There are many ways of informing the whole world and the people you care about that you have a new baby. You could tweet it, post photos of your baby on social networks, send out cards, make phone calls, send text messages, and etc. Well it seems that more conventional methods wasn’t enough for Andreas Kleinke, a former training manager for the Apple Online Store team.
Instead what Kleinke did was take his love for Apple and his baby and mimicked the Apple website, except that instead of showcasing Apple products, Kleinke’s Apple website clone featured photos of his baby which he attempted to describe in the same way and style that Apple would have described their products. Read full post →Former Apple Employee Announces New Baby In Typical Apple Fashion
It seems that controversy follows Dong Nguyen wherever he goes. Previously there were reports that Nguyen’s game, Flappy Bird, stole images from Nintendo’s games, although in all fairness Nintendo denied that they sent Nguyen legal notices. Now with Nguyen’s latest game, Swing Copters, the developers at Open Name claim the game is a ripoff of their own Bog Racer.
Interestingly enough Bog Racer was released in July but apparently during Google’s zeal at removing all clones/copycats of Swing Copters, Bog Racer was caught in the crossfire despite it being released first. Speaking to Pocket Gamer, the developers claim that Nguyen had “heavily borrowed” the ideas of Bog Racer to apply to Swing Copters. Read full post →Swing Copters Accused Of Ripping Off Another Game, Bog Racer