I invented a board game, and after reading up on how to publish it and understanding how much time I would need to spend and how little gains I’m likely to get, I thought of open-sourcing it.
The game consists of a playing board and some 3-dimensional pieces that easily lend themselves to 3D printing. And of cause a set of rules.
Is there a license that I can use that allows people to 3D print the game, gift it to friends, and have fun, but not sell it or mass-produce it without paying me a part of the pie?
If such a license exists, can I just refer to that license and then share all the information online for everybody to use?
I’m not a native English speaker and trying to read and understand the (many) different licenses is hurting my brain, so any advice is very welcome.