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Doubly Subverted: After earlier works are available internationally, the later works are only seen in the country of origin.
Parodied: Bob buys Troperion Adventures while on a foreign vacation. As he tries to leave the country, he's tackled by customs officials, who point to a huge sign forbidding the export of the game.
Zig-Zagged: The initial work only sees release in the country of origin, but the later, superior editions become exclusive to outside of the country of origin. And occasionally, a third version comes out, which is once again exclusive to the country of origin.
Averted: The work is released everywhere around the world.
Lampshaded: "Look at this cool video game! Too bad it's exclusive to that country."
Defied: See Averted.
Troperion becomes a cult classic among international gamers. As it is not released outside its country, the company loses a large portion of its market.
Alternatively, international gamers pirateTroperion. Eventually, the piracy costs the company so much money that they go out of business.
Reconstructed: The makers of Troperion realize the huge international market for the game and release an international version.