Nintendo is not done with cracking down on fan games yet. The company has issued a DMCA notice “under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), 17 USC § 512” on fan games that were made available on Fireside’s Game Jolt site, according to a Fireside blog post. They said that “we are required to act promptly on requests like this and remove any games included in the notice. When a DMCA takedown request comes in, we will ‘lock”\’ any of the games in the notice. This will result in the game page being accessible by the developer and no one else. Developers affected by takedown notices should never lose data. The games will still show in your dashboards for historical purposes. We believe the public should know what content is being removed from Game Jolt and why. In the spirit of transparency, we will start posting all DMCA takedown notices here“. Fireside also says that the DMCA notice from Nintendo “included 562 games” and included a link to the DMCA notice itself. If you want to read it, you can do so here.