case to annoy your visitors, or to brand our name on your pages. We write that because we saw that somebody placed our games on her site, she displayed the copyright terms high, with big fonts, on the top of all the pages. This is definitelly NOT what we intended. Want to make a good copyright? Make the font gray, make the font smaller, and display it where it doesn't annoy anyone (like on the bottom of the page)!
That about covers it.
PS: If someone charged you money for these files mail us here. Remember to send us the name of the one that charged you money for our work, work intended to be distributed for free....
Chapter 2 - What it costs you to show these puzzles on your site
Aside the joke, we don't require any money for these games.
We require from you the copyright links and statement. Read the rules above. We can bet our site you skipped trough the legal mumbo-jumbo part...
Since time means money it will cost you the equivalent of 10 minutes of reading this page and understanding the instructions.
It will also cost you about 5 minutes to download each package (that if you work on a very slow dial-up connection).
Depending on how would you like to integrate the puzzles on your site and how much work you'd like to put in that, that will take time too. If you just drop them on your site it would be done in 2-3 minutes (well, more like 20 minutes, with uploading and everything). However we hardly advise against simply dropping them there... you should, out of the simple respect for your visitors, to integrate the puzzles nicely on your site!
Chapter 3 - Now that we cleared up the "what's this about?" basics, the downloads are here:
We recommend that you begin the downloads right now and read the instructions as the downloads progress. All the downloads start in a new "_blank" window, so click freely on the ones you like, this page will remain here. If you haven't decided yet which ones you like, go now to the online slider puzzles and start playing them to see for yourself...
Downloads. Average size/package = 70 Kb, give or take 10 Kb. Aprox 11 seconds/pack on a 56kbps modem.
You might have seen some more puzzles on our site but not available here. This is due to copyright issues,
as the people who gave us the pictures for those puzzles don't want them redistributed.
Chapter 4 - Assuming the downloads are under way, the instructions of use are here:
Chapter 5 - Examples of how the puzzles look like
Chapter 6 - In the end
We hope that the time you spent reading this instructions was not wasted and that we provided you with some games worthy of your web site! And please don't forget to recomend our games to other webmasters!