Beloved gaming titan King©®™ have purchased all rights to Atari/Starpath Supercharger game Rabbit Transit (1983), previously notable for featuring substantially more mammalian reproduction than Custer’s Revenge (1982). Based on this acquisition, King©®™ are presently applying to trademark the term “rabbit” in all gaming-related endeavors, in order to sue Arkedo and Sega over Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit (2012).
However, a bright-eyed and bushy-tailed intern at King©®™ noticed that there exist other games with the word “rabbit” in their titles made after their 1983 game, and so King©®™ threatened Epic Games with litigation if they did not immediately cease selling any and all games in the Jazz Jackrabbit series.
A spokesman from Epic Games eventually explained to King©®™ that Epic have not sold any games in that series at any time in the present millennium. At this point, all threats were abandoned.
Also, Rabbit Transit probably ripped off Q*Bert or something but I mean who cares.
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Eat your lima beans, Johnny.