Singletons create their perfect match as an avatar and then are paired off with ten real prospective partners who have a similar look. The dopplegangers then enter a house with the singleton who sets them challenges and eliminates them based on their performance.
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Game of Clones - Video game clone - Netflix
A video game clone is either a video game (or series) which is very similar to or heavily inspired by a previous popular game or series. It also applies to a third-party remake of a video game console. The term is usually derogatory, implying a lack of originality and creativity; however, an intentional clone may be anything from a “ripoff” to an honorary homage to its exemplar. Accusing a game of being a clone carries the implication that its developers or publishers try to profit off of the exemplar's success. In particularly bad cases this may be seen as a form of plagiarism or fraud and could be taken to court. Cloning a game in digital marketplaces is common, because it is hard to prevent and easy to compete with existing games. Developers can copyright the graphics, title, story, and characters, but they cannot easily protect software design and game mechanics. A patent for the mechanics is possible, but acquiring one is expensive and time-consuming. Below, alongside the history of the practice, some clones are listed.
Game of Clones - Notable cloned video game systems - Netflix
Normal cloned consoles play games of older consoles. If they are officially licensed, they are made by third-party companies who have been granted permission to manufacture and distribute by the original manufacturers (i.e., Atari and Sega). If they are not officially licensed, they are made by companies that do not have contractual agreements with the original manufacturers with regards to intellectual property.
Game of Clones - References - Netflix