Recently, the sandbox methodology game Myth of Empires was taken out from Steam following a DMCA takedown demand recorded by Studio Wildcard and Snail Games, the engineer and distributer of Ark: Survival Evolved. They guaranteed that the source code for Myth of Empires was really founded on the hotspot for Ark, which a previous Snail Games representative had taken prior to passing on to establish his own studio.
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Angela Game, the engineer of Myth of Empires, exhaustingly denied any bad behavior, and typically the matter wound up in court. On December 9, Angela Game recorded a protest against Snail Games and Studio Wildcard, again denying any bad behavior and mentioning a directive against the DMCA takedown demand—basically, a court request that it be lifted.
The documenting says proof introduced by Snail Games to support its case—a starter examination found many class, variable and capacity names shared by the two games—is deficient and deluding, and in any occasion such names “are not copyrightable and are not expose to copyright control.”
The recording additionally rejects that Myth of Empires was based on taken source code, and says the charges that it was, and its resulting expulsion from Steam, have “caused and takes steps to prompt unsalvageable damage” to Angela Game.