Your licensing terms seem to indicate that each person must sign up individually, and that I can’t share my account with anyone or let anyone who hasn’t signed up for an account use the Unreal Engine software I just downloaded.
I don’t have kids myself, but our house is frequented by my nephews and niece. I had worked with them a bit in Game Maker before, and was hoping to trade them on up a bit because we’re all pretty excited about the Oculus Rift coming out, and they might have fun trying to put together something for the Oculus Rift or Google Cardboard or the like.
However, they’re all under 13, which means they can’t legally agree to EULA stuff (as far as I understand it), which means they wouldn’t get their own accounts, certainly not accounts with that much detail to read and understand. And eventually I’d like to work with my other nephews, who are 16, but also not really mature enough that I’d trust them signing up under an EULA like that.
Your license talks about educational facilities and the ability to have students use the software without needing individual accounts. Is it possible for this to apply to children learning how to code, so I could use this (as I had originally intended when I decided to sign up for this account) as a way to teach them better coding practices than Game Maker is capable of? Or do I have to wait until the younger kids are old enough to sign up for themselves?
… I also wish you had one of those summary versions of what I just signed up for. I did my best to go through it, and my reading skills aren’t lacking, but it still made my eyes cross and I started skimming a little over halfway through. It’d be nice to have a summary, human-readable version where I could find those areas I want to better understand and go through them, but also not spend more time than is warranted going over the minutia of cover-all-eventualities legalese.