Business Model : Freeware / Free-to-play / Public Domain
Free games are just that: Free. No money is necessary to obtain and play a free game.
Freeware games are games that are released by the author for everyone to play, but the author still retains copyright. You cannot sell a Freeware game for profit without the consent of the author.
Public Domain games are literally in the public domain; any individual can do what they want with them, including selling them for profit.
Freeware / Free-to-play / Public Domain is part of the Business Model category.
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