ASMB Games is forced to change their new game into DMCA's Sky, after Nintendo issues an Takedown!
Nintendo squashed a fan-made game called No Mario’s Sky, but the project’s development team promptly responded with another game, DMCA’s Sky.
Yet another Takedown Notice from big 'N', they been going hard-core over anything remotely featuring their famous character IP's, but in this case, the developers behind the mash-up of the classic Super Mario mixed with newly popular No Man's Sky, decide instead of totally removing No Mario's Sky from their website, and throwing it into the graveyard of forgotten DMCA removed games, cleverly change it into DMCA's Sky allowing fans to still enjoy their fun new game, while dreaming what should be Mario in their mind instead.
Nintendo News recently interviewed the small four-man indie team behind No Mario's Sky, after their takedown notice was issued in less than four days after the game was released, and here is what they said about the whole thing and why they created the game in the first place, knowing most likely it was going to give them some legal issues from Nintendo that hates anything 'fan'-related.
So another one bits the dust, in the meantime you can enjoy what it look liked before the takdown by watching the following trailer, and then afterwards I suggest grabbing their new version DMCA's Sky, to show the team you support them in their fight against big 'N' and their love of using the DMCA to remove anything remotely connected to their IP's and games that fans have created for free.
NEWS SOURCE: No Mario’s Sky Team Responds to Takedown Notice With DMCA’s Sky (via) NintendoNews