China is home to a lot of video game knockoffs and bootlegs due to their loose copyright laws; no company is safe from versions of games like this, especially not Nintendo. The most recent game to fall victim to being ripped off is Splatoon. A new Chinese mobile game, titled “Sepia Go!,” is almost an exact clone of the game, mimicking its hub area, character designs, stages, sound effects, music, and just about every single thing that makes Splatoon the game that it is.

The most unfortunate thing is that Android users living outside of China can download the game and play it for themselves. So we may see Nintendo try to put a stop to this game sometime soon if things get too out of hand. For now, you can check out images of the game in the gallery below and a gameplay video for the title above!

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Adam Sherrill
Writing is half of my life. Video games make up the other half. I decided to put these two hobbies together and join Gamnesia back in 2015. I spend most of my time working at a retail store and paying off my student debt. When I'm not getting stressed about the thousands of dollars I owe my loan providers, I play tons of video games (which just puts me into more debt). I'm also currently writing a novel in what little spare time I have. It's a story I've been wanting to write for a while, but I don't want to talk about it until I have most of it completed. Any Gamnesia-related inquiries may be sent to [email protected] Feel free to follow my personal Twitter if you want (@Pindlo). I mostly just retweet things.


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