xyloFUN said:I am very disappointed that Apple would approve an app called "Girls Farts" (it' one of his other apps).That is tasteless beyond words!
scitunes said:And not true!They don't, right? Right? Right? ...
tenrdrmer said:They are not as bad as other rip off we've seen. at least he's changed some of the art I guess. its still unfortunate GS doesn't do something to combat this kinda stuff.
tenrdrmer said:that wont stop the template rip offs most I have seen the user had pro. they need to watermark the art and maybe even spot check some of the stuff running through the publisher for the same files
Aquarius said:thats the issue with "lack of passion". some ppl just wanna make a quick buck
dazzleme said:And that's probably about *all* they'll make... a buck. If it's difficult for decent games to take hold and sell well without lots of marketing effort and luck, it's gotta be that much more difficult for the rest of 'em.Arguments regarding games without a lot of effort in them aside, I imagine many games aren't so much someone trying to get rich without making an effort as they are about someone learning the ropes and being excited about publishing their first app. Granted, nothing is "one shoe fits all". Perhaps some are just trying to make a buck. Some really do not care about quality or ethics. Some really are trying to learn, perhaps make "honest" mistakes along the way, and are excited about getting their first app published.Food for thought.
dazzleme said:I completely understand the points that are being made, and agree with them to one degree or another as well. Sometimes everything that's been said is perfectly fitting. Other times, it could be some 12 year old who's got his or her heart in the right place but isn't quite there yet. They could get torn up in the forums (ripped up inside) and shut themselves down as developers. Or they could get coached, built up, and eventually really turn out some great stuff!I have no idea who made cannon basket, and my comments aren't specific to that app. Just a high level observation. I guess I'm saying you never really know when it's a schmuck without morals or a young developer needing some mentoring.
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