Game developer slams Microsoft

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Game developer slams Microsoft after hit game pulls in a pittance | News | TechRadar: ". . . . Rubicon criticised Microsoft for not featuring the game prominently on its store because it hadn't been launched for Intel-based Windows 8 machines too. The post, which has now been deleted, read: "Apple regularly promote our apps. Android regularly promote our apps. Even RIM (Blackberry) regularly promote our apps... Microsoft on the other hand clearly do not value us at all." "If other developers get this treatment, that store is going to look mighty bleak for a long time to come. Please take this as a warning. "I know I sound bitter and twisted and there's a reason for that – I actually am. We have wasted a lot of time, resources and money on supporting this platform and all that happened was we got spat on.". . ."

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