Rival Of 'Game Of War' App Maker Settles $100M IP Suit

By Y. Peter Kang (January 4, 2016, 10:20 PM EST) -- Ember Entertainment agreed to settle claims brought by the maker of the popular "Game of War" mobile video game in a $100 million copyright infringement suit over Ember's zombie-focused mobile offering "Empire Z," according to documents filed in California federal court on Monday.

U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria signed off on a joint motion to dismiss with prejudice the suit filed by Machine Zone Inc. claiming Ember Entertainment Inc.'s game is essentially the same as "Game of War" but with zombies and machine guns instead of the knights and catapults featured in Machine Zone's hit game.

The companies issued a joint...

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