First Soulja Boy steals from Nintendo, now the US government. It looks like Nintendo has to lay off a few people in 2019. A few people on social media have discovered a quirk this weekend because the Environmental Protection Agency's website seems to have extracted some music from the game Yoshi's Island DS to use on their flash site. It serves as music for a recycling game created to teach you how to retrain and test your knowledge.
Fun fact: the US government has stolen the underground theme of Yoshi's flash game Island DS for the flash game of the Environmental Protection Agency on recycling. The song can be heard just after pressing the start button. pic.twitter.com/TpMI6l8NSh
– Forest of illusion (@forestillusion) February 16, 2019
Since then, the music on the website has been permanently disabled, so nothing is playing, but it is clear that the agency was caught taking music that was not theirs. The agency itself has said absolutely nothing about it and apparently refuses to acknowledge that it has happened before, fearing they will not be able to play music in their little recycling game. We'll see if Nintendo responds brazenly, which we absolutely hope to do!
(Last update February 20, 2019 12:44 )