1606.7 (E) Computer Programs and Videogames
In the case of a computer program, the description should include: the nature, purpose, and function of the program; the programming language that the author used to write the program; whether the program has been created with any particular organization or structure; the form in which the program is expected to be published (e.g., as an online- only product); and the identities of the person(s) involved in the creation of the program. In addition, the description should indicate whether there are previous versions of the program, and if so, the description should identify those versions.
If the work is a videogame, the description should include the foregoing information, along with the subject matter of the game; the overall object, goal, or purpose of the game; the name(s) of the character(s) in the game (if any); and the general setting and surrounding depicted in the game.
37 C.F.R. § 202.16 (C) (6)(v).