A video games teacher’s manual that was designed to help a budding game developer learn the ins and outs of the game industry has been taken down.
In a post on the Cbape Facebook page, an administrator from the company who worked on the guide has stated that the guide was taken down by the company’s parent company due to copyright infringement claims, citing a tweet from a fellow game developer.
The article was published on the cbap site in January and featured a series of short videos that explained how to use the game’s key features, such as the ability to create new maps and level layouts, to create a custom-made character and learn how to develop a new game.
However, the CBape team’s website has since been taken offline, with the administrator stating that the site’s copyright had expired.
The administrator stated that he had contacted the company, who did not respond to the request for comment.
However he also stated that they had not received any notice of copyright infringement and that the video was not on their site.
This means that, for the time being, the company has taken down the guide, according to the administrator.
This has been the case for many of the other video game manuals published on cbamp.com over the years, which have been taken off by the owners of the copyright holder.
In December, for instance, a manual for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 was taken offline by Activision Blizzard after an argument with a copyright holder over whether or not the manual was actually published.CBAP’s latest manual was written by the same team behind the original CBAP manual, and was originally published in October 2016.
In addition to helping game developers learn how the games’ features worked, the manual also included a series on the industry’s current trends.
The video game industry is booming with new games being released every week, but its creators have yet to find a way to share their progress and insights with the world.