GameLoft Changes DRM Policy on HD Android Games
Last week, many of you may have read of GameLoft’s outrageous DRM policy regarding HD Android games sold through their site. Fortunately, due to many complaints and the negative response from the Android community, GameLoft has changed their stance. They listened to the concerns of many of their potential customers and have taken significant action. For starters, they’ve completely reversed their stance on re-downloading games that aren’t in the Android market. We don’t details and specifics yet about how many downloads you are allowed, but when we do we will certainly let you know.
Overall, I think it’s great that GameLoft changed their stance. It really shows that they care about their customers. Good job GameLoft!
So, what are your thoughts? Will you buy a GameLoft game for your Android handset?
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