To everyone saying who and who should not be banned and basically telling the mods what to do.
This forum is not intended as some sort of Nazi police state where anyone who disagrees with someone else, or anyone who holds a different opinion, or anyone who makes a game that isn't as good as it could be, or even anyone who is slightly annoying gets themselves banned.
this forum is intended as a place for free speech and free exchange of ideas and a shared love of games, indeed the only time mods interfere is when people get in the way of that by serious personal attacks or promoting theft of audiogames.
So, if there is a legitimate! post which is a problem, Ie it involves a personal attack, report it to the mods, don't sit around and start saying who or what is bad, or spam the mods with private messages saying that because you personally dislike someone someone should go, or declaring that person so and so should be banned from the forum.
Similarly, if you think a game is using stolen code, well report it to the game's own developer and have him/her contact us. All the throwing around accusations and strange audio recordings in the world won't do you any good at all.
Actually Ethin is correct that the term "clone" seems to have just become these days a general swearword on the forum, which is unhelpful to everyone.
About the matter of game quality, that is exactly the same. People can! post practice games to new releases if they want, we make no guarantee any game anyone posts will be any good or in a finished state, such matters are up to the game's own developer, heck in the past posting prototype versions for people to try, public betas and even public alphas was quite a common practice, heck I remember swamp when it was a closed arena with one sort of zombie, one gun, and a two minute time limit.
So, might I suggest that people stop all the complaints and get back to what this topic is actually for, discussing Mahdi's game, offering criticism and trying to hopefully help the game become better in the future.
With our dreaming and singing, Ceaseless and sorrowless we! The glory about us clinging Of the glorious futures we see,
Our souls with high music ringing; O men! It must ever be
That we dwell in our dreaming and singing, A little apart from ye. (Arthur O'Shaughnessy 1873.)