ADOM II License
ADOM II currently is provided as postcard-ware which basically means that you can play ADOM II for as long as you want if you send me a postcard from wherever you live, after you have enjoyed ADOM II for more than a couple of weeks (e.g. longer than two months). You can find the target address under the "Postcard Quest" button on the main screen of ADOM II. Additionally you are required to abide by the following licensing terms:
- You will not decompile or reverse engineer ADOM II.
- You will not use ADOM II as a whole or parts of ADOM II in other projects.
- You will not modify ADOM II or any parts of it.
- You will not redistribute ADOM II in any way. The download via http://www.adom.de is the sole source of distribution.
- You will not charge anyone for using ADOM II.
- You will not challenge the intellectual property rights of the author.
- You accept that ADOM II comes without any warranty of any kind and that the author cannot be held responsible for any damage to your system or data accidentally (by bug or system error) caused to your system or data.
Downloading, storing or starting ADOM II shows that you agree with above terms.
Supporting ADOM II Development
Statement of Thomas Biskup: I am developing ADOM II in my spare time. Since I have to work and pay bills like most people on Earth all donations are welcome. These donations will be used exclusively to further the development of ADOM II (e.g. by buying better development hardware or software, buying the spare time required to develop, etc.). Naturally you are not required to donate in order to be able to play ADOM II but it helps to do so nonetheless as each donation buys me a little more time to spend working on ADOM II. All donations currently are handled via Paypal:
ADOM II Downloads
Here you can download ADOM II: Legends of Ancardia in both its current incarnation and the older versions.
Current ADOM II download (version 0.3.2)
Keep in mind the following details:
- When asked by your browser what to do with a JNLP file, just open it.
- When asked whether to trust the software certificate (signed by Thomas Biskup) offered to you, you need to trust it and allow it to access your local system.