The owner of itch.io accuses the owner of w3itch.io of steal their interface and identity. The latter has been inaugurated very recently and is a Rival marketplace planning to integrate NFT and crypto.And as they comment through PC Gamer, this is another contender for the Web3 is going just great site. It is a satirical website that documents every new disaster related to NFTs, cryptocurrencies, etc. In its own words, w3itch.io is an “open marketplace for independent game creators” where everyone can sell games and put their own prices.VIDEOWhat is HYPERRALISM. Are there really hyper-realistic games? It sounds too much like the itch.io store, a popular website that already exists. Although there is a slight difference mentioned above: w3itch.io plans to add NFT, cryptocurrency payments and other web3 technology.Although one differs from the other because itch.io did not cut a hair when saying that NFTs are a scam. And considering that Steam has banned all NFT or cryptocurrency from their website, it’s only natural that these people look for an alternative. It seems unlikely that w3itch.io is going to be this alternative in the short term, especially if it bears so much resemblance to the first Y its owner has admitted to using the itch.io CSS“You’ve stolen the itch.io interface,” said the itch founder Leaf Corcoran. “so blatantly scamming and also directly using our name on your project. As far as I’m concerned, this is [una] scam to trick people into using itchio’s established trademark on an unrelated project for your own benefit”. Corcoran reported this as a bug on the w3itch.io Github page, perhaps the most developer way to deal with this that one can imagine.Gaming has very particular demands in terms of connection. That makes it surely a good idea to bet on a gaming router. View ListingAlthough the problem goes beyond the web design scam, as Corcoran says, “Also, reviewing a lot of content on the platform, it looks like you’ve stolen a lot of games,” like rpgmaker.net for example.”And this without consent of the creators of said games. For the sake of their respective creators and their work, I ask that you remove all stolen content from the platform.” Now, w3itch.io itself has given an official response through its Twitter. It reads: “If you believe your content has been stolen, please leave a comment on this tweet or send a DM to contact the uploader to remove the content. I would like to express my deep gratitude to the community.” for the offense we have caused.” A quick search through the games on w3itch.io yields results on some projects with RPG Maker that are available everywhere. We will see where all this goes and if you have a feasible solution for itch.iowhich is the part affected at the moment.