Gaming is changing. The way games are purchased, the way online has changed the landscape of gaming, and the entirely new market of gamers now thanks to mobile gaming have all converged to change the landscape of gaming. These changes have seen the re-birth of indie gaming - an exciting and interesting alternative to the AAA blockbuster.
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The internet has made it easier for the distribution and sales of digital products. With this, an opportunity has opened for there to be knock-off versions that are circulated from one scurvy dog to another. Every PC owner and his parrot has at some point torrented a game, leading game publishers and developers to want to see it walk the plank.