History of VRUN Games
VRUN Games is a branch of Redscientist Labs that focuses on glitchart-related games
The virus.run domain was acquired in the early 2012 as a host for its titular game codenamed "VRUN"
The "VRUN" project eventually became "Corrupt The World"; our first completed fully-featured glitchart game project.
We, the team behind VRUN Games, are committed to push the boundaries of glitchart games and bring the most unique experiences.
Licencing and use of material
The games featured on this website are Closed Source in nature unless specified otherwise.
You are allowed to download, share, record, stream and mod our games.
Some of our metagames may require external files to function. Said files cannot be provided to the user. Community-powered content is available on the optional.fun website.
Some games (such as Glitch Attack) use RTCV technology from Redscientist Labs. These technologies are Open Source and available under an MIT Licence when possible.
Some emulator-based metagames (such as Glitch Attack) can use various emulators such as Bizhawk Emulator. Please see the licence of those emulators at their github repo for more details.
Clickteam Fusion Engine
The game "Corrupt The World" uses an html5 Clickteam Fusion Engine in a custom software enclosure. The base core engine is distributed according to Clickteam's license.