Glitch developer Tiny Speck will place assets to the game under a Creative Commons license, the studio announced on its blog, allowing users to adapt the assets for non-commercial purposes.
"We realize there was a lot more to the game than just the items, but getting these assets online is the extent of what we were able to do right now," said Tiny Speck in a post.
"We hope to eventually be able to provide even more assets from the game and to change the licensing terms to something which allows a broader range of uses."
The former free-to-play, browser-based social game shut its doors last December due to a lack of players and profits. It was announced last year that the game would live on in the form of a music creation app for iPad called Glitchamaphone.
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