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Zynga is synonomous with ripping off other developers’ games, but very rarely do they get called out for it.
In fact, Zynga has even tried to sue people for copying their games — ironically enough. The company’s latest game, Dream Heights, bears more than a striking resemblance to 2011’s iPhone Game of the Year (an honor awarded directly by Apple) Tiny Tower. And as you can see from the image below, at least one person seems to have noticed.
While the image speaks for itself, Tiny Tower developer Nimblebit proceeded to comment about the game’s similarities on Twitter earlier today.
“Even when you refuse to go work for Zynga, sometimes you end up doing work for Zynga anyway,” Nimblebit wrote in an update. It’s worth noting that Zynga attempted to purchase Nimblebit last year, but the indie studio turned the offer down.
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