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08/3 1397
I wish I could pay for more mobile games. I imagine app developers find the above statement counterintuitive. After all, why should I want to pay for something when I can have it for free? Rampant music, movie, television – and yes, video game – piracy appears to confirm this. Exhibit B: Super Mario Run,…



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کد مطلب: 8629
تاریخ و زمان انتشار: 3 آبان 1397, 10:20
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    More apps should follow Super Mario Run’s example
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