On Saturday, the game's creator had an announcement to make.
The designer, Nguyen Ha Dong, based in Hanoi, had decided to take down a game he had made in just a few nights. He'd told the media he was making $50,000 a day from advertising. There were rumours the decision was prompted by a warning letter from Nintendo.
The game was already a major internet talking point: it was the most-downloaded mobile game on Apple and Google's online stores.
This is the amount of Google searches you get when a game is downloaded 50 million times.
But now things are getting ridiculous.
In retrospect, it was entirely inevitable that this would happen.
(And that this would happen when you die).
Twitter was a bit like this now.
So by the time this happened, no one was surprised.
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