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Re: 'Edgy's' Cube Craziness Returns - Hopefully for Good
Posted by: Paul Hartsock 2009-12-03 08:22:06
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The story of "Edgy" sounds like an iPhone developer's worst nightmare. You create a game that includes a lot of intricate puzzles and levels. Lots of time goes into it, so you think it's appropriate to charge a moderate amount, as iPhone games go. There seems to be no reason for the App Store to reject it -- no shaken babies, no naked ladies, no Internet tethering, just clean old puzzle-solving fun. Approval is granted, public reaction is generally positive, and it seems you've caught your little piece of the iPhone dream.

Re: IGDA Resignation Statement
Posted by: dariusk 2009-12-03 08:27:33 In reply to: Paul Hartsock
The link to Langdell's registration statement is broken on the IGDA website because the IGDA switched over to a new site design and broke a lot of links in the process. If you would like to see his resignation statement, it's now available here:
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