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DarkCast Ep. 72: Interview with Phillip Meyer

Jonathan Miley March 22, 2013 DCI 1 Comment
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The Legend of Zelda is one of the oft used sources of inspiration. Recently we were able to sit down and talk with Phillip Meyer about his game King Voxel, the “Zelda clone” to end all other Zelda clones. In this week’s episode we discuss all manner of facets of what it’s like to develop such a game, submit it to Greenlight and much more. For more information about King Voxel, see the links below.

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Hey there, I'm Jonathan, host of the DarkCast and Feature Editor here on Darkstation. You may be thinking. "How is this guy talking to me? How does he know I'm reading this?" Magic of the internet, my friend...

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THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

Plaintiff,

JIANGHAI XX a/k/a JEFF XX d/b/a
ESILVER2GO.COM d/b/a ESILVER2GO d/b/a
VENUSFASHIONSQ d/b/a VENUS FASHION d/b/a
TIFFANY4EVER.COM d/b/a
at 15 Sylvan Way, Parsippany, NJ 07054 and against Defendant XX, an

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5. Pursuant to 15 U.S.C. § 1117(a) Tiffany is awarded investigative fees against XX in the amount of $2,209.34, for which let execution issue;

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(h) offering such goods in commerce;

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