Cease and Desist - three words we wouldn’t want to hear from any company towards our project.
So some of you are worried that our project may go down because of the fact that it’s a crossover with two franchises made by two different companies. Some of you suggested that we change the name as well.
I’ll tell you this. The name will stay as is unless if we are specifically requested to do so from an official source.
As for the game, well, let me say this.
We’re indeed taking risks. We know we’re in the middle of potential crossfires between plenty of companies. We are also cautious and in fear of the work known as copyright law.
If we don’t play our cards right, we can be taken down like MLP: Online was. But we will play our cards right.
If anything, Super Smash Flash, Super Smash Flash 2, Super Smash Bros. crusade, and plenty other Smash Bros. fangames would’ve been taken down by Nintendo. But Nintendon’t do that.
On another note, if I know one thing, things begin to be as risky as hanging on a cliffside when green paper is involved. So please do not send us any financial donations to us. We will refuse to take money. Any related to this project.
Say I am taking a nice stroll downtown in the middle of gunshots and explosions of war as I go down to get an ice cream cone. If you saw me and said, “Hey! You’re the Super Smash Ponies Dude,” I’d be flattered and also confused as to why you are out in the middle of a war zone. You present to me 5 dollars. Then I would throw you in the cross fire (No, not really). If you gave me 5 dollars for a reason that 100% does not have to do with the game, then I’d gladly accept (and even share an ice cream with you while returning home with the spoils of war)!
But, my point is no money, please. That is a gray area where we can be taken down easily. That’s usually the main area for the reason behind cease and desists, really.
We appreciate your concerns, but rest assured we won’t go down. This project is our own child, and what more could be said if a parent were to lose their child? You can’t replace them.
And on that note, back to work!