Recently, Apple released a $5 Dollar game on their store called "Cuphead" which turned out to be a fake game. "Cuphead" is an action game that allows the player to control a character that shoots at the villains to pay his debt back to the devil.
A fake iOS version was released with real screenshots of the game and listed StudioMDHR as the developer. However, the give away was that queries were sent to studiomdhrgames.com instead of the legitimate site, studiomdhr.com. The game also uses an incorrect name "StudioMDHR Entertainment Inc." and is registered to Walter Gregor who isn't even an employee at StudioMDHR.
As the real game has not been released on iOS as of yet, the company were shocked when they heard of this release which was suspicious as they would not have done the iOS release on the down low as they publicise themselves and their products on social media.
StudioMDHR director of experience Ryan Moldenhauer confirmed that they are working on having the app removed. The fake game still allows the user to play it using touch controls but the low-resolution background and slow response time makes it more difficult.
Although duplicating Cuphead is not difficult, it should not be able to slip through the gap of Apple's submission process. Apple has removed the app thus far but has not commented on whether those who had downloaded the game will be refunded.