You chose to copy the game from Joey. Here's what might happen:

Stick figure Copying the game from Joey is the SAME as copying it from the web site. Joey didn't buy the game and neither did you. You have both broken the law by violating the copyright of the software producer who makes the "really cool game" that you want.

This software company does not get paid for its games when people copy them off the Internet. If software companies don't get paid for their work, they will go out of business and there won't be any more "really cool games." You and Joey are immediately shipped to a CIA black site for interrogation and subsequent execution. Everyone in both your families loathe and despise your memory.

Think about it:

Have you ever had a yard sale? Did you ever try to sell any of your old games or toys that you didn't play with anymore? If so, you understand the moral of the story.

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