So you're saying the game belongs to Apple and the developers shouldn't be allowed to sell it anywhere else? Sounds silly doesn't it? Just because the folks at Bluestacks were inventive enough to find a way of making it easy for the devs to reach a new audience, avoiding a complete re-code on their part, it's wrong?
Inventive might be overly flattering. But I agree that this is still a pretty deft feat, whether they are shut down legally or not and whether it is commercially viable. It's a shame that the folks herein have no appreciation for clever engineering. I realize there are few technically competent members here. But there are equally few folks who know the law or who are savvy businessmen. Yet they do not hesitate to opine on and argue the finer points of economics and lawsuits. Go figure.