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Lethal Company cautions users about a potential "scam" involving the mobile app

An unauthorized mobile version of the popular survival horror game, Lethal Company, has surfaced on both the Google Play Store and Apple App Store, prompting warnings from its developer, Zeekerss. The developer has cautioned players that the mobile version is unofficial and likely a scam.

According to details on the Play Store, the unofficial Lethal Company game was launched on December 21, 2023, and remains available at the time of this writing. Additionally, a moderator on the Lethal Company Discord has confirmed that the mobile version was developed without explicit permission and urged members to avoid such fake games to prevent falling victim to potential malicious intentions.

In Apple's App Privacy section for Lethal Company, the developer, Aytac Kahveci, states that the app's privacy practices may involve data handling, including the potential for user tracking across other companies' apps and websites.

Despite its success since its launch, Lethal Company has become a target for copycats on app stores, a trend increasingly common in today's mobile gaming industry, posing challenges for both developers and players alike. Unfortunately, efforts to deter fans from downloading these illegal clones inadvertently serve as advertising for them, despite their unauthorized status.

Nevertheless, the developers of the mobile version of Lethal Company are leveraging Zeekerss' success by releasing an unofficial version of the PC game, garnering over 500,000 downloads on the Play Store.

Source: adapted from an article by Isa Muhammad, Staff Writer for

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