@squarezero EGLS physically took the audio and visuals files from one game, then inserted them into their own. That's as much theft as it is plagiarism. They're not just claiming responsibility for someone else's work, like what happened to you with that jerk who claimed to have made a website that you had done, but rather they took the physical creation of someone else and used it in their software... and THEN they claimed it was theirs. Wouldn't that pretty much make it a combination of theft and plagiarism? EGLS didn't just take the idea (which is what plagiarism boils down to) they took the product as well. @skillmaster For the love of god, just STOP. Okay? Just stop trying to pick and find excuses, stop trying to justify what EGLS has done just because you're annoyed about the possibility of the game being removed from the store. You're embarrassing yourself and giving the users on this site a bad name.