Similarly, licensing and distribution agreements for businesses and distributors can offer excellent business opportunities in these legal systems (particularly if the local distributor is able to obtain exclusive rights for the market and the sale of high-demand products or services), without the distributor having to invest heavily in product development from the outset. The distribution contract may include conditions that prescribe how the goods are marketed or promoted. Subject to the terms of this contract, VENDOR grants the DISTRIBUTOR, during the lifetime, a non-exclusive right and license to (a) market the software to end-users; (b) acquire software licenses for distribution to end-users; and (c) distribute software and licenses to end-users. DISTRIBUTOR may use VENDOR names, brands, service marks, trade names, product names and logos in relation to the software (VENDOR brands) for advertising, distribution and advertising of the software to end-users. The DISTRIBUTOR agrees not to modify, modify, hide, remove or modify a vendor trademark without THE prior consent of VENDOR. VENDOR is responsible for awarding an end-user contract to any end user authorized to use the Software. The distributor agrees not to change or modify an end user agreement. A licensing agreement defines the “rules” that the purchaser must follow: a distribution contract is an agreement between a manufacturer and a supplier to market and/or sell the manufactured items. Many people do not understand the differences between the different types of agreements – franchising, distribution, agency and license – that are made with a third party to represent a company or brand in a certain way. That is why I tried to detail each agreement afterwards. The term “documentation” refers to printed or online instructions, manuals, screens and diagrams distributed by VENDOR or otherwise made available and related to the software; “end user,” any potential licensee or licensee of the software; “end user agreement,” the standard agreement (s) under which VENDOR grants end-users the right and license to use the software; “term” has the meaning outlined in section 3 below.
About This Game
Yes Chef! Is a new game for foodies. It is basically a combination of Chutes & Ladders + Trivial Pursuit which uses an iOS device (iPad / iPhone / iPod Touch) to access a database of questions and outcomes.
This blog is intended as a sort of diary of the development of the game, and to provide an opportunity for anyone interested in the game to contribute to it.
Access the game directly
You can access the online version of the game using any iOS device by going to the following URL:
This is currently a static build - there is no data in it. It's currently being used to design the UI flow and tweak the CSS for iPhone and iPad versions.
To add the game as an app to your device, look at the instructions at the bottom of this post...