Representatives of the British music industry decided to appeal to the world of mobile games to try to convince consumers to stop pirating music.
The UK intellectual property office has launched a title called Music Inc., which puts the player in the shoes of anyone who works with music. The person has to promote his work and keep the company profitable in a market where not everyone wants to pay for the goods purchased.
As the Engadget, although Music Inc. addresses a real problem for copyright holders, it weighs too much on one side. So much so that piracy is considered by the game as a lost sale, and not all artists agree with this – some even support the alternative distribution.
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