About errors that form can not be sent from some models
An error has occurred that some form of model can not use the inquiry form of the official page.
Sorry to trouble you, but if you can not use the form, please contact us by e-mail to "email@example.com".
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What device and operating system are you using?
A list of valid devices is on the page below.
Can I play on my iPhone 5C?
Tokyo Afterschool Summoners for iOS requires a 64bit operating system.
As the iPhone 5C is 32bit, it is not compatible.
Replies regarding individual permissions for derivative works, goods, etc.
"Several of us plan to release a fan work (fan goods, etc.) based on the game. Is this allowed by the guidlines?"
"I'm planning to create such and such a spinoff. Please check that there are no issues."
"I work for a company called ________, but I would like to release a fan work on my own. Is this allowed?"
"Is this in violation of the ________ section of the guidelines?"
Replies to the previous 4 questions are the same.
Please refer to the copyright guidelines made public on our company's official website.
Individual actions, as mentioned in the guidelines, are defined as actions taken by any individual or corporation that are not intended for profit.
As long as it falls under this description and follows all guidelines, a fan work is not in violation, be it made by an individual or a group.
As referenced in the guidelines, our guidelines make no distinctions as to free vs. charged fan works.
When for-profit corporations or members of one-man businesses distribute under an individual's name, it is still not in conflict with these guidelines so long as the action is entirely individual.
However, if our company determines that it appears the for-profit company or one-man business has taken part in the production, a warning will be given.
If no improvement is noticable, we may take appropriate action, including legal action.
In the event only some of the derivative works do not follow the copyright guidelines, we will judge published materials on a case-by-case basis.
As such, we regret that we cannot provide advance permission or judgement regarding specific cases.
In addition, we will also not answer individual requests for permission for creative works already published.
We appreciate your understanding.
Can I publish a fan work under the name of my company, etc?
First, please refer to the copyright guidelines on our company's official website.
In our copyright guidelines, permitted fan works are limited to those in the individual sphere.
If a business representative, including those of both corporations and self-owned businesses, wishes to publish a derivative work, they must obtain an official license agreement with our company.
As the offices for handling such processes are still in the works, however, we are unable to process such requests at this time.
Regarding the English name of Horkeu Kamui (ホロケウカムイ)
As we have received many inquiries about the English name of Horkeu Kamui, we are putting our answer in the FAQ.
In regards to the spelling of his name Horkeu Kamui, it is written with reference to the
Ainu Shinyoshu by Yukie Chiri, compiled by Kunihiko Kitamichi.
However, in the most recent edition of the same volume, the name is written as Horkew Kamuy.
Japanese texts regarding the Ainu language, including this one, released after a certain time appear to have been corrected in accordance with today's more common orthography.
For instance, the second sound in the dipthong of the final syllable has been changed to reflect the following:
(According to our development team's research, the change had already occurred by the 1999 publication)
eu→ew (ex. horkeu→horkew)
ui→uy (ex. kamui→kamuy)
Due to these changes, a discrepancy has occurred among research materials.
As the character Horkeu Kamui is meant to be an old-fashioned warrior, we adopted the older version of the spelling to fit with his character.
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