All roads lead to Rome when Arriving in Damascus

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Shortly after I released my June #1GAM  game “Arriving in Damascus” on GameJolt (and right here), I got a (spammy) email from another game portal site:

Hi Andre, viagra advice uk

My name is XXredactedXX, I’m one of the guys behind XXredactedXX.

I’ve recently played Arriving in Damascus on GameJolt.com and I was wandering if it would be possible to publish the game on our website.

Thank you for your time,

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(Happy to privately share the name of the site, but didn’t want to drive them any traffic).

I didn’t bother replying (ignoring that they got my name wrong) – once you have a few apps and games published around the place you get these sorts of emails from bottom-feeders all the time. Although Arriving in Damascus is a short free game, I had no interest in putting it on XXredactedXX, since GameJolt (and Kongregate) split advertising revenue with developers and this other site does not. I also don’t want to have to run around to multiple places if I want push out an update. viagra natural como fazer

So today when cleaning up my inbox, I found this email and thought on a whim I might search for Arriving in Damascus on the XXredactedXX site. Turns out they published a copy anyhow, without permission. It also turns out the joke is on them, since I’ve been using this little SiteLock.cs script with any of my Unity games published on web portals. The copy that XXredactedXX ripped from GameJolt simply forwards people away from their site to the version hosted right here on this site. No need to send any polite or angry requests, I’ll take the free traffic :)

(Does that cryptic title make sense now ?)

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