Originally Posted by david_loqheart
Regardless of how the actual lawsuit pans out, this is definitely a sad state of affairs for our industry.
When it comes down to it, there is a game out there called YetiTown that is incredibly similar to Tripletown. And if this becomes the norm or standard by which our community operates, it will stifle innovation and risk-taking. That will be highly destructive to all of us.
I think Daniel Cook has a great article about this, called "Plagiarism as a Moral Choice"
We should all ask more of ourselves and of each other.
Agree with this, there is another great perspective on this from Kevin Dent at http://www.pocketgamer.biz/r/PG.Biz/...ch=triple+town
It is not only the publishers but also the developers of course who share the blame in this copycat game.