Vyx, before you open your mouth (or type something), PLEASE KNOW BETTER of what you're trying to say...
All Abandoned software and software platforms older than 5 years from the date of 'discontinuance' becomes public domain
If original software developers still exist, they must provide Source Code to the Library of Congress.
The Source Code is treated as a book,and put on-line as a digital publication. (ASCII Text File)
Along with downloadable working copies of the compiled program.
If the original software developers do not exist, citizens may submit software to the Library of Congress using
an on-line form and upload service. Old emulator programs are to be added to the Library too.
Then software can be preserved for computer platforms no longer in production.
(Apple, Atari, Commodore, IBM, Sinclair, and dozens more . . . )http://thecoffeedesk.com/news/index.php/2009/05/17/is-abandonware-legal/http://www.answers.com/topic/abandonwarehttp://www.d2ca.org/is-abandonware-legal.html
Your arguments are not valid, because Elecbyte NEVER argued that Mugen was discontinuated. It was a beta, and STILL IS a beta.
PLUS, they could sue you, because you've hacked their work withou any expression permission.
Who is talking now?