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Naughty Zelda rip-off invades iOS


12:00 PM on 10.12.2011
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The mobile platform is a hive of unfettered development that is only vaguely policed. While this can lead to some inventive and unique ideas, it all too often leads to lazy developers looking for a quick buck. Enter Ultimate iZelda Climb, a game that doesn't even pretend to not be a blatant rip-off. 

Stealing its characters from The Legend of Zelda and tossing them into a standard "Jump" style game, Audio Attack's recently released iOS game is too shameless for the word shameless to even apply. However, that absolutely ridiculous look on Link's face in the loading screen art is worth a laugh at the very least. 

The sheer lack of integrity sported by a number of mobile developers is pretty disgusting, but I can't help finding the gall of it funny.






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