Joustin' Beaver smartphone game developer suing Justin Bieber
Joustin' Beaver looks like a hilariously bad game, like a lot of games in the smartphone world. I mean, any game where your character resembles a pop sensation as a beaver has to be bad.
RC3, the creator of this game, is no doubt getting more publicity these days after suing Justin Beaver...er...Bieber. How does that work? Well, Bieber's legal squad sent a cease-and-desist letter to the game developer to remove the game from app stores. RC3 struck back with a lawsuit saying they have the right to distribute it, noting the game is a parody and they are protected by the First Amendment.
The game involves taking control of a beaver floating down a river on a log. This beaver knocks away "Phot-Hogs" trying to take his picture and signing "Otter-graphs." You can't make this stuff up, folks.
I predict a big win for RC3 here since the game is obviously a parody and the publicity will bump up sales, no matter how bad this game is.
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