Evening. I should probably say a few things here, as some of the replies on this thread have been a bit paranoid...
I have to admit to never having played either the game that caused all this or your original demo, so I can't give my perspective on that, and I'm not totally sure of what the thinking behind it was if it really was a clone of your application. It was featured on the front page as an example of game created with the hardware acceleration features, and not as some kind of one-upmanship, and it wasn't created with the Clickteam developers' (or the poster of that news article's) knowledge. It's now been taken down in the hope that all this will die down.
It's probably unwise for me to guess as to the reasons for their legal action and start all that up again, but as to the accusations of them only being interested in money, I've never seen any evidence of that from their actions as a company or in the support and updates they provide to the community. Clickteam discourages the mention of all competitor products on its own forum, not just yours. I can't say that I agree with this idea entirely, but it should (in theory) remove any possibility of bias against any competing software. (As for the posts about Gamebuilder, as far as I'm aware the site is run by one of the Clickteam members rather than Clickteam themselves, and it's his own choice what he wants to do with that.)
Finally, I can promise you that whether the problem users here have been paid by Clickteam in the past or not, their actions are entirely their own and we would never encourage them to harass you. Ashley, thanks for stopping forum members here from blowing up the issue any further than it needs to go. We'll try and do the same.