Pangea Offers Free Scholastic Site License
8:05 AM | Eddie Park | Comment on this story
Educators may be interested in a recent update to Pangea Software's policy on sitewide licenses for any of its games. Previously, Pangea allowed any K-12 public school to freely install any game on as many machines as were available to the school, with the stipulation that the school own at least one legitimate copy of that game.
The policy has now changed, and schools no longer have to purchase any copies. Instead, Pangea is offering free serial numbers for all their titles to public schools in the U.S. These titles include Bugdom, Nansosaur, Enigmo, Billy Frontier, Otto Matic, Bugdom 2, Nanosaur 2, Enigmo 2, and Cro-Mag Rally.
To request a serial number, schools must file a written request on the school's letterhead that lists the requested game titles and a .k12 email address to which the serial numbers will be set. The letter must also be signed by the school's principal.
Those seeking more information related to this new policy are encouraged to contact Brian Greenstone at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pangea Software - Free Site License Policy
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