Apple is using’s ‘offensive and sexualized’ games as a cudgel against Epic

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Shortly before the Epic v. Apple trial, Epic Games made an interesting announcement: it would offer the indie game storefront as an app on its own Epic Games Store. The Fortnite publisher was going to trial with the aim of making Apple offer competing app stores on its iPhone and iPad, so the move showed that Epic was willing to open up its own store in the same way.

On the fifth day of court, however, Apple tried to turn into a liability — by telling Epic Games Store general manager Steven Allison about “so-called adult games” that were “so offensive we cannot speak about them here.” is one of relatively few non-game apps on the Epic Games Store, along with software like the Brave browser. It’s also, as we’ve…

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