And viola! Flappy Bird!
Just as long as the originator doesn't get ripped off so badly/early that they aren't rewarded for their contribution, I agree.Monkey wrote:Good for him. I have no problem with "rip-offs", All they do is give the consumer more choices. For a "rip-off" to be successful, it has to be an improvement or be more appealing in some way. This has led to the creation of what we call genres.
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