Chances are good some of you reading this play Candy Crush Saga, the mobile game apparently as addictive as actual candy. I have not indulged personally, but I can understand the appeal. I’m a big believer in the idea that games with bright colors and simple goals will always have a place in gaming.
But King.com, the company behind Candy Crush Saga,has gotten itself into the news recently. You might have heard about it, but, if you haven’t, here’s the gist of it: King.com has taken out a trademark for the words “Candy Crush Saga.” They don’t have an ironclad hold on the trademark yet, but they are already exercising their authority. Exaggerated reports might have you believe that nothing with the word “Candy” in it is safe.
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