I’m a software developer. I don’t code as much as I used to, but I still know how to code. I’ve never developed on Apple’s platform(s) since I don’t own Apple devices but if I did, then I would absolutely learn Objective C/Obj-C++/Swift and make something, even if it’s a pointless app.
As a developer, I am familiar with app stores and their policies. Many, if not all stores have a policy where in exchange for offering you a platform to sell your product/game/app/service/whatever, they get a 20–30% cut from in-app purchases, app sales, etc.
The current drama surrounding Epic Games and #FreeFortnite is pointless. For those who don’t know, let me sum it up for you. …
Yep, it finally happened lol.
I don’t even know why to be honest. Discord claims in the account termination email that I was promoting and/or distributing hacks on their platform.
Which, to be honest, I kinda was. I did make ASH-AIO which is a Splatoon hack client with some dangerous hacks in it, however I did not distribute it directly on Discord’s platform, but rather I hosted releases of it on GitHub.
But I did give out that GitHub link so that counts as promoting I guess.
Also, I made sure to make it clear to everyone that uses that AIO that by using it ASH Team is not liable for any damage to your Wii U console nor are we responsible if you get banned for your dumb decision to use a clearly-labeled dangerous hack online in the game. …