Okay, first off I'd like to clear one thing up; Artakha's Nephew's post should be completely disregarded. He hasn't been with us for very long, and was thus not aware of what has been going on with MNOLG: CE at all. He is mistaken in his post, and I apologize for the confusion caused because of it.
We do not plan to participate in illegal activities, and never have planned to do so. We will not be canceling MNOLG: CE. We also do not plan to make a profit on MNOLG: CE. As you know, the bundle is set to include a 3D printed and dyed MNOLG-style Pakari and Takua's backpack, along with a CD and CD case with printed MNOLG: CE graphics. The disc will NOT contain the game itself; It will be available to download for free on SolisMagna.com, and can be burned to the included disc. The cost to purchase the MNOLG: CE bundle will be equal to the cost required for us to produce it; there will be no profit left over for us. This is not about profit; it's about making a high quality, fan-made remastered version of the most beloved BIONICLE online game of all time.
MNOLG: CE is based off the original game files of the Mata Nui Online Game, but with many changed aspects. A large majority of the image assets used for scenes and characters is not of the best quality (i.e. the beach in the very first scene). In MNOLG: CE, we replace these low quality images with remastered, high quality SVG images that will look perfect on any screen size. The beach is one image among a plethora of lower quality images throughout the original game, such as the sky in many scenes and a select few Matoran. Other aspects of the game are being improved as well, and will be revealed in the coming months.
In no way does MNOLG: CE claim to be official, or officially endorsed by LEGO or Templar Studios. Some people mentioned that they think we are trying to fly under the radar of LEGO with this. That is not true. We've been trying to publicize it quite a bit recently. It's no secret that we're doing this, and we certainly don't have any intention of keeping it from LEGO. Post about MNOLG: CE all you want on BZP. We are grateful to those who spread the word. Think of it as something similar to MNOLG: The Bohrok Swarms, but with an included disc and case styled to look like something LEGO might have released. In the end, we make no profit from this. Generating community interest is enough for us, and the beauty of projects like these is that they are not in violation of the law. Once again, case in point, MNOLG: The Bohrok Swarms.
I hope this clears up most of the confusion and questions arising from the topic and its replies, but if not, feel free to ask any other questions about the MNOLG: CE project.