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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:33am 12/03/12 | 2 Comments
The kerfuffle over Mojang's forthcoming "Scrolls" started by Bethesda Softworks in regards to use of the word "Scrolls" (which they claimed IP ownership over), has finally reached a palatable head with both parties coming to a mutual agreement.

On Friday Mojang's Carl Menneh posted on their blog that they had "settled the lawsuit over "Scrolls"" with Bethesda and that the two companies are now "friends again".
To answer the big question – yes Scrolls is still going to be called Scrolls.

To answer the second question – we aren’t going to keep the trade mark.
His post also points out that they didn't necessarily care about the trade mark, rather it was about naming their game as such and not letting the big boys bully them around.

(Thanks Gamasutra.)



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Llian
Posted 12:37pm 12/3/12
Id love to say common sense prevailed, but I bet Beth just smelled a failed lawsuit
dais
Posted 04:30pm 12/3/12
Good, stupid bulls***.
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