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How to get an educational license to unlock Limbo full game




Limbo is a puzzle-platform video game developed by independent studio Playdead and originally published by Microsoft Game Studios for the Xbox 360. The game is presented in black-and-white tones, using lighting, film grain effects and minimal ambient sounds to create an eerie atmosphere often associated with the horror genre. The game has been praised for its captivating puzzle design and immersive sound and visuals, and has won several awards from industry groups and publications.




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If you are a student or an educator who wants to play Limbo for educational purposes, you can get a free one-year, single-user access to Autodesk software and services through the Education plan. Autodesk is a company that provides design software for various industries, including entertainment, architecture, engineering, and manufacturing. Autodesk also offers access to some of its products through the Education Community, which is a platform for students and educators to learn, connect, and showcase their work.


One of the products that you can access through the Education Community is Autodesk Stingray, which is a game engine and real-time rendering software that can be used to create 3D games and interactive experiences. Stingray supports importing assets from other Autodesk products, such as Maya, 3ds Max, and Revit. Stingray also supports importing assets from other sources, such as Unity, Unreal Engine, and Steam. This means that you can import Limbo into Stingray and play it on your computer or mobile device.


To get an educational license to unlock Limbo full game, you need to follow these steps:



  • Go to the Education Community site and sign in with your Autodesk account. If you don't have an account, you can create one for free by clicking on "Create Account" and following the instructions.



  • Once you are signed in, click on "Software" in the top menu bar and search for "Stingray". You should see a page with information about Stingray and a button that says "Get product". Click on it.



  • You will be redirected to a page where you can choose your operating system (Windows or Mac) and your language. Select the options that suit you and click on "Install Now". You will be asked to download a file called "Autodesk_Education_Master_Setup.exe" or "Autodesk_Education_Master_Setup.dmg" depending on your operating system. Save the file to your computer.



  • Run the file that you downloaded and follow the instructions to install Stingray on your computer. You will need to enter your Autodesk account credentials and agree to the terms of use. You will also need to enter a serial number and a product key that will be provided to you on the installation page. Make sure to copy them or write them down somewhere.



  • Once Stingray is installed, launch it from your desktop or start menu. You will see a welcome screen with some tutorials and resources. You can explore them later if you want. For now, click on "Create New Project" in the top left corner.



  • You will see a dialog box where you can name your project, choose a template, and select a location for your project files. Name your project "Limbo", choose the "Empty Project" template, and select a location where you have enough space. Click on "Create".



  • You will see a blank workspace with some tools and panels. To import Limbo into Stingray, you need to have the game files on your computer. You can get them from Steam, which is a digital distribution platform for games and software. If you don't have Steam installed on your computer, go to the Steam website and download it. Then create an account or sign in with an existing one.



  • Once you have Steam installed and running, go to the Store tab and search for "Limbo". You should see a page with information about the game and a button that says "Add to Cart". Click on it. You will be asked to confirm your purchase. Since Limbo is not free on Steam, you will need to pay $9.99 USD or equivalent in your currency. You can use various payment methods, such as credit card, PayPal, or Steam Wallet. Once you have completed the payment process, click on "Purchase".



  • You will see a confirmation message that says "Thank you for your purchase". Click on "Library" in the top menu bar and find Limbo in your list of games. Right-click on it and select "Install Game". You will be asked to choose a location for the game files. Select a location where you have enough space and click on "Next". The game will start downloading and installing on your computer. This may take some time depending on your internet speed and disk space.



  • Once the game is installed, right-click on it again and select "Properties". You will see a dialog box with some tabs. Click on the "Local Files" tab and then click on "Browse Local Files". You will see a folder with the game files. Copy the folder to a location where you can easily access it, such as your desktop or documents.



  • Go back to Stingray and click on the "Import" button in the top menu bar. You will see a dialog box where you can browse for files to import. Navigate to the folder where you copied the Limbo game files and select all of them. Click on "Open". Stingray will start importing the files into your project. This may take some time depending on the size and number of files.



  • Once the files are imported, you will see them in the Asset Browser panel on the left side of the workspace. You can preview them by clicking on them and see their properties in the Inspector panel on the right side of the workspace. To play Limbo, you need to drag and drop the file called "Limbo.exe" from the Asset Browser to the Level Viewport in the center of the workspace. You will see a preview of the game in the viewport.



  • To play Limbo full screen, click on the "Play" button in the top menu bar. You will see a dialog box where you can choose some options, such as resolution, quality, and input devices. Choose the options that suit you and click on "Play". Stingray will launch Limbo full screen on your computer or mobile device. You can use your keyboard, mouse, or touch screen to control the game.



  • Enjoy playing Limbo with your educational license!




Note: The educational license is valid for one year and can be renewed as long as you are eligible. You can use Stingray and Limbo for learning, training, and research purposes only. You cannot use them for commercial, professional, or any other for-profit purposes. For more information, see the Terms of Use.


References:



  • : Limbo (video game) - Wikipedia



  • : Autodesk Education Students and Educators Overview



  • : Autodesk Education Community Resources Autodesk



  • : Autodesk Stingray Game Engine & Real-Time Rendering Software



  • : Education Community



  • : Steam



  • : Welcome to Steam



  • : Terms of Use



  • : Autodesk Stingray



  • : Education Community



  • : Steam



  • : Welcome to Steam



  • : Terms of Use



  • : Autodesk Stingray



  • : Education Community



  • : Steam



  • : Welcome to Steam



  • : Terms of Use




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