So, a random google search showed that The Incident is available, fully cracked and unlocked, from a pirate website that asks its visitors for donations to keep cracking iOS games. Finding this just a bit too funny, I visited their IRC channel.

After this exchange, a moderator listed off the usual excuses in reply and accused me of “suing little kids” and “ruining my own app.” I hope at least someone in the channel thought about the actual real people behind the apps they care about so much that they crack them, frequent a website that cracks them, and furthermore spend Saturday afternoon chatting about it.

Saturday, October 30 2010

So, a random google search showed that The Incident is available, fully cracked and unlocked, from a pirate website that asks its visitors for donations to keep cracking iOS games. Finding this just a bit too funny, I visited their IRC channel.
After this exchange, a moderator listed off the usual excuses in reply and accused me of “suing little kids” and “ruining my own app.” I hope at least someone in the channel thought about the actual real people behind the apps they care about so much that they crack them, frequent a website that cracks them, and furthermore spend Saturday afternoon chatting about it.