Nintendo issues DMCA takedown for Super Mario Bros. Commodore 64 port


Ninty showing just how big an asshole it is: Business as usual.

Nintendo is deathly allergic to anyone celebrating its IP in any kind of unprescribed way.


It’s not the first time they have done this to a C64 port/clone.

Nintendo urged the makers of The Great Giana Sisters to withdraw the game from sale, arguing that it was obvious copyright infringement. Time Warp Productions and Rainbow Arts immediately stopped the production and, at the same time, the game began vanishing from the stores.

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