Adventure Time: Finn and Jake Investigations

Adventure Time: Finn and Jake Investigations

Last chance! Game will be removed from Steam on 4/1

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Chloroform Feb 20 @ 3:25am 
Oh P I S S, im a year late. I guess I can't get a nostalgia trip now, rip
PlagueofMidgets Jul 28, 2018 @ 6:12am 
Yes you keep the game if you uninstall.
IBISIBIS Jul 28, 2018 @ 1:48am 
if ive already installed the game will i still be able to play it and when is it being taken off?
Cyrocynical ༄月光の心༻ May 30, 2018 @ 2:50pm 
Ryuu May 30, 2018 @ 10:06am 
Meh, you can't easily change laws like that. License holders just won't give out licenses so easy to some entity forever.
matrixdll May 30, 2018 @ 10:01am 
That way the shady key resellers' cottage business will be abolished forever + consumers won't have to be afraid of disappearance of creative work due to draconian copyright laws.

Same can be done with games that contain licensed material in them (like, movie-based videogames) - after the license expires, either the earnings are frozen until the license is renewed or some portion of the earnings shall be automatically transferred to the owner of licensed material used in game.

It's a shame that this will never be pushed from top-to-bottom - realistically that can only happen if constantly pressured for a long period of time by the grass roots movements, and those have to be a REALLY dedicated bunch to see this through the end.
matrixdll May 30, 2018 @ 10:00am 
Sorry for going into tangent, but that DMCA legislation could surely use a patch or two in order to prevent the digital items from disappearing from digital storefronts. For example, we could create a worldwide non-commercial entity, say, United Copyright Association that would keep track of all the copyrights and their respective owners and rule out the copyrights registration as mandatory for any business on legal level.
Within that system, whenever the copyright holder as a company goes down or the intellectual property is being sold to other company, any digital item related to the said copyright won't disappear from stores, but instead all the earnings would go through UCA and will be frozen on a deposit account in some Swiss bank (optionally, w/ the interest rate going to support the UCA operations), until the new owner shall provide the proof of ownership for said copyrights to UCA.
Ryuu May 30, 2018 @ 9:56am 
New AT game is releasing soon on Steam
Ears May 30, 2018 @ 9:51am 

I guess the show ended :(
Ryuu May 23, 2018 @ 8:28pm 
license expiration