It seems the legal battle for Mobigame remains ongoing. Their popular EDGE game was once again pulled from the App Store last week after another complaint filed by Tim Langdell.
David Papazian of Mobigame told us that the release of EDGY was an effort to keep the game on sale in the U.S. and U.K. Papazian writes, "To release the game on the U.S and U.K Store we had no other choice than changing the name. But we did not recognize any right to Tim Langdell on the trademark EDGE and we will continue to fight for the right to use this name. The game is still named EDGE in all other countries."
He also notes that if you already own EDGE there is no need to download EDGY except to support the company. The one difference is that EDGY does contain a "turbo" mode (where the cube runs 10x faster) if you beat the 46 levels. Papazian concludes, "We hope that the fans of EDGE will understand".
App Store Link: EDGY, $4.99