Earlier this month we took a look at IUGO's amusing dual-stick survival shooter Daisy Mae's Alien Buffet. We liked the game, which offers solid shooter action and, unlike most other games of the sort, an impressive ability to interaction with obstacles in the environment. The game has an atmosphere straight out of a B-movie and features an array of ridiculous weapons along with humorous taunts and unlockable outfits for the voluptuous Daisy, each smaller than the next.

It all comes together to make for a fun romp of carnage, but that last seems to have stuck in Apple's craw after recent changes to the company's App Store approval policies. As IUGO informed readers in our forums, Daisy Mae has been pulled from the App Store.

And Daisy Mae isn't the only one to get a tap on the shoulder. A great many adult-themed apps have been pulled from the App Store. One such app is Wobble iBoobs from ChilliFresh, who yesterday received an email from Apple indicating that their popular iPhone app had been pulled.

The App Store continues to evolve, and as such, we are constantly refining our guidelines. Your application, Wobble iBoobs (Premium Uncensored), contains content that we had originally believed to be suitable for distribution. However, we have recently received numerous complaints from our customers about this type of content, and have changed our guidelines appropriately.

We have decided to remove any overtly sexual content from the App Store, which includes your application.

Thank you for your understanding in this matter. If you believe you can make the necessary changes so that Wobble iBoobs (Premium Uncensored) complies with our recent changes, we encourage you to do so and resubmit for review.

Sincerely,
iPhone App Review

And while a shooter with some risque elements would seem to not be in quite the same place as a "boob"-centric app, Daisy Mae seems to have found herself on the far side of Apple's newly-adjusted line.

IUGO intends to rework the game and bring it back to the App Store, but indicates it's unclear just how long that will take.

  • mezdup

    i dont know. an age filter seems like an easy fix.

    • TheWoz

      Yeah, remember:

      ONLY SAFARI is allowed to access hard core pornography!
      ONLY SAFARI can be used to access goat-on-girl beastiality!

      In other words: If it is an app that APPLE makes, then there are no limits. But if it is anyone else's app, you aren't even allow to say the word 'nipple'. Not even if it is in reference to a baby's bottle!

      Hypocrite Steve Jobs wants to turn us into a world of asexual conformists who all wear matching black turtlenecks. He's such a total DB.

  • mezdup

    i dont know. an age filter seems like an easy fix.

    • TheWoz

      Yeah, remember:

      ONLY SAFARI is allowed to access hard core pornography!
      ONLY SAFARI can be used to access goat-on-girl beastiality!

      In other words: If it is an app that APPLE makes, then there are no limits. But if it is anyone else's app, you aren't even allow to say the word 'nipple'. Not even if it is in reference to a baby's bottle!

      Hypocrite Steve Jobs wants to turn us into a world of asexual conformists who all wear matching black turtlenecks. He's such a total DB.

  • Dozer

    Aren't there apps that just have pics of half naked women in them too? I agree, can't an age filter just fix this issue?

  • Dozer

    Aren't there apps that just have pics of half naked women in them too? I agree, can't an age filter just fix this issue?

  • Tim

    I am confused... there are apps that are CLEARLY pornographic in nature on the App Store. That is an understatement... it seems like the App Store has been flooded with pornographic apps as of late.

    I do not support porn but I do support free speech which is why I am ok with stuff like this as long as the regulating company is fair about it. Now whether all pornographic apps will be pulled or not... I don't know. But it all seems a bit hypocritical to me.

    Why would Apple allow so many porn apps to pass the approval process, only to be pulled a month later?

    Plus I dont think this game falls in the same category as an app used for "spanky fun time" or "gentleman's time" or "clean your weapon with sex lube really really fast time".

    get my point?

    tim

    • Sticktron

      There is no pornography on the App Store, what are you talking about? There isn't even nudity, let alone porn.

      I thougt Apple was opening up with GTA, blood, etc. Why the puritanical step backwards now?

      • http://www.thegamelessplayed.com Dominic White

        It's American puritanism. Violence, drugs and bad language? Totally fine. Letting your eyes fall upon womens undergarments will send you straight to hell, though.

      • tsharpfilm

        Lol! It's sad, but true. Violence is okay because most of our holy books condone it for war and evangelism. And sex is bad because it brings pleasure; only god is suppose to make you happy.

      • mzz*

        hmm seems like the world has a pretty weird and incorrect view of christians huh.. i guess we gotta work on that haha

    • ukbeast

      Apple is a private corporation and as a corporation I believe they can do whatever they want as long as their actions do not harm anyone. Obviously this isnt harming anyone so I really don't care. Capitalism is what makes countries great. Everyone stop complaining that you cant look at a cartoon character in short shorts, or you can't look at almost nude photos, you all make me sick.

      • G Giant

        Their actions ARE harming people. IUGO invested considerable time and money in a game that met the rules at the time, and was approved for the store. Forcing them to pull the game and "tone it down" is going to cost them a LOT of sales, if not kill the project entirely. This is an extremely rotten thing to do to one of their developers.

        Frankly, this game is nothing you couldn't see on Comedy Central or Adult Swim in prime time. It's raunchy, but it's tame and all in fun.

        And you need to wise up and learn a little more about life before making comments. "Private companies" don't exist in a vacuum, and the iTunes store would be nothing without content developers. Apple has a nasty history of making things difficult for them with changing and some times cryptic rules.

      • Bruce

        I hope Apple will start removing all the violent games with nasty shooting and such, because I find those very offensive....

      • http://www.mindjuice.net/charmed Ken (Mind Juice)

        Tell IUGO, who spent likely well over $100,000 to make their new Daisy Mae game, that not allowing them to sell it on the App Store now isn't hurting anyone.

        Changing the rules like this mid-stream with no warning is completely irresponsible on Apple's part, and I will not be at all surprised to see someone sue them over this.

      • Grangoire

        Apple is not a private corporation, it's a publicly traded (AAPL) multinational corporation.

      • http://nerdblurb.com NBEdgar

        The pornographic aspect aside, (which I also don't agree with). Its TOTALLY unfair to have a programmer dedicate this time and money to a game only to have it pulled simply because Apple changes its mind.

        We will definitely be talking about this on your next podcast.

    • Chaos215bar2

      This is exactly why Apple should allow users to install Apps from sources other than the App Store. I'm sure the issue here is that Apple doesn't want to be associated with selling this kind of content. The only problem is that Apple has put themselves in a position where they are responsible for selling all content on the entire platform.

  • Tim

    I am confused... there are apps that are CLEARLY pornographic in nature on the App Store. That is an understatement... it seems like the App Store has been flooded with pornographic apps as of late.

    I do not support porn but I do support free speech which is why I am ok with stuff like this as long as the regulating company is fair about it. Now whether all pornographic apps will be pulled or not... I don't know. But it all seems a bit hypocritical to me.

    Why would Apple allow so many porn apps to pass the approval process, only to be pulled a month later?

    Plus I dont think this game falls in the same category as an app used for "spanky fun time" or "gentleman's time" or "clean your weapon with sex lube really really fast time".

    get my point?

    tim

    • Sticktron

      There is no pornography on the App Store, what are you talking about? There isn't even nudity, let alone porn.

      I thougt Apple was opening up with GTA, blood, etc. Why the puritanical step backwards now?

      • http://www.thegamelessplayed.com Dominic White

        It's American puritanism. Violence, drugs and bad language? Totally fine. Letting your eyes fall upon womens undergarments will send you straight to hell, though.

      • tsharpfilm

        Lol! It's sad, but true. Violence is okay because most of our holy books condone it for war and evangelism. And sex is bad because it brings pleasure; only god is suppose to make you happy.

      • mzz*

        hmm seems like the world has a pretty weird and incorrect view of christians huh.. i guess we gotta work on that haha

    • ukbeast

      Apple is a private corporation and as a corporation I believe they can do whatever they want as long as their actions do not harm anyone. Obviously this isnt harming anyone so I really don't care. Capitalism is what makes countries great. Everyone stop complaining that you cant look at a cartoon character in short shorts, or you can't look at almost nude photos, you all make me sick.

      • G Giant

        Their actions ARE harming people. IUGO invested considerable time and money in a game that met the rules at the time, and was approved for the store. Forcing them to pull the game and "tone it down" is going to cost them a LOT of sales, if not kill the project entirely. This is an extremely rotten thing to do to one of their developers.

        Frankly, this game is nothing you couldn't see on Comedy Central or Adult Swim in prime time. It's raunchy, but it's tame and all in fun.

        And you need to wise up and learn a little more about life before making comments. "Private companies" don't exist in a vacuum, and the iTunes store would be nothing without content developers. Apple has a nasty history of making things difficult for them with changing and some times cryptic rules.

      • Bruce

        I hope Apple will start removing all the violent games with nasty shooting and such, because I find those very offensive....

      • http://www.mindjuice.net/charmed Ken (Mind Juice)

        Tell IUGO, who spent likely well over $100,000 to make their new Daisy Mae game, that not allowing them to sell it on the App Store now isn't hurting anyone.

        Changing the rules like this mid-stream with no warning is completely irresponsible on Apple's part, and I will not be at all surprised to see someone sue them over this.

      • Grangoire

        Apple is not a private corporation, it's a publicly traded (AAPL) multinational corporation.

      • http://nerdblurb.com NBEdgar

        The pornographic aspect aside, (which I also don't agree with). Its TOTALLY unfair to have a programmer dedicate this time and money to a game only to have it pulled simply because Apple changes its mind.

        We will definitely be talking about this on your next podcast.

    • Chaos215bar2

      This is exactly why Apple should allow users to install Apps from sources other than the App Store. I'm sure the issue here is that Apple doesn't want to be associated with selling this kind of content. The only problem is that Apple has put themselves in a position where they are responsible for selling all content on the entire platform.

  • Wordslinger

    I don't own this game or any of the more sexually themed apps, but I don't agree with Apple at all on this one. I'm willing to bet a lot more adults own iPhones and iPod Touches than children. Parents should be responsible for monitoring what their children are purchasing, not Apple.

    I think a better response from Apple would be to designate a part of the app store to what it considers adult apps and offer some kind of child lock in the form of a password to access.

    Adult users shouldn't have to suffer because parents can't be bothered to monitor what their kids are doing with gadgets they're too young to own anyway.

    • Bigrand

      Yes, I agree-the app store should have an adult section for adults with a filter for children. Why is it that all the over-the top violence is acceptable in our culture everywhere, but God forbid they ever show a NIPPLE?! There is no porno in the app store, either. It is censored. I admit-there has been alot of junk sexy non-quality apps approved lately-seems like the same people make a dozen of the same type of apps and then want to rip you for a buck each, but though I see it doesn't mean I buy it... So.... What about a real zinger of an idea? What about parents actually taking responsibility for monitoring the content of their children's electronics?? NAH!!! NO TIME FOR THAT!!!!! ARE YOU KIDDING????

      • TheWoz

        No ... The app store shouldn't have an "adult section" for adults.

        It should have a *KIDS* section for kids.

        The difference is important. The entire planet earth is "adult". A school playground or a Chuck E Cheese is a kids section. Kids deserve their own section... a sandbox... a nanny zone... So that their parents can leave all us adults alone.

        I didn't pay all this money for this phone and it's overpriced contract, in order to make His Holiness Steve Jobs into my new mommy. Screw Steve Jobs!

        That's an idea! In fact, once this hypocritical BS finally goes away, THAT is the app I'm gonna write: "Screw Steve Jobs", the app! You get to sodomize a little figure in an out-of-style pretentious turtleneck! I'll be a millionaire overnight!

  • Wordslinger

    I don't own this game or any of the more sexually themed apps, but I don't agree with Apple at all on this one. I'm willing to bet a lot more adults own iPhones and iPod Touches than children. Parents should be responsible for monitoring what their children are purchasing, not Apple.

    I think a better response from Apple would be to designate a part of the app store to what it considers adult apps and offer some kind of child lock in the form of a password to access.

    Adult users shouldn't have to suffer because parents can't be bothered to monitor what their kids are doing with gadgets they're too young to own anyway.

    • Bigrand

      Yes, I agree-the app store should have an adult section for adults with a filter for children. Why is it that all the over-the top violence is acceptable in our culture everywhere, but God forbid they ever show a NIPPLE?! There is no porno in the app store, either. It is censored. I admit-there has been alot of junk sexy non-quality apps approved lately-seems like the same people make a dozen of the same type of apps and then want to rip you for a buck each, but though I see it doesn't mean I buy it... So.... What about a real zinger of an idea? What about parents actually taking responsibility for monitoring the content of their children's electronics?? NAH!!! NO TIME FOR THAT!!!!! ARE YOU KIDDING????

      • TheWoz

        No ... The app store shouldn't have an "adult section" for adults.

        It should have a *KIDS* section for kids.

        The difference is important. The entire planet earth is "adult". A school playground or a Chuck E Cheese is a kids section. Kids deserve their own section... a sandbox... a nanny zone... So that their parents can leave all us adults alone.

        I didn't pay all this money for this phone and it's overpriced contract, in order to make His Holiness Steve Jobs into my new mommy. Screw Steve Jobs!

        That's an idea! In fact, once this hypocritical BS finally goes away, THAT is the app I'm gonna write: "Screw Steve Jobs", the app! You get to sodomize a little figure in an out-of-style pretentious turtleneck! I'll be a millionaire overnight!

  • araczynski

    i don't know what's sadder, that people pay for games in hope of seeing some pixelated body parts when they could get it all online for free, or whether there's people that get offended by said pixelated skin enough to waste their time writing to apple.

    • Felix

      The saddest part is that Apple seems to be getting used to using it's approval power to control every aspect of the platform.
      If OSX had the same kind of entry control (the iPad will..), there probably would be no Firefox or VLC available for it.
      From a user's perspective it's a deeply flawed system.

  • araczynski

    i don't know what's sadder, that people pay for games in hope of seeing some pixelated body parts when they could get it all online for free, or whether there's people that get offended by said pixelated skin enough to waste their time writing to apple.

    • Felix

      The saddest part is that Apple seems to be getting used to using it's approval power to control every aspect of the platform.
      If OSX had the same kind of entry control (the iPad will..), there probably would be no Firefox or VLC available for it.
      From a user's perspective it's a deeply flawed system.

  • http://www.thegamelessplayed.com Dominic White

    The amazingly ridiculous thing here is that this is a game about blowing legions of aliens into bloody, meaty chunks... and Apple pull it because of a thong.

    That's amazing. It's not even 'Violence good, sex bad'. It's taking it to the next level 'Ultraviolence A-OK! Underwear EVIL'.

    • http://skippythorson.blogspot.com/ SkippyThorson

      That's both funny and sad - yet totally true.

    • sanrohk

      amusingly, the worst you got in that game was short shorts. i dont think there was any actual scantly clad underwear besides that clothing set

  • http://www.thegamelessplayed.com Dominic White

    The amazingly ridiculous thing here is that this is a game about blowing legions of aliens into bloody, meaty chunks... and Apple pull it because of a thong.

    That's amazing. It's not even 'Violence good, sex bad'. It's taking it to the next level 'Ultraviolence A-OK! Underwear EVIL'.

    • http://skippythorson.blogspot.com/ SkippyThorson

      That's both funny and sad - yet totally true.

    • sanrohk

      amusingly, the worst you got in that game was short shorts. i dont think there was any actual scantly clad underwear besides that clothing set

  • jaytee

    I wrote a letter to Apple concerning this subject and I urge everyone else to do so as well. Apple is being completely ridiculous in this instance.

  • jaytee

    I wrote a letter to Apple concerning this subject and I urge everyone else to do so as well. Apple is being completely ridiculous in this instance.

  • Mr. Reeee

    The Nannies revenge?

    I wonder what kind of pressure Apple is under, and from where, to go to the ludicrous extreme of removing games. I wonder if Lara Croft would make the cut?

    Wasn't the release of iTunes 9 supposed to improve the age filter? Use it Apple.

    The bottom line: If you don't like it, ignore it?

    What if we all counter-attack and start complaining about religious content on the App Store?

    America is turning into a Victorian backwater.
    The rest of the world is LAUGHING at us!

  • Mr. Reeee

    The Nannies revenge?

    I wonder what kind of pressure Apple is under, and from where, to go to the ludicrous extreme of removing games. I wonder if Lara Croft would make the cut?

    Wasn't the release of iTunes 9 supposed to improve the age filter? Use it Apple.

    The bottom line: If you don't like it, ignore it?

    What if we all counter-attack and start complaining about religious content on the App Store?

    America is turning into a Victorian backwater.
    The rest of the world is LAUGHING at us!

  • Symbolist

    Sorry for this. It is a great dual shooter. Glad I bought it.
    Those people are unable to see the difference in between pornography and an ironic parody of a trash-theme.
    I guess for Americans even cartoonish breasts are a more horrible thing than bombs.

    • http://thedailyapp.org jon

      Shut up. This isn't an America cultural issue. This is one company. You're conflating issues, which is just boneheaded.

      • motoryogurt

        Actually it is a cultural issue. In the states we have had a long history of just this type of thing. While you, as an individual might not feel you are a part of this aspect, culture is not centered around "you". A large part of our populous is uncomfortable with the idea of sex anywhere other than behind closed doors.
        Apple, as an american company is just another example of our cultures generalized mindset. All major American corporations are in their own way representative of, American culture.
        However, the OPs statement "to Americans...blah blah blah" is a bit of an over generalization to say the least. The core of the statement does underline some generic truths.

      • http://thedailyapp.org jon

        Let me be a little more clear— bombs being ok and breasts being bad is not an American cultural value anymore than it is in whatever country "Symbolist" lives in. Cultural taboos about sex as well as historical and contemporary violence are nearly universal. Where the lines are drawn does vary, but that's just pedantic.

        Further, the US is such a large and diverse country that trying to paint even its overarching values in such broad strokes is asinine.

        While I can't claim there aren't people who walk along the lines the "Symbolist" described, I can make a promise that if you look at any country you'll find similarly embarrassing people. It is much easier and more comfortable to look outward and see fault than it is to look inward and see your own. I guess that (in part) explains the enthusiasm that people are posting such crap here.

  • Mandi

    And yet, the official Playboy app is still available in the app store.

    I'm starting to think this is less about boobs and more about *jiggling* boobs. I mean, that's what Apple seems to be targeting. I can't think of any other reason Daisy Mae would be pulled, except for the jiggling boobs in the select screen.

    If that is true, then this whole thing reaches a new level of ridiculousness.

    • http://www.tbenjaminlarsen.com T. Benjamin Larsen

      The jiggling bit is 100% true I'm sure. When I made "Farting Boobs" (sorry) it was rejected for this specific reason, to quote the Apple spokesperson I talked to: "Your app is fine apart from the jiggling breasts."

      I then changed it to an inhale/exhale animation.

      Apple: "We cannot accept your app as you have to touch the breast to make them fart."
      Me: "OK, I'll change that, any problems with the new animation?"
      Apple:"No it's fine"

      I changed the touching-in-the-wrong-place issue, then:

      Apple: "We cannot accept your animation of the breasts"
      Me: "But you just confirmed it was OK".
      Apple: "Sorry, it is not. The breasts should not animate at all".

      • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

        Ah, I hadn't realized someone had tapped into both the fart and the boob genres in one consolidated app. Well done.

      • http://www.tbenjaminlarsen.com T. Benjamin Larsen

        Thanks Blake, something of a disgrace Apple haven't included something like Farting Boobs with the phone. ;)

    • http://ww.twitter.com/ErichD Erichd

      And in addition to Playboy, te SI swimsuit app remains intact, and you can still sync music videos of Beyonce, Britney Spears, and all other scantily- clad jiggling /dancing women.... none of it is worse or better than these apps.

      This is really sad. Just imagine what happens when Steve Jobs retires, and the new CEO turns out to be a far-right religious fanatic.

      And given that they've pulled a game like Daisy Mae, how soon until they pull inotia 2 or Guerrilla Bob (for topless men)?

      It's odd that Zombiehunter: 7DA is still available -free, I might add.

  • Hjj

    Ugh. How about not purchasing apps that offend your fragile sensibilities? Is that so difficult? I just happened to be browsing the News category the other day, and I was pretty disgusted by the seeming popularity of some of these yellow journalism aggregators. But instead of crying to Apple, I simply focused my attention elsewhere. Honestly, I would never have brought this up if not for this specific topic. But, look Puritans, most of us are offended by SOMETHING. Some of us just have self-control and respect for the rights of others.

    As for the children (yes, I'm thinking of them, AREN'T YOU?!?!?), monitor your own damn kids. You want to buy your kids a $300 toy, lucky them. But it is now YOUR responsibility to monitor their use.

    First they came for the boob games, and I said nothing because I was a bitter prude.

    Then they came for the violent games, and I said nothing because I was busy starting online petitions about cartoon boobs in video games.

    Then they came for the news apps, and I said nothing because hahahahahahaha, I don't actually seek out information.

    Then they came for the religious apps, and I was too busy advocating censorship of personally offensive content that I neglected to realize the precedent I was working so tirelessly to set.

    Then they came for the guides on how to be an annoying, unproductive citizen and jerk of a parent, and there was no one left to speak out for me.

  • Symbolist

    Sorry for this. It is a great dual shooter. Glad I bought it.
    Those people are unable to see the difference in between pornography and an ironic parody of a trash-theme.
    I guess for Americans even cartoonish breasts are a more horrible thing than bombs.

    • http://thedailyapp.org jon

      Shut up. This isn't an America cultural issue. This is one company. You're conflating issues, which is just boneheaded.

      • motoryogurt

        Actually it is a cultural issue. In the states we have had a long history of just this type of thing. While you, as an individual might not feel you are a part of this aspect, culture is not centered around "you". A large part of our populous is uncomfortable with the idea of sex anywhere other than behind closed doors.
        Apple, as an american company is just another example of our cultures generalized mindset. All major American corporations are in their own way representative of, American culture.
        However, the OPs statement "to Americans...blah blah blah" is a bit of an over generalization to say the least. The core of the statement does underline some generic truths.

      • http://thedailyapp.org jon

        Let me be a little more clear— bombs being ok and breasts being bad is not an American cultural value anymore than it is in whatever country "Symbolist" lives in. Cultural taboos about sex as well as historical and contemporary violence are nearly universal. Where the lines are drawn does vary, but that's just pedantic.

        Further, the US is such a large and diverse country that trying to paint even its overarching values in such broad strokes is asinine.

        While I can't claim there aren't people who walk along the lines the "Symbolist" described, I can make a promise that if you look at any country you'll find similarly embarrassing people. It is much easier and more comfortable to look outward and see fault than it is to look inward and see your own. I guess that (in part) explains the enthusiasm that people are posting such crap here.

  • Mandi

    And yet, the official Playboy app is still available in the app store.

    I'm starting to think this is less about boobs and more about *jiggling* boobs. I mean, that's what Apple seems to be targeting. I can't think of any other reason Daisy Mae would be pulled, except for the jiggling boobs in the select screen.

    If that is true, then this whole thing reaches a new level of ridiculousness.

    • http://www.tbenjaminlarsen.com T. Benjamin Larsen

      The jiggling bit is 100% true I'm sure. When I made "Farting Boobs" (sorry) it was rejected for this specific reason, to quote the Apple spokesperson I talked to: "Your app is fine apart from the jiggling breasts."

      I then changed it to an inhale/exhale animation.

      Apple: "We cannot accept your app as you have to touch the breast to make them fart."
      Me: "OK, I'll change that, any problems with the new animation?"
      Apple:"No it's fine"

      I changed the touching-in-the-wrong-place issue, then:

      Apple: "We cannot accept your animation of the breasts"
      Me: "But you just confirmed it was OK".
      Apple: "Sorry, it is not. The breasts should not animate at all".

      • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

        Ah, I hadn't realized someone had tapped into both the fart and the boob genres in one consolidated app. Well done.

      • http://www.tbenjaminlarsen.com T. Benjamin Larsen

        Thanks Blake, something of a disgrace Apple haven't included something like Farting Boobs with the phone. ;)

    • http://ww.twitter.com/ErichD Erichd

      And in addition to Playboy, te SI swimsuit app remains intact, and you can still sync music videos of Beyonce, Britney Spears, and all other scantily- clad jiggling /dancing women.... none of it is worse or better than these apps.

      This is really sad. Just imagine what happens when Steve Jobs retires, and the new CEO turns out to be a far-right religious fanatic.

      And given that they've pulled a game like Daisy Mae, how soon until they pull inotia 2 or Guerrilla Bob (for topless men)?

      It's odd that Zombiehunter: 7DA is still available -free, I might add.

  • Hjj

    Ugh. How about not purchasing apps that offend your fragile sensibilities? Is that so difficult? I just happened to be browsing the News category the other day, and I was pretty disgusted by the seeming popularity of some of these yellow journalism aggregators. But instead of crying to Apple, I simply focused my attention elsewhere. Honestly, I would never have brought this up if not for this specific topic. But, look Puritans, most of us are offended by SOMETHING. Some of us just have self-control and respect for the rights of others.

    As for the children (yes, I'm thinking of them, AREN'T YOU?!?!?), monitor your own damn kids. You want to buy your kids a $300 toy, lucky them. But it is now YOUR responsibility to monitor their use.

    First they came for the boob games, and I said nothing because I was a bitter prude.

    Then they came for the violent games, and I said nothing because I was busy starting online petitions about cartoon boobs in video games.

    Then they came for the news apps, and I said nothing because hahahahahahaha, I don't actually seek out information.

    Then they came for the religious apps, and I was too busy advocating censorship of personally offensive content that I neglected to realize the precedent I was working so tirelessly to set.

    Then they came for the guides on how to be an annoying, unproductive citizen and jerk of a parent, and there was no one left to speak out for me.

  • http://www.duivendrecht.nl Piet Kaaskees

    This whole censoring of content is getting more and more ridiculous. This is just a cartoony game!

    The app store is full of bikini-viewing apps! (or are they ALL getting pulled?) but even more worrying, it's full of gun-simulation apps that teach my 10-year old kid how to use a gun. Nothing wrong with that of course.

    I truly wonder how Apple thinks it's going to manage their e-books on the iPad. Will any book that even remotely mentions anything that might be offensive to some bible-belt parent organisation get pulled too? Will we get Apple-approved literature?

    • EEK

      Actually they are ALL being pulled. Every last one. No exceptions. Except for the ones backed by companies big enough to do something about it. Those guys are exempt. Other than that, no exceptions. Period.

  • http://www.duivendrecht.nl Piet Kaaskees

    This whole censoring of content is getting more and more ridiculous. This is just a cartoony game!

    The app store is full of bikini-viewing apps! (or are they ALL getting pulled?) but even more worrying, it's full of gun-simulation apps that teach my 10-year old kid how to use a gun. Nothing wrong with that of course.

    I truly wonder how Apple thinks it's going to manage their e-books on the iPad. Will any book that even remotely mentions anything that might be offensive to some bible-belt parent organisation get pulled too? Will we get Apple-approved literature?

    • EEK

      Actually they are ALL being pulled. Every last one. No exceptions. Except for the ones backed by companies big enough to do something about it. Those guys are exempt. Other than that, no exceptions. Period.

  • Symbolist

    I am afraid I could feel insulted and deeply disturbed by viewing my ugly nose in the mirroring screen of the iPad I was planning to buy. But there is no reason to pull that pornographic gadget; I just gave up the idea of buying it.
    I am 45 years of age. Two grown up children. Dont need a company to protect me from breasts. (It is just too late. LOL.)

    • http://www.bitwiseops.com/AmazingTips Amazing Tips

      +1 to that!

  • Symbolist

    I am afraid I could feel insulted and deeply disturbed by viewing my ugly nose in the mirroring screen of the iPad I was planning to buy. But there is no reason to pull that pornographic gadget; I just gave up the idea of buying it.
    I am 45 years of age. Two grown up children. Dont need a company to protect me from breasts. (It is just too late. LOL.)

    • http://www.bitwiseops.com/AmazingTips Amazing Tips

      +1 to that!

  • Panos

    Well, I too find it ridiculous and I get sad when I see that "...for Americans even cartoonish breasts are a more horrible thing than bombs." as Symbolist wrote...

    I think only one thing can change this situation. A powerful competitor....

    Although I loooove my iPod, I wish there will be a company that will question the might and power of Apple (and their approval policies)....

  • Panos

    Well, I too find it ridiculous and I get sad when I see that "...for Americans even cartoonish breasts are a more horrible thing than bombs." as Symbolist wrote...

    I think only one thing can change this situation. A powerful competitor....

    Although I loooove my iPod, I wish there will be a company that will question the might and power of Apple (and their approval policies)....

  • dumas1000

    And yet they find perfectly acceptable an unedited version of GTA:CTW? If this game had been developed by Gameloft, would it have been pulled? I think not. It's really IUGO's fault. If they didn't want to be censored, then they should have made more money for Apple.

  • dumas1000

    And yet they find perfectly acceptable an unedited version of GTA:CTW? If this game had been developed by Gameloft, would it have been pulled? I think not. It's really IUGO's fault. If they didn't want to be censored, then they should have made more money for Apple.

  • Vin

    I agree with the others.

    It's not often I reply to things like this, but I'm utterly disgusted with the way Apple are treating us customers.

    I'm starting to regret buying my 3GS.
    If this sort of thing continues, then I won't be buying a 4th or 5th Generation iPod, I'll just go to the competition, and have the freedom to choose what I like.

    It's not the fact that I'd even buy the two apps above, but I'd certainly appreciate the choice, and actually the Wooble iBoobs thing sounds quite funny to me, and I may have downloaded it, had I heard of it before, for a laugh with mates down the pub, I mean after all, that's all it is, a laugh, right?

    I wasn't sure about buying an iPhone because of the closed platform, but I figured I'd give it a chance... and it is a great toy, but... this sort of censorship just annoys the hell out of me, I hate it.

    Age rating system... sure.
    Just blanket removing apps, it's an insult to us users.
    I'd like to buy what I like, and ignore those apps that I don't want.

    Sorry for the rant, I only intended writing a few words to show my annoyance, and got a bit carried away.

    Why anyway?
    Why was that shooter removed?
    Looks like fun!

    I feel sorry for the devs, after all their hard work.
    I feel sorry for us too, having our choice taken away.

    Hardly pornographic, are they?

    Such a shame, I hope this ridiculous choice is overturned soon.

  • Vin

    I agree with the others.

    It's not often I reply to things like this, but I'm utterly disgusted with the way Apple are treating us customers.

    I'm starting to regret buying my 3GS.
    If this sort of thing continues, then I won't be buying a 4th or 5th Generation iPod, I'll just go to the competition, and have the freedom to choose what I like.

    It's not the fact that I'd even buy the two apps above, but I'd certainly appreciate the choice, and actually the Wooble iBoobs thing sounds quite funny to me, and I may have downloaded it, had I heard of it before, for a laugh with mates down the pub, I mean after all, that's all it is, a laugh, right?

    I wasn't sure about buying an iPhone because of the closed platform, but I figured I'd give it a chance... and it is a great toy, but... this sort of censorship just annoys the hell out of me, I hate it.

    Age rating system... sure.
    Just blanket removing apps, it's an insult to us users.
    I'd like to buy what I like, and ignore those apps that I don't want.

    Sorry for the rant, I only intended writing a few words to show my annoyance, and got a bit carried away.

    Why anyway?
    Why was that shooter removed?
    Looks like fun!

    I feel sorry for the devs, after all their hard work.
    I feel sorry for us too, having our choice taken away.

    Hardly pornographic, are they?

    Such a shame, I hope this ridiculous choice is overturned soon.

  • http://musicgamespickles.blogspot.com/ Robert M.

    While they're at it why not pull GTA: Chinatown Wars? It's ok to go on a rampage and kill innocent people? But boobs are offensive!!!! Seriously to the parents complaining: Jr is already browsing porn hubs around the net!

    I'll never understand why violence=OK Sex=Bad! I think I'm going to whine to Apple now!! Everything in the Appstore should be PG-13!!! Now that sounds crazy doesn't it? Well so is pulling an app with boobs...

    Seriously Apple needs to have an age filter. Maybe make the "Adult" content only viewable with credit card verification. Wait...then parents will complain because Jr. stole their Mastercard!!! Ugh... Apple needs to think about the adults that use the Appstore!

  • http://musicgamespickles.blogspot.com/ Robert M.

    While they're at it why not pull GTA: Chinatown Wars? It's ok to go on a rampage and kill innocent people? But boobs are offensive!!!! Seriously to the parents complaining: Jr is already browsing porn hubs around the net!

    I'll never understand why violence=OK Sex=Bad! I think I'm going to whine to Apple now!! Everything in the Appstore should be PG-13!!! Now that sounds crazy doesn't it? Well so is pulling an app with boobs...

    Seriously Apple needs to have an age filter. Maybe make the "Adult" content only viewable with credit card verification. Wait...then parents will complain because Jr. stole their Mastercard!!! Ugh... Apple needs to think about the adults that use the Appstore!

  • Elkas

    Watch out! An Overprotective mother has been set loose in the Appstore.
    ----

    Seriously, this is ridiculously stupid, a Thong IS NOT Pornographic content for God's Sake apple, when we finally think that the App Approving Procedure is getting better, Apple does something stupid that screws everything up.

  • Elkas

    Watch out! An Overprotective mother has been set loose in the Appstore.
    ----

    Seriously, this is ridiculously stupid, a Thong IS NOT Pornographic content for God's Sake apple, when we finally think that the App Approving Procedure is getting better, Apple does something stupid that screws everything up.

  • Jason

    Forget about the games! I'm really upset that Apple will be pulling Safari from the iPhone, because it can be used to browse hardcore pornographic websites, and Mail, because it can be used to send explicit emails, and Calculator, because if you type in '5318008' and look at it upside-down it spells 'boobies.'

    Hmmm, on second thought, I just searched the Web a little, but I didn't see any concrete plans by Apple to remove or restrict these apps. It seems what's bad for the gander is not bad for the goose. Hypocrisy, thy name is Apple.

  • Jason

    Forget about the games! I'm really upset that Apple will be pulling Safari from the iPhone, because it can be used to browse hardcore pornographic websites, and Mail, because it can be used to send explicit emails, and Calculator, because if you type in '5318008' and look at it upside-down it spells 'boobies.'

    Hmmm, on second thought, I just searched the Web a little, but I didn't see any concrete plans by Apple to remove or restrict these apps. It seems what's bad for the gander is not bad for the goose. Hypocrisy, thy name is Apple.

  • Aaron

    I gotta agree with the other GTA comments. I've not played it all the way through, but surely that includes bikini-clad models too?

  • Howard

    I don't think I have ever seen anything like this. What drives Apple's puritanical stance on everything?

  • Aaron

    I gotta agree with the other GTA comments. I've not played it all the way through, but surely that includes bikini-clad models too?

  • Howard

    I don't think I have ever seen anything like this. What drives Apple's puritanical stance on everything?

  • http://Www.moistproduction.com Moist

    War, guns, blood and violence = OK
    underwear = Bad

    ???

    Has Steve become a Republican?

  • http://Www.moistproduction.com Moist

    War, guns, blood and violence = OK
    underwear = Bad

    ???

    Has Steve become a Republican?

  • http://twitter.com/PeyoteShort Peyote Short

    [ edited by admins ]

    "What is that?"
    "Boobs"
    "I'm sorry, we're going to have to remove your post for inappropriate content. We can't risk children seeing naked breasts."
    "No, wait, they're eyes."
    "Well, ok, then. Approved."

  • http://twitter.com/PeyoteShort Peyote Short

    [ edited by admins ]

    "What is that?"
    "Boobs"
    "I'm sorry, we're going to have to remove your post for inappropriate content. We can't risk children seeing naked breasts."
    "No, wait, they're eyes."
    "Well, ok, then. Approved."

  • Jay

    I'm so glad I can buy booty-shaking rap videos and shit off iTunes but I apparently can't play a game about a fake shitty low-poly monstrosity wearing a bathing suit. Because it's so fucking inappropriate.

  • Jay

    I'm so glad I can buy booty-shaking rap videos and shit off iTunes but I apparently can't play a game about a fake shitty low-poly monstrosity wearing a bathing suit. Because it's so fucking inappropriate.

  • Jas

    Question: Would it be acceptable in an App game if a woman is blasted in the chest by a shotgun, with blood spurting out and bits of heart and ribs splattered realistically everywhere?

    Answer: Yes, so long as her breasts don't animate in any way during the gibbing.

    America, you are so ****ed up it's staggering!

    • http://thedailyapp.org jon

      This isn't an American value. That you want to turn it into one is a disgrace on your part.

      • jaytee

        of course it is. everyone knows that everything in europe and canada is awesome and everyone has healthcare and nobody is poor and they have sex all the time and nobody cares.

        but seriously dude, stop being a douche. nobody think you're smart or whatever.

      • Jas

        I'm afraid you are wrong - it *is* veyr much an absurd American value system. We see this is all sorts of video games, where violence is ok but any form of nudity (for example) is severely frowned upon.

      • http://thedailyapp.org jon

        I'm afraid that many many video games are not made in America. So, let's stop talking about violence in video games as being an American sin.

        To name just a few developers:
        Sony (Japan)
        Capcom (Japan)
        Nintendo (Japan)
        Sega (Japan)
        EA (half-American / half-Canadian)
        Rockstar (UK)
        Ubisoft (Canada)
        Konami (Japan)
        Lionhead (UK)
        Gameloft (France)
        Square Enix (Japan)

      • Jas

        Jon,

        There's nothing wrong with violence in video game, so long as they are age rated. Parents are then responsible to control what their kids play.

        Equally though, the same applies to sex in games. In this case, it's not even sex - just a case of jiggling breasts.

        What you haven't grasped (perhaps as an American, you only see a domestic persepctive on this) is that America has a warped sense of perspective when it comes to what is deemed offensive in games i.e. severe violence is ok but a little semi-nudity is frowned up.

        For example, animated breasts or a g-string are severely frowned up by the "American moral majority".

        This is a peculiarly (North) American perspective.

      • http://thedailyapp.org jon

        While I do appreciate that you are so subtlety talking down to me I'd like to suggest that you are wrong. What you are missing is that every country has this debate: What is too much violence? What is too much sex?

        In your quest to label my world view as domestic you've missed my point. This isn't an issue that one nation is predisposed to, it is universal.

        If you'd still like to debate this I'd suggest doing some research and living (or at least seeing life) outside your own country first.

        Here are two places to start:
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_banned_video_games
        http://www.out-law.com/page-5810

      • http://thedailyapp.org jon

        While I do appreciate that you are so subtlety talking down to me I'd like to suggest that you are wrong. What you are missing is that every country has this debate: What is too much violence? What is too much sex?

        In your quest to label my world view as domestic you've missed my point. This isn't an issue that one nation is predisposed to, it is universal.

        If you'd still like to debate this I'd suggest doing some research and living (or at least seeing life) outside your own country first.

        Maybe start here:
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_banned_video_games

  • Lord Gek

    I agree, it is such an mild little tease compared to crap that is still out there, seen the pics in Arodius?

    If Apple is consistent, I'd give them half a point but I'm willing to bet you dollars to donuts a lot more risque shoot will remain out there, like the Playboy app, untouched.

    At best why not put in some sort of age rating for the apps? Not that it is enforcible but then a concerned parent could quickly see little kidster has a few mature apps on his device and react accordingly.

    • TheFamousEccles

      Yeah, the inconsistencies makes me think this is just a money thing.

  • Jas

    Question: Would it be acceptable in an App game if a woman is blasted in the chest by a shotgun, with blood spurting out and bits of heart and ribs splattered realistically everywhere?

    Answer: Yes, so long as her breasts don't animate in any way during the gibbing.

    America, you are so ****ed up it's staggering!

    • http://thedailyapp.org jon

      This isn't an American value. That you want to turn it into one is a disgrace on your part.

      • jaytee

        of course it is. everyone knows that everything in europe and canada is awesome and everyone has healthcare and nobody is poor and they have sex all the time and nobody cares.

        but seriously dude, stop being a douche. nobody think you're smart or whatever.

      • Jas

        I'm afraid you are wrong - it *is* veyr much an absurd American value system. We see this is all sorts of video games, where violence is ok but any form of nudity (for example) is severely frowned upon.

      • http://thedailyapp.org jon

        I'm afraid that many many video games are not made in America. So, let's stop talking about violence in video games as being an American sin.

        To name just a few developers:
        Sony (Japan)
        Capcom (Japan)
        Nintendo (Japan)
        Sega (Japan)
        EA (half-American / half-Canadian)
        Rockstar (UK)
        Ubisoft (Canada)
        Konami (Japan)
        Lionhead (UK)
        Gameloft (France)
        Square Enix (Japan)

      • Jas

        Jon,

        There's nothing wrong with violence in video game, so long as they are age rated. Parents are then responsible to control what their kids play.

        Equally though, the same applies to sex in games. In this case, it's not even sex - just a case of jiggling breasts.

        What you haven't grasped (perhaps as an American, you only see a domestic persepctive on this) is that America has a warped sense of perspective when it comes to what is deemed offensive in games i.e. severe violence is ok but a little semi-nudity is frowned up.

        For example, animated breasts or a g-string are severely frowned up by the "American moral majority".

        This is a peculiarly (North) American perspective.

      • http://thedailyapp.org jon

        While I do appreciate that you are so subtlety talking down to me I'd like to suggest that you are wrong. What you are missing is that every country has this debate: What is too much violence? What is too much sex?

        In your quest to label my world view as domestic you've missed my point. This isn't an issue that one nation is predisposed to, it is universal.

        If you'd still like to debate this I'd suggest doing some research and living (or at least seeing life) outside your own country first.

        Here are two places to start:
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_banned_video_games
        http://www.out-law.com/page-5810

      • http://thedailyapp.org jon

        While I do appreciate that you are so subtlety talking down to me I'd like to suggest that you are wrong. What you are missing is that every country has this debate: What is too much violence? What is too much sex?

        In your quest to label my world view as domestic you've missed my point. This isn't an issue that one nation is predisposed to, it is universal.

        If you'd still like to debate this I'd suggest doing some research and living (or at least seeing life) outside your own country first.

        Maybe start here:
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_banned_video_games

  • Lord Gek

    I agree, it is such an mild little tease compared to crap that is still out there, seen the pics in Arodius?

    If Apple is consistent, I'd give them half a point but I'm willing to bet you dollars to donuts a lot more risque shoot will remain out there, like the Playboy app, untouched.

    At best why not put in some sort of age rating for the apps? Not that it is enforcible but then a concerned parent could quickly see little kidster has a few mature apps on his device and react accordingly.

    • TheFamousEccles

      Yeah, the inconsistencies makes me think this is just a money thing.

  • Lord Gek

    Hey, how does the "taunt" attack work?

  • Lord Gek

    Hey, how does the "taunt" attack work?

  • John

    If I knew it was that good....

    I work in a shopping mall and I see worse daily than this. Playboy has photographs of thongs and the proceeds of the app fund a company that publishes pornography. But animated thongs are a no-no. Thats just silly. I'm sure Larry Flint could get an app too as long as actual girls were photographed and not animated.

    This just goes back to the censorship place on Budweiser's frogs and Camel's mascot because they felt it targeted minors. I thought Apple was above this kind of action. Soon Stanza will start deleting books because of content.

    Big brother is watching you.

  • John

    If I knew it was that good....

    I work in a shopping mall and I see worse daily than this. Playboy has photographs of thongs and the proceeds of the app fund a company that publishes pornography. But animated thongs are a no-no. Thats just silly. I'm sure Larry Flint could get an app too as long as actual girls were photographed and not animated.

    This just goes back to the censorship place on Budweiser's frogs and Camel's mascot because they felt it targeted minors. I thought Apple was above this kind of action. Soon Stanza will start deleting books because of content.

    Big brother is watching you.

  • its true

    Apple is ruining the world...

    • http://www.cheappoloshirtsoutlet.ca ralph polo

      people will continue to download hundreds of millions of apps every year, thousands more developers will begin writing apps for the App Store. For every pathetic developer that leaves the App Store, ten will spring up in their place.

  • its true

    Apple is ruining the world...

  • Maniacfive

    Seems like Tehra Dark Warrior might be in trouble. Unless her breasts don't animate I guess.

  • Maniacfive

    Seems like Tehra Dark Warrior might be in trouble. Unless her breasts don't animate I guess.

  • http://Www.moistproduction.com Moist

    First Steve takes on Flash, now bewbs...
    You've gone too far this time Steven... This means war!

  • http://Www.moistproduction.com Moist

    First Steve takes on Flash, now bewbs...
    You've gone too far this time Steven... This means war!

  • Symbolist

    Sorry. It is!

  • Symbolist

    Sorry. It is!

  • http://www.iugome.com IUGOME

    Thanks for everyone's support. If you have the time please do write Apple about your concerns and opinions. I don't know if it'll make a difference but I think it's important for them to know that a lot of people enjoy the game just the way it is and that they did, after all, approve it. They FEATURED it this week for crying out loud.

    • Adams Immersive

      That does make it pretty absurd.

      Apple should come up with some kind of a content-rating system. That would solve this kind of problem. Oh... wait....

    • cchobo

      What is the best way to complain to Apple about this absurdity?

    • http://www.mrjackgames.co.uk/ Mr Jack

      I'm not a fan of gratutious sexuality in games, even the clearly tongue in cheek stylings of Daisy Mae. It's one of the reasons I didn't buy the game but even I think this is blatantly ridiculous. The iPhone has internet acces for crying out loud! And, as many others have pointed out, GTA.

      I hope they see sense on this one.

  • http://www.iugome.com IUGOME

    Thanks for everyone's support. If you have the time please do write Apple about your concerns and opinions. I don't know if it'll make a difference but I think it's important for them to know that a lot of people enjoy the game just the way it is and that they did, after all, approve it. They FEATURED it this week for crying out loud.

    • Adams Immersive

      That does make it pretty absurd.

      Apple should come up with some kind of a content-rating system. That would solve this kind of problem. Oh... wait....

    • cchobo

      What is the best way to complain to Apple about this absurdity?

    • http://www.mrjackgames.co.uk/ Mr Jack

      I'm not a fan of gratutious sexuality in games, even the clearly tongue in cheek stylings of Daisy Mae. It's one of the reasons I didn't buy the game but even I think this is blatantly ridiculous. The iPhone has internet acces for crying out loud! And, as many others have pointed out, GTA.

      I hope they see sense on this one.

  • Tzke

    Personally Apple can kiss my ass. They need an age filter or something. Come on, they are ground breakers right. But dictating what I can view, a grown 41 year old man, seems childish on Apples part. Set filters on the phone/device, setup a "adult 17-18 and older" section to the App Store. I'm beginning to feel like I'm having a phone in my hand that is being run by religous fanatics. I can understand a point of view, but don't force it on me.

    As with all things, something will come along and steal Apples thunder. I'm hardly a loyalist, even less so now. Nice follow up to that atrocity called the iPad...

  • Tzke

    Personally Apple can kiss my ass. They need an age filter or something. Come on, they are ground breakers right. But dictating what I can view, a grown 41 year old man, seems childish on Apples part. Set filters on the phone/device, setup a "adult 17-18 and older" section to the App Store. I'm beginning to feel like I'm having a phone in my hand that is being run by religous fanatics. I can understand a point of view, but don't force it on me.

    As with all things, something will come along and steal Apples thunder. I'm hardly a loyalist, even less so now. Nice follow up to that atrocity called the iPad...

  • http://www.bitween.com RobyOneKenoby

    Hi Guys,

    well either our applicatio nnamed manga Strip Poker was removed for this reason and it will not contain any jiggling breast but at the end there will be girl in bikini as well and this is cartoong images.
    What it make me bad is that there is still playboy selling apps and most worster there is
    Sexy Poker 2009 that is excatly same game of us (copied by us because they came out 6 months later) and it is from ludigames/Gameloft so this is because is still selling on the appsotre and our removed ?
    Thanks SJ for this shit we really appreciate your democracy , if you decide to remove do it for all or keep it for all not decide to remove what you want ...

  • http://www.bitween.com RobyOneKenoby

    Hi Guys,

    well either our applicatio nnamed manga Strip Poker was removed for this reason and it will not contain any jiggling breast but at the end there will be girl in bikini as well and this is cartoong images.
    What it make me bad is that there is still playboy selling apps and most worster there is
    Sexy Poker 2009 that is excatly same game of us (copied by us because they came out 6 months later) and it is from ludigames/Gameloft so this is because is still selling on the appsotre and our removed ?
    Thanks SJ for this shit we really appreciate your democracy , if you decide to remove do it for all or keep it for all not decide to remove what you want ...

  • Me

    I'm glad they are starting to filter useless junk like "ifart boobs" no offense to the dev but why the he'll should I wait for premium games to cone out because you want to submit that useless application or ones like it?

    I honestly think making junk like that is a waist of time to everyone involved dev, apple & consumer.

    If you want to see boobs just look at a real pair & if your into farting while you look at a real pair then by all means blast off...

    It's these apps that have hardly any sales, & were only purchased by addolecents, it's ridiculas....stop developing that junk.

    Just don't tell me I have to wait for BIA II or SF VI because "fart boobie jiigle" has to be reviewed.

  • Me

    I'm glad they are starting to filter useless junk like "ifart boobs" no offense to the dev but why the he'll should I wait for premium games to cone out because you want to submit that useless application or ones like it?

    I honestly think making junk like that is a waist of time to everyone involved dev, apple & consumer.

    If you want to see boobs just look at a real pair & if your into farting while you look at a real pair then by all means blast off...

    It's these apps that have hardly any sales, & were only purchased by addolecents, it's ridiculas....stop developing that junk.

    Just don't tell me I have to wait for BIA II or SF VI because "fart boobie jiigle" has to be reviewed.

  • Me

    I wonder how far apple will have to go to get you people to stop complainig all together...

    Everytine they implement another restriction you cry and moan & still you purchase their products, you still by apps, you still want to hear the latest news.

    For all of your complainig who's actually gotten fed up and said I'm done with apple?

    Now I agree that there is a fine line between an actual game than just a pair of boobs on a screen that you shake, so apple probably will refine the restriction but as of now the only way to start fresh and be unbiased is to try and delete it all.

    They obviousley haven't made the best decisions with their customers freedom to their locked devices but some things are just obviouse.

    Like flash...why would Steve implement flash where people canwatch all the free content they want? He wants them to purchase content off the device from the store that it's locked to. Yes you can view some free things but it's limited.

    That's why you can't import music from device to iTunes because iTunes can't and should harbor illegal downloads. That's why only purchased songs and content can transfer.

    That why they don't like jailbreaking because all apple "devices" are locked and used inconjuction with itunes store and AppStore and now iBook store.

    That's why you will never get the freedom you desire out of the box, because iTunes and the devices made by apple are to be used with iTunes in everyway possible.

    • Mike

      >That's why you can't import music from device to iTunes because iTunes can't and should harbor illegal downloads. That's why only purchased songs and content can transfer.

      Actually, no. That restriction was in place long before ipods could even connect to the Internet when there was no way of illegally downloading music to the device. The real reason for that is (surprise) the RIAA and their retarded restrictions on hardware manufacturers. The very idea of MP3s and digital distribution scared them back then.

      >That why they don't like jailbreaking because all apple "devices" are locked and used inconjuction with itunes store and AppStore and now iBook store.

      Oh no, it's much simpler than that. They don't like jailbreaking because it undermines their deal with AT&T. They make much more money out of that than they do from apps.

      • Rachel

        I'm going to point out that Apple's anti-jailbreaking stance came along much later than the jailbreak community. They turned a blind eye to jailbreaking (not unlocking) for the most part, save to warn folks that if you modify your system image they're not going to hold the device to warranty or promise software updates will work. (Fair enough.)

        Then around the time of the Crackulous debacle, lots of developers were up in arms going 'ZOMG PIRACY WHAT WILL YOU DOOOOO APPLE?!' and /that/ was the point, long after jailbreaking had taken off, where Apple suddenly took a stance against jailbreaking.

        As for the rest? In our overly-litigious society, people will sue over dumb stuff. 'My precious little Johnny found an app that showed him a woman's naked breasts! I'M GOING TO SUE!' Etc. I'm not terribly surprised that Apple has taken this stance, as a result. I think this is an overreaction, but not a surprising one. I've seen online petitions from people howling about all the booby/porny apps in the App Store, so Apple's probably hearing an earful.

        I think this could be better solved by an age-filtered section of the store would be better, or the ability to install from ad hoc/non-Apple sources, like install-over-web. If you turn off some security setting on the phone, to avoid malicious apps trying to trick clueless folks into installing them while just browsing.

        (That said, as a mobile developer, I have an iPhone, a Droid and a Palm Pre Plus. The amount of soft-porn you find just browsing the app store on *any* of them can be kind of depressing.)

  • Me

    I wonder how far apple will have to go to get you people to stop complainig all together...

    Everytine they implement another restriction you cry and moan & still you purchase their products, you still by apps, you still want to hear the latest news.

    For all of your complainig who's actually gotten fed up and said I'm done with apple?

    Now I agree that there is a fine line between an actual game than just a pair of boobs on a screen that you shake, so apple probably will refine the restriction but as of now the only way to start fresh and be unbiased is to try and delete it all.

    They obviousley haven't made the best decisions with their customers freedom to their locked devices but some things are just obviouse.

    Like flash...why would Steve implement flash where people canwatch all the free content they want? He wants them to purchase content off the device from the store that it's locked to. Yes you can view some free things but it's limited.

    That's why you can't import music from device to iTunes because iTunes can't and should harbor illegal downloads. That's why only purchased songs and content can transfer.

    That why they don't like jailbreaking because all apple "devices" are locked and used inconjuction with itunes store and AppStore and now iBook store.

    That's why you will never get the freedom you desire out of the box, because iTunes and the devices made by apple are to be used with iTunes in everyway possible.

    • Mike

      >That's why you can't import music from device to iTunes because iTunes can't and should harbor illegal downloads. That's why only purchased songs and content can transfer.

      Actually, no. That restriction was in place long before ipods could even connect to the Internet when there was no way of illegally downloading music to the device. The real reason for that is (surprise) the RIAA and their retarded restrictions on hardware manufacturers. The very idea of MP3s and digital distribution scared them back then.

      >That why they don't like jailbreaking because all apple "devices" are locked and used inconjuction with itunes store and AppStore and now iBook store.

      Oh no, it's much simpler than that. They don't like jailbreaking because it undermines their deal with AT&T. They make much more money out of that than they do from apps.

      • Rachel

        I'm going to point out that Apple's anti-jailbreaking stance came along much later than the jailbreak community. They turned a blind eye to jailbreaking (not unlocking) for the most part, save to warn folks that if you modify your system image they're not going to hold the device to warranty or promise software updates will work. (Fair enough.)

        Then around the time of the Crackulous debacle, lots of developers were up in arms going 'ZOMG PIRACY WHAT WILL YOU DOOOOO APPLE?!' and /that/ was the point, long after jailbreaking had taken off, where Apple suddenly took a stance against jailbreaking.

        As for the rest? In our overly-litigious society, people will sue over dumb stuff. 'My precious little Johnny found an app that showed him a woman's naked breasts! I'M GOING TO SUE!' Etc. I'm not terribly surprised that Apple has taken this stance, as a result. I think this is an overreaction, but not a surprising one. I've seen online petitions from people howling about all the booby/porny apps in the App Store, so Apple's probably hearing an earful.

        I think this could be better solved by an age-filtered section of the store would be better, or the ability to install from ad hoc/non-Apple sources, like install-over-web. If you turn off some security setting on the phone, to avoid malicious apps trying to trick clueless folks into installing them while just browsing.

        (That said, as a mobile developer, I have an iPhone, a Droid and a Palm Pre Plus. The amount of soft-porn you find just browsing the app store on *any* of them can be kind of depressing.)

  • Stephen

    You play what you want and I will play the stuff I like.
    You sound like a moron.

  • Stephen

    You play what you want and I will play the stuff I like.
    You sound like a moron.

  • Me

    And you obviousley fall into the addolecent demographic that prepetuates mislead garbage like the apps they want out of the store.

    Grow up

    • Me

      *mindless garbage

  • Me

    And you obviousley fall into the addolecent demographic that prepetuates mislead garbage like the apps they want out of the store.

    Grow up

    • Me

      *mindless garbage

  • http://www.runningwithscissorsgame.com Chris

    nice.. safari..

  • http://www.runningwithscissorsgame.com Chris

    nice.. safari..

  • MilesO'Toole

    I haven't seen this game, but from the screens it doesn't look any more offensive than dukes of hazard. So, the girl is wearing tight cutoffs and that makes it "adult material"? Makes you wonder if Tomb Raider would be permissible on the app store.

  • MilesO'Toole

    I haven't seen this game, but from the screens it doesn't look any more offensive than dukes of hazard. So, the girl is wearing tight cutoffs and that makes it "adult material"? Makes you wonder if Tomb Raider would be permissible on the app store.

  • Danny

    I brought and played this game and it is a blast. First stick-shooter with actual interactions with the environment. Great weapons, great graphics and crazy alien hordes. There is ZERO-SEX and ZERO-NUDITY in this game.

    WTF Apple. I want my f**king updates you moron.

    Can we sue Apple for lost updates now that the devs can't update it anymore? I paid one hundred and ninety-nine shiny cents for the game. Ok it sounds like a lot of money (LOL), but it is still money. Apple, your actions have cause me "emotional grief" and actual "loss of value and inflicted damages on my personal well-being". I'll be checking with my lawyers how many millions i should sue you for, you dumbass mofo.

  • Danny

    I brought and played this game and it is a blast. First stick-shooter with actual interactions with the environment. Great weapons, great graphics and crazy alien hordes. There is ZERO-SEX and ZERO-NUDITY in this game.

    WTF Apple. I want my f**king updates you moron.

    Can we sue Apple for lost updates now that the devs can't update it anymore? I paid one hundred and ninety-nine shiny cents for the game. Ok it sounds like a lot of money (LOL), but it is still money. Apple, your actions have cause me "emotional grief" and actual "loss of value and inflicted damages on my personal well-being". I'll be checking with my lawyers how many millions i should sue you for, you dumbass mofo.

  • darwiniandude

    I didn't buy this game as I'm a bit over dual stick shooters, although I did buy Catacombs and am enjoying that. Anyway, whilst I disagree with the censorship, I LOVE not having the top lists filled with junk apps which only serve images to idiots who don't know how to use Safari.

    But when they remove a real app, a real game over this sort of thing, it's ludicrous.

    I love Apple's positives as a company and their products are best in class once you overlook a few niggles, but some of this uproar has to be caused by some of the insane-apple-religion types.

  • darwiniandude

    I didn't buy this game as I'm a bit over dual stick shooters, although I did buy Catacombs and am enjoying that. Anyway, whilst I disagree with the censorship, I LOVE not having the top lists filled with junk apps which only serve images to idiots who don't know how to use Safari.

    But when they remove a real app, a real game over this sort of thing, it's ludicrous.

    I love Apple's positives as a company and their products are best in class once you overlook a few niggles, but some of this uproar has to be caused by some of the insane-apple-religion types.

  • http://wulongti.com WuLongTi

    This is completely inane and has nothing at all to do with the discussion but the sentence "...unlockable outfits for the voluptuous Daisy, each smaller than the next." implies that the outfits are getting larger with each subsequent release. Should have been "... each smaller than the last"

    Continue with your Apple Prude discussion.

  • http://wulongti.com WuLongTi

    This is completely inane and has nothing at all to do with the discussion but the sentence "...unlockable outfits for the voluptuous Daisy, each smaller than the next." implies that the outfits are getting larger with each subsequent release. Should have been "... each smaller than the last"

    Continue with your Apple Prude discussion.

  • Ian

    I'm really surprised that Apple is turning into a communism group. It's really odd that they are controlling what we can and can't d/l from the App Store. What's really pathetic is they have uncensored music available on Itunes plus countless tv shows with objectionable material.
    just another slap in the face to the devs and Apple looks to be crumbling under the "pressure" from conservatives.
    Here's a big FU to Apple for being a bunch of pu$$!@$

    • http://thedailyapp.org jon

      communism?

  • Ian

    I'm really surprised that Apple is turning into a communism group. It's really odd that they are controlling what we can and can't d/l from the App Store. What's really pathetic is they have uncensored music available on Itunes plus countless tv shows with objectionable material.
    just another slap in the face to the devs and Apple looks to be crumbling under the "pressure" from conservatives.
    Here's a big FU to Apple for being a bunch of pu$$!@$

    • http://thedailyapp.org jon

      communism?

  • Evil ghandi

    Yet apple allows all sorts of homo apps

    • lawer

      wow! an homophobic in the room!
      Not really a surprise, sadly...

  • Evil ghandi

    Yet apple allows all sorts of homo apps

    • lawer

      wow! an homophobic in the room!
      Not really a surprise, sadly...

  • HelperMonkey

    Okay, people. There's only one thing to do. Let the Great Thong Protest begin! No more pants! We wear thongs, and only thongs, until Apple finally relents under the pressure of our hideous outrage!
    Who's with me?!...
    ...
    hello?...

    • John

      I hope this doesn't end up like the South Park episode where they protested the goobacks! "They took our apps!"

  • HelperMonkey

    Okay, people. There's only one thing to do. Let the Great Thong Protest begin! No more pants! We wear thongs, and only thongs, until Apple finally relents under the pressure of our hideous outrage!
    Who's with me?!...
    ...
    hello?...

    • John

      I hope this doesn't end up like the South Park episode where they protested the goobacks! "They took our apps!"

  • Noone

    Seriously, some of you guys need to go out and meet some REAL girls.

    • http://Www.moistproduction.com Moist

      I know many "REAL" girls, even married one, but strangely none of them will allow me to manipulate them via dual stick controls to ward off hordes of alien invaders...

      • Cron

        +1 for epic lols

      • MilesO'Toole

        Well then, you need to get out more.

      • http://www.moistproduction.com moist

        I get out plenty, trust me ;)
        But sometimes I like to sit back and ward off hordes of alien invaders…

        Why are you being such a hater?
        May I ridicule whatever it is that you do on your spare down time?

      • MilesO'Toole

        I was trying to be funny.... oh well.

      • http://www.moistproduction.com moist

        You forgot the smiley ;)

  • Noone

    Seriously, some of you guys need to go out and meet some REAL girls.

    • http://Www.moistproduction.com Moist

      I know many "REAL" girls, even married one, but strangely none of them will allow me to manipulate them via dual stick controls to ward off hordes of alien invaders...

      • Cron

        +1 for epic lols

      • MilesO'Toole

        Well then, you need to get out more.

      • http://www.moistproduction.com moist

        I get out plenty, trust me ;)
        But sometimes I like to sit back and ward off hordes of alien invaders…

        Why are you being such a hater?
        May I ridicule whatever it is that you do on your spare down time?

      • MilesO'Toole

        I was trying to be funny.... oh well.

      • http://www.moistproduction.com moist

        You forgot the smiley ;)

  • http://thedailyapp.org jon

    I don't think you can call this a puritan move. Puritan's weren't against just sexual themes, they were against anything that could be construed as immoral, which is just about everything.

  • http://thedailyapp.org jon

    I don't think you can call this a puritan move. Puritan's weren't against just sexual themes, they were against anything that could be construed as immoral, which is just about everything.

  • Dani

    Is it a joke???

    What about Lara Croft? She will never be into an iPhone then?

  • Dani

    Is it a joke???

    What about Lara Croft? She will never be into an iPhone then?

  • Mike

    A.P.P.L.E

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    Pathetic
    Pussies
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    A.P.P.L.E

    Absolutely
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  • M. Eckardt

    Apple is going into gambling. Tits & Gambling is the only option for now: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id318585134?mt=8

  • M. Eckardt

    Apple is going into gambling. Tits & Gambling is the only option for now: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id318585134?mt=8

  • Jeremy

    I don't know think that violent games are immune to criticism. Those same parents complain about games like GTA all the time. The thing is, there are a lot more people buying games like that then there are people that buy games because of the scantily clad characters so this is simply an easier target. Plus, if you remove the violence, games like GTA couldn't exist as the gameplay revolves around violent acts, but Tomb Raider would be the same game if Lara Croft put on a pair of pants, so I think publishers/distributors are more willing to work on that. Right now, Apple feels that they are likely to lose more money from offended customers/protests/boycotts than the potential revenue that these apps could generate. I'm just interested how many of those 140,000+ apps that Apple brags about will now be gone?

  • Jeremy

    I don't know think that violent games are immune to criticism. Those same parents complain about games like GTA all the time. The thing is, there are a lot more people buying games like that then there are people that buy games because of the scantily clad characters so this is simply an easier target. Plus, if you remove the violence, games like GTA couldn't exist as the gameplay revolves around violent acts, but Tomb Raider would be the same game if Lara Croft put on a pair of pants, so I think publishers/distributors are more willing to work on that. Right now, Apple feels that they are likely to lose more money from offended customers/protests/boycotts than the potential revenue that these apps could generate. I'm just interested how many of those 140,000+ apps that Apple brags about will now be gone?

  • dumas1000

    There is a game called Sexy Poker 2009, by Ludigames. That's really Gameloft. Who wants to bet me that Sexy Poker never gets removed from the Appstore? Major Devs are not subject to this "crackdown." Apple will never remove games from major developers.

  • dumas1000

    There is a game called Sexy Poker 2009, by Ludigames. That's really Gameloft. Who wants to bet me that Sexy Poker never gets removed from the Appstore? Major Devs are not subject to this "crackdown." Apple will never remove games from major developers.

  • Constable Odo

    This uproar over app censorship amounts to nothing. 98% of the users on the iPhone/Touch/iPad platform will never even notice anything has changed. In a week this outcry will all be forgotten. Apple will go on selling millions of iPhones and Touches, people will continue to download hundreds of millions of apps every year, thousands more developers will begin writing apps for the App Store. For every pathetic developer that leaves the App Store, ten will spring up in their place. A few thousand useless apps are gone and it doesn't matter in the least. A few thousand apps out of 150,000 apps is insignificant. The App Store and Apple's mobile platform becomes stronger by the day and will continue to do so for many years.

    • hyak

      Just a few years ago, Nokia thought that it's deathgrip on mobile handsets can never be broken. How things have changed...

      • Jas

        Hubris indeed.

        Not so long ago that Nintendo and Sega thought they ruled the console market.

        Sony effectively killed Sega, and nearly did the same to Nintendo.

        Now of course, Sony have had their own comeuppance (to some extent) for their own arrogance in the PS2 era.

        It will be good for Apple to get the occasional kick up the backside too.

    • roland

      Apple used to stand for creativity and innovation. Now each time I see the logo it reminds me of bigotry, censorship, and unethical business practices. This will turn a lot of people away from the brand.

      Your suggestion that being successful justifies grossly immoral actions, in other words that morality is defined by how much money you make shows that you are obviously not one of these persons. We cannot all live by the same standards.

  • Constable Odo

    This uproar over app censorship amounts to nothing. 98% of the users on the iPhone/Touch/iPad platform will never even notice anything has changed. In a week this outcry will all be forgotten. Apple will go on selling millions of iPhones and Touches, people will continue to download hundreds of millions of apps every year, thousands more developers will begin writing apps for the App Store. For every pathetic developer that leaves the App Store, ten will spring up in their place. A few thousand useless apps are gone and it doesn't matter in the least. A few thousand apps out of 150,000 apps is insignificant. The App Store and Apple's mobile platform becomes stronger by the day and will continue to do so for many years.

    • hyak

      Just a few years ago, Nokia thought that it's deathgrip on mobile handsets can never be broken. How things have changed...

      • Jas

        Hubris indeed.

        Not so long ago that Nintendo and Sega thought they ruled the console market.

        Sony effectively killed Sega, and nearly did the same to Nintendo.

        Now of course, Sony have had their own comeuppance (to some extent) for their own arrogance in the PS2 era.

        It will be good for Apple to get the occasional kick up the backside too.

    • roland

      Apple used to stand for creativity and innovation. Now each time I see the logo it reminds me of bigotry, censorship, and unethical business practices. This will turn a lot of people away from the brand.

      Your suggestion that being successful justifies grossly immoral actions, in other words that morality is defined by how much money you make shows that you are obviously not one of these persons. We cannot all live by the same standards.

  • Buster

    I think it boils down to this. Best buy does or does not have the right to sell Porn and most folks would agree that it would cause a bit of an uproar if they did, Target does not sell Porn or suggestive material, why because THEY CAN DECIDE what they want to sell and what not to sell

    You see it all the time, Stores often discontinue pulling products, product lines, so in reality folks I'm sorry this is no different. I"m a single male and quite frankly I enjoy my porn but I enjoy it privately and not forcing the issue. There are select places I can go and buy this stuff and that is okay, BRAVO Apple, I think it is a good thing, I'm sorry but there are so many kids out there, I think Apple in general just does not want to be associated with it and I agree, think of what some of the stock holders might do once law suits start dropping!

    Guys in the long run its the right move....

  • Buster

    I think it boils down to this. Best buy does or does not have the right to sell Porn and most folks would agree that it would cause a bit of an uproar if they did, Target does not sell Porn or suggestive material, why because THEY CAN DECIDE what they want to sell and what not to sell

    You see it all the time, Stores often discontinue pulling products, product lines, so in reality folks I'm sorry this is no different. I"m a single male and quite frankly I enjoy my porn but I enjoy it privately and not forcing the issue. There are select places I can go and buy this stuff and that is okay, BRAVO Apple, I think it is a good thing, I'm sorry but there are so many kids out there, I think Apple in general just does not want to be associated with it and I agree, think of what some of the stock holders might do once law suits start dropping!

    Guys in the long run its the right move....

  • MR.MF

    GOOD NEWS! This game is back up! Haven't heard if Apple listened to our complaints or what prompted them to repost it but its back up. Played it for 15-20 minutes and have to say its a lot of fun. A lot like Alive4ever or iDracula. Highly recommended! Lets show Apple that this game and other games with female lead characters have their place in the app store, BUY THIS GAME! Daisy Mae Alien Buffet is a great iPod Touch game

    • http://klicktock.com Matt

      I was about to note the same thing. It's being featured in the App Store at the moment.

  • MR.MF

    GOOD NEWS! This game is back up! Haven't heard if Apple listened to our complaints or what prompted them to repost it but its back up. Played it for 15-20 minutes and have to say its a lot of fun. A lot like Alive4ever or iDracula. Highly recommended! Lets show Apple that this game and other games with female lead characters have their place in the app store, BUY THIS GAME! Daisy Mae Alien Buffet is a great iPod Touch game

    • http://klicktock.com Matt

      I was about to note the same thing. It's being featured in the App Store at the moment.

  • WJSS

    I bailed on Apple and the iPhone when the Droid was released. I was happy with the iPhone until they rejected Google Voice. I don't like being told what I can and can't do on a device I bought. So I went with the jailbreak option but became displeased with AT&T. So I made the jump to the Droid.
    Apple's respect for its customers and developers has become a joke and this situation is simply ridiculous!

  • WJSS

    I bailed on Apple and the iPhone when the Droid was released. I was happy with the iPhone until they rejected Google Voice. I don't like being told what I can and can't do on a device I bought. So I went with the jailbreak option but became displeased with AT&T. So I made the jump to the Droid.
    Apple's respect for its customers and developers has become a joke and this situation is simply ridiculous!

  • Randall Kennedy

    I really cringed when I would load up the top 25 apps on the phone and saw a bunch of boob-ware there. I thought it made the whole app store experience look low class.

  • Randall Kennedy

    I really cringed when I would load up the top 25 apps on the phone and saw a bunch of boob-ware there. I thought it made the whole app store experience look low class.

  • dolawren

    Didn't kids get horny over Wilma Flintstone and Betty Rubble as well,
    They didn't ban the Flintstones because kids wanted to make out with a cartoon.

    The world today, Just goes to show you,
    What da ya want, The Jetsons?

    Now that was a turn off, No wonder that series died.

  • dolawren

    Didn't kids get horny over Wilma Flintstone and Betty Rubble as well,
    They didn't ban the Flintstones because kids wanted to make out with a cartoon.

    The world today, Just goes to show you,
    What da ya want, The Jetsons?

    Now that was a turn off, No wonder that series died.

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