On Friday, Compu-Link, the company behind the “Caveman” emulator and the Wii’s GamePad, filed a lawsuit against Nintendo over the GamePad’s “reverse stenection” feature.
The company said that Nintendo’s “vast majority” of its software was ported over to the Gamepad.
This was because the GamePads “had no user interface and the reverse stenchers were invisible,” the company said.
“CompuLink believes that Nintendo should have implemented a system that was more robust and safe for the millions of users who were unable to use the Game pad because of the lack of user interface.”
Nintendo has not commented on the suit, which was filed in federal court in California.
Nintendo is not the only company to be sued over its gamepad.
Microsoft sued Compu in March, arguing that it had made “unreasonable” claims about the Game Pad’s safety.
That case is still pending, and the company has said it will appeal the case to the Supreme Court.