Hacker says that Riot Games have finished development on a League of Legends CCG

League of Legends

By on October 14, 2013 at 2:08 pm

A hacker by the name of “Jason” briefly took control of the Twitter account of Riot Games’ CEO Marc Merill today, during which they threatened to release the source code for what they allege was a finished (but unreleased) League of Legends card game.

“Riot doesn’t want you to play this game,” said Jason. “It’s a stand-alone game. I have the server and client source.”

Jason then released a picture showing a login screen to League of Legends: Supremacy, which matches up with a domain name registered by Riot around a year ago. He then uploaded an imgur gallery of template files and another one of text icons, which has now been taken down.

Merill has since retaken control of his account and claims that the images leaked were “old screens from one of the many prototypes we’ve experimented with”.

Source: Kotaku

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*shiftyeyes*

 

Jason Imms:
*shiftyeyes*

Oh god.

GET ‘IM

 

Jason…who hacks…wonder if he wears a hockey mask?

 
 
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