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If your business model is conning kids into spending their parents' hard-earned app-store cash on in-app purchased \"rewards,\" it's fair to say you deserve to be ripped. South Park did the honors with its \"Freemium isn't Free' episode involving a Terrence and Philip-branded Candy Crush-style game c

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November 6, 2014 at 8:39AM
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Although King's $7 billion empire is built on the slim foundation of its lone blockbuster, Candy Crush Saga, many thought its efforts to trademark \"Saga\" and \"Candy\" were a bit over-the-top. It now turns out the company isn't trying to crush every game maker that uses these words, and instead is t

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King, the company behind the Candy Crush saga filed its IPO today, but is the maker another Zynga (Farmville), another Rovio (Angry Birds) or something else again? Nearly 100 million users play Candy Crush every day, and while the company's titles remain free to play, it depends on virtual goods,

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