Apple delays Terry Cavanagh’s game due to his criticism of in-app purchases

Terry Cavanagh, the creator of Super Hexagon, was trying to rerelease his 2009 flash game Don’t Look Back on the iTunes store. It was rejected because it contained a description that did not comply with the app store guidelines:

The sentence that ruffled Apple’s feathers was “there are no in-app purchases or any of that nonsense.” Cavanagh isn’t bothered by it, but it is unsettling for the development community. He deleted the offending sentence (though it still remains on the Android app store), and it was cleared for download, which you can get here (without any nonsense).