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Elite Systems has ZX Spectrum games from App Store after row over copyright
Publisher Elite Systems has a number of emulated Sinclair ZX Spectrum games from Apple’s App Store reached after several developers of the games did complained about the lack of royalties or copyright infringement.
Elite Systems Elite Systems did recently successfully held on Kickstarter for a bluetooth keyboard that is very similar to the keyboard of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum home computer from the eighties. crowdfunding action Especially the little rubber keys were typical and reflected. The replica The game publisher has also some two hundred Spectrum games ported to iOS and these titles for sale in various game bundles in the App Store. This step of Elite Systems was however not rated by some developers because they give to issue the old games again, or because no royalties were paid despite earlier agreements. Permission
Steve Wilcox, director of Elite Systems, has gone after fierce criticism by the dust and decided to remove all titles. Provisionally from the App Store Gamers who have previously purchased all ZX Spectrum classics on the App Store can just keep playing the games, but new games can no longer be purchased. Temporarily through in-app purchases or the App Store
Wilcox says also that he will quickly take to remedy the problems within 28 days overdue royalties will pay. still in touch with all the developers involved Elite Systems Director calls the undesirable situation and said that more than 450 angry e-mails about the issue a ‘punishment’ was for him.
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