Started by gameblabla, October 15, 2017, 08:37:58 pm
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Hello,This is Andy and Sophie, the creators of Tampon Run. We are emailing to ask you to please take down your version of Tampon Run ("Open Tampon Run") on Google Play.We are high school students who spent this past summer learning to code, and we love programming! We built Tampon Run as the final project for a summer program we both participated in. We worked hard to create the concept, to design the game, to code the game, and recently to speak to press and promote it. The game not only combats the menstrual taboo, but it also represents that women can code and that women need to be a part of tech. By making a clone of the game, you are not only taking our intellectual property, but are also distorting a fundamental piece of the game & its story.We encourage you to continue pursuing coding and game creation. It is an incredible field. We are sure you have great ideas for games. You should build them! We appreciate that you think the game is so terrific that you want to share it with the world via mobile, but it's not yours to share.We hope you understand where we're coming from and hope you will take down "Open Tampon Run" tonight.Best,Sophie and Andy
I will change the name and put in the description that you had noinvolvement in the game.But i won't take the game down because you have no right over my opensource clone, ideas are not copyrightable you know.Not to mention that i used none of your assets or code...I thought the goal of your game was to spread the word to everyone, am iwrong ?That's why i licensed my clone under a free software license too but youdon't care about this crap and all you want to do is to go around ,sue people and deny their freedoms.But you know, you do this because you want to protect yourintellectual property'. Ugh !Btw Open Tampon Run was not my only game, don't worry about that.That's all i have to say.Regards
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