Mashable - Steam removed a school shooting game, but there's a bigger
"The darker corners of Steam are flooded with content creators known as
"asset flippers." These individuals build whatever they're working on using
pre-made assets that have been stitched together, with little or no original
Popular, heavily supported game engines — the software tools that are the
building blocks of our video games — such as Unity feature an App Store-like
interface where content creators can look for shortcuts. So instead of, say,
building an art asset for a gas station or an Xbox controller profile for
standard first-person shooter controls, a developer can go and download
somebody else's version of the same.
The creator of Active Shooter is, according to Valve, one of the more
enduring asset flippers on Steam. So the game's removal, and the banning of
Revived Games and ACID — the developer and publisher, respectively — isn't a
response to toxic content, it's the removal of someone Valve has deemed a
dishonest content creator."