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So if a game has same or similar logic to the classic memory game, this is still fine so far it uses another name? i shall make a memory game and name it 'emory game', but keep that secret.
It does seem like big bully tactics on behalf of Ravensburger - I wonder how well it would stand up in court (or even if it'd get to court) if a developer just refused to comply.
a method of generating a name by activating a random number of random keys on a
keyboard, where activating can be deemed to mean pressing, thwacking, hitting, slamming,
bashing or any other adjective synonymous with touching
Also keyboard can be deemed to be any device where touching or any other adjective
synonymous with touching would produce a letter or symbol where letter or symbol
can be deemed to be any shape or part thereof in the entire known or even as yet
moopf, ar2rsawseen, Teranth
@Scouser, on the original article in the comments they came up with other such names, so sue them as well, please.- it's good to hear that probably the type of card-game is not yet patented, only the name, which i don't care about (if the game is good enough, it will make it's own name as a trade-mark)
@Scouser )@Javi Apple already patented round corner's, so you can sue them for using Pi in their calculations
and I have trademarked all possible names generated using such method
Also keyboard can be deemed to be any device where touching or any other adjectivesynonymous with touching would produce a letter or symbol where letter or symbol can be deemed to be any shape or part thereof in the entire known or even as yet undiscovered universe.
Don't Apple own the patent for stealing items from airports??
These guys are in for some lawyer hurt!