#Truth: Major wireless carriers in the US are ripping you off by using smoke and mirrors

#Truth: Major wireless carriers in the US are ripping you off by using smoke and mirrors
It’s no secret that the writers here at AndroidGuys do their best to save you money. Many of us writers are just like you where we have normal jobs, have families, but we happen to write about tech as a hobby. It’s fun for us. Our friends and family regularly turn to us for advice,

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Heroes of Skyrealm is now officially in closed beta status and one step closer to launch

Back in the earlier part of 2016 we began covering a game in development called Heroes of Skyrealm by Mechanist Games. This game, for those of you who missed our previous coverage, is a team-based Action-RPG title with some very solid 3D visuals and plenty of content for players to work their way through.

Players will be taking the role of the main character, who is the leader of a rebellious band of heroes, that is taking command of a city in the sky. This is actually a vast and upgradeable airship that also serves as the main interface between battles. At its core, the storyline is all about ridding what you think is the evil in your world and restoring peace. You will have companions as well, and these will have their own AI. Teams will consist of up to 3 heroes including yourself, which is for the single-player content anyways. The multiplayer content is a bit different as there happens to be 3-player co-op to try and beat, as well as multiplayer PvP. All of the combat happens in real-time.

There are 10 different nations with a total of 30 characters coming from those nations. This means each character has their own backstory, traits/personalities, skill and so on. Some characters also have a sort of synergy with other ones, so you may find a good combination of characters to use that compliment each other. So there is also a lot of replay value available, not just with the multiplayer features, but also for those of you who like finding out all the back stories and so on for the characters in-game.

The developers have opened up the game for beta testers who are interested in trying the game out ahead of launch and earning some in-game items for when that happens to get a bit of a head start. In order to participate in the beta, you just have to hit up the link below, accept becoming a beta tester, download the game, and away you go. As for the game's official release, no word on that just yet, although it will depend on how well this beta goes. Also, do keep in mind this is a beta, so there may be bugs or device compatibility issues. Beta ends September 9th, 2016.

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AT&T set to release the ultra rugged Kyocera DURAFORCE PRO on Aug. 31st

AT&T set to release the ultra rugged Kyocera DURAFORCE PRO on Aug. 31st
AT&T has a new phone for consumers who need something that can withstand more abuse than your typical user. Think outdoorsy types, construction workers, firefighters and police; the Kyocera DURAFORCE PRO can be preordered on August 31st and is an ultra rugged smartphone that can take a beating. The DURAFORCE PRO comes with an IP68

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A Site That Facebook Made A Top Trending Topic Is A Sketchy Reprint Factory

A Site That Facebook Made A Top Trending Topic Is A Sketchy Reprint Factory

EndingTheFed.com is filled with dubious articles taken from other right-wing websites.

For much of Sunday and into Monday, Fox News host Megyn Kelly was one of the top Trending Topics on Facebook. Her name appeared in the sidebar seen by Facebook users in the United States:

For much of Sunday and into Monday, Fox News host Megyn Kelly was one of the top Trending Topics on Facebook. Her name appeared in the sidebar seen by Facebook users in the United States:

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If you hovered your mouse over her name, up popped a story claiming that Kelly had been "kicked out" of Fox News "for backing Hillary." The story was from a site called EndingTheFed.com — and it's false.

If you hovered your mouse over her name, up popped a story claiming that Kelly had been "kicked out" of Fox News "for backing Hillary." The story was from a site called EndingTheFed.com — and it's false.

EndingTheFed.com was anonymously registered by its current owner in March of this year. The site has grown quickly thanks to a strategy of publishing aggressively pro-Trump, right wing stories. Even more notable is that the majority of its recent stories are simply taken word-for-word from other right-wing sites.

That means Facebook, the largest social network on the planet, actively promoted a fake story from a website that basically exists to republish other, often dubious, posts from fringe sites on the conservative web.

It's unclear whether Ending The Fed has permission to republish content from other sites, or if it's committing mass plagiarism. BuzzFeed News contacted the site but has not heard back. Facebook declined to comment on the record about how the story made it to the Trending Topics list.

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Even before Facebook gave it a boost, Ending The Fed was getting big hits on the social network. The site's top five stories have together racked up over 1.2 million likes, shares, and comments since May:

Even before Facebook gave it a boost, Ending The Fed was getting big hits on the social network. The site's top five stories have together racked up over 1.2 million likes, shares, and comments since May:

The top story is a word-for-word reprint of this story, while the (partially false, partially true) claim about Obama cutting military pay is taken from here.

It's unclear whether Ending The Fed's success on Facebook in recent months caused it to be selected as the top story for the Megyn Kelly Trending Topic. On Friday, Facebook announced it was no longer using humans to write the summaries that accompany Trending Topics, though human engineers would be reviewing the topics selected by the algorithm.

Facebook previously announced measures to try and reduce the spread of fake news on its platform, but a BuzzFeed News report found that false stories continue to receive strong engagement.

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Ending The Fed often republishes false stories. The same day it ran the Kelly story it also incorrectly reported that NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick had converted to Islam:

Ending The Fed often republishes false stories. The same day it ran the Kelly story it also incorrectly reported that NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick had converted to Islam:

Ending The Fed's story was a word-for-word repost of this from Clash Daily, which claimed Kaepernick had converted. That post was based on a claim from a sports gossip website, which cited anonymous "people close to the player" who said Kepernick is going to become Muslim.

Kaepernick recently attracted criticism after he refused to stand for the national anthem before a football game; he has said nothing about converting to Islam.

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Inside Glossier, The Beauty Startup That Reached Cult Status By Selling Less

Inside Glossier, The Beauty Startup That Reached Cult Status By Selling Less

This summer, I paid $22 to make my face look like a freshly glazed doughnut.

For weeks, Glossier, an online-only beauty startup with a fanatical following, had been hyping a face highlighter called Haloscope by referencing Krispy Kreme’s straight-out-of-the-oven look (“warm on the inside, a little wet and sculpted on the outside”) in its ad copy. How had I never noticed that Original Glazed has a come-hither glow?

The desired effect is less glistening carb than Karlie Kloss on her way to barre class — i.e., someone more likely to Snapchat fried food than to eat it — but the analogy was endearing nonetheless. Twenty days after Haloscope was released, Quartz, the pearlescent pink shade, sold out. That’s nothing compared to the waitlist for Boy Brow, Glossier’s eyebrow pomade, which famously climbed up to 10,000. Before restocking last month, Glossier had 60,000 names on waitlists for its nine skin care and makeup products, which the company releases in limited collections every few months.

In the two years since Glossier launched, it has hired 44 employees (many of whom double as models) and raised $10.4 million in venture capital financing over a seed and series A round. Revenue, meanwhile, is on track to grow 600% in 2016, and the company expects to grow several hundred percent next year as well. Fashion and beauty blogs now cover the company’s font choice, packaging, product launches, and inevitable product sellouts like Apple fanboys awaiting WWDC. More than 267,000 people follow the brand on Instagram. Its signature washed-out pink has become so iconic that fans use the hashtag #glossierpink when they see the color in the wild: on a surfboard, a San Francisco Victorian, a mural in India, “aura crystals,” a rosy cocktail at a rooftop bar in Chelsea. According to Emily Weiss, Glossier’s 31-year-old founder, most customers come from word-of-mouth and fall into the enviable 18-to-35 age bracket. Glossier has fans in Kloss (whose Instagram selfie sporting a branded sweatshirt got 27,000 likes) and in Eva Chen, former editor-in-chief of Lucky and current head of fashion partnerships at Instagram (who calls the brand “phenomenal”), and, probably, in the most effortlessly luminous young woman in your office, group text, or Twitter feed.

The brand quickly ascended to cult status through a curious alchemy of market research, calculated intimacy, and the ineffable coolness of its founder, figurehead, and often model, Weiss. A magnetic former fashion assistant at W and Vogue, she had a brief but memorable stint on The Hills as an uptight “super intern,” flown in from New York as a foil to Lauren Conrad’s West Coast casual work ethic. While she was still at Vogue masthead, Weiss started the beauty and fashion blog Into the Gloss, known for a column called "The Top Shelf," which features interviews with up-and-coming It girls, revered magazine editors, future street-style muses, models, entrepreneurs, and the occasional heiress, some of whom spilled the secrets of their beauty routines while Weiss sat on their bathroom floor. Glossier used the community that formed around the blog to create a dossier (hence the name) of skin care and makeup for consumers to build out their own top shelves.

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“It was never a pivot,” Weiss told me during a recent visit to her office in lower Manhattan. The move from Into the Gloss to Glossier, she explained, was “a total evolution of the same mission, but with tactile content.”

Sure, but not every blogger’s move toward "tactile content" could be so seamless. In order to make her pitch to the masses, Weiss has had to reposition herself not as the super intern who knows the makeup secrets of the stars, but as your best friend or benevolent big sister. In her letter introducing the company, Weiss said she wanted to welcome everyone. “Snobby isn’t cool, happy is cool,” she wrote. Part of the thrill of being a Glossier girl is the proximity to Weiss, her model-employee workforce, and her company’s hella ’grammable Soho headquarters. She is one of a cohort of aspirational founders of women-centric startups in New York City — including her good friends Leandra Medine of Man Repeller and Sophia Amoruso of Nasty Gal. Sitting in a glass-walled conference room wearing a pair of vintage white Levi’s that she picked up on her honeymoon to Tokyo, she resembles a Nancy Meyers version of a millennial girlboss: beautiful but not too intimidating, appreciably ambitious but almost always smiling, neurotic — but in a charming way. After sitting down to our interview, Weiss got up immediately to straighten a rack of postcards behind me. "Sorry," she said, "it’s going to drive me crazy if it’s crooked."

Part of the thrill of being a Glossier girl is the proximity to Weiss, her model/ employee workforce, and her company’s hella ’grammable Soho headquarters.

Glossier’s office looks like its Instagram account come to life. The white walls are covered in ethereal mood boards in dreamy pastels. Wooden chairs are outfitted in chic fur shrugs. Floor-to-ceiling arched windows look out safely at the cityscape below. The lacquered conference table is long, lean, and high-gloss. And on every floor, employees radiate good health and subtle highlighter. This is the kind of office where an administrative coordinator or front-end engineer can, and does, double as a model for the company’s Instagram account, FaceTime tutorials, and Facebook Live videos. On YouTube, Glossier hosts a feature called “Get Ready With Me,” where the person (often a Glossier employee) walks the viewer through their morning routine.

On a recent summer day, the office was buoyant over big news: The company had just restocked its lipsticks and concealers, which combined had a waitlist 30,000 would-be customers long. They celebrated for a few minutes with cupcakes covered in stiff pink frosting with miniature replicas of the sleek Generation G tubes on top, as well as breakfast parfait cups and foil-wrapped breakfast sandwiches. The cupcakes got Instagrammed, but not the sandwiches. Perfect for a Snapchat story, one employee told another as they walked away from the table, fancy cupcakes untouched.

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To understand what makes Glossier popular, start with its sales pitch. The line promises a barely there, lit-from-within effect that plays up features instead of masking flaws, though of course this works better when your “flaw” is a cute scar, winsome snaggletooth, or freckles — not cystic acne, purple under-eye bags, or a hirsute chin. Words like “imperceptible” and “sheer” pepper the site’s ad copy, and aside from its lipsticks, a newer addition, Glossier’s products aren’t really meant to be noticed at all.

“We always err on a light touch versus a heavy touch,” Weiss explained, meaning “there’s never going to be some kind of explosion: ‘Oh my god, I’ve overdone it! There’s too much product — I have to wipe some off.’”

Haloscope definitely can’t be overdone, I told Weiss — believe me, I'd tried. “It’s hard!” she replied, smiling. “It’s so subtle. If anything, the criticism would be that our products are too subtle than too intense. But I think that’s so important to be able to build. So few of us are makeup artists. We want the products to be universally flattering, to be very intuitive, very easy.” None of the products require brushes; it’s all designed to be slapped on in the back of the cab. “Glossier is makeup for the truly lazy” was The Frisky’s assessment, but make no mistake — laziness in this case means studied effortlessness, not puffy and greasy-haired, six hours deep into a Netflix binge still caked with the remnants of last night’s mascara.

The look is “trying hard but not trying to look like you’re trying hard,” said Munachi Ikedionwu, a blogger and Vanderbilt University premed student. Palm trees and hollowed-out coconuts are a recurring motif on Glossier’s posters and stickers, which come free with every order. Packages arrive in a brown box with that baby-pink interior, plastered with slogans like “SKIN FIRST. MAKEUP SECOND. SMILE ALWAYS” and “SKINCARE IS ESSENTIAL. MAKEUP IS A CHOICE. (MAKE GOOD CHOICES).” Inside it, the makeup itself comes in a bag made of pink bubble wrap that doubles as a clutch so cute the company sells them à la carte, three for $12.

If the references are familiar to you, it feels whimsical as fuck.

Website copy is just arch enough not to sound too 13 Going on 30: “The lip-smacking, 11-year-old in you is freaking out right now,” declares the description for Generation G; Boy Brow’s implores you to “Brush your teeth, brush your brows, and then maybe brush your hair.” Packaging channels the hopeful futurism of the ’80s (“as opposed to the the whole ’90s heroin-chic thing,” executive editor Annie Kreighbaum said, “which is not so cool for us”). To hype Haloscope, Glossier flooded its Instagram with pics of a shimmering tulle skirt cascading down a runway, a flaxen-coated horse on a beach, and of course, doughnuts. If the references are familiar to you, it feels whimsical as fuck. A teenage daydream, elevated and commoditized. A series of coded signals for a certain kind of girl.

“The people seeing Sofia Coppola movies, they’re also buying Glossier,” said Natalie Guevara, a 29-year-old who works in communications for the Brooklyn-based startup Genius. “It’s very much taking the Coppola aesthetic — the dusky pink and supple skin — and making it something tangible that you can buy.”

It’s a far cry from the heavy colors and oozing lipstick logo for Kylie Cosmetics(™) or even Milk Makeup, which goes by the slogan “cool girls get ready quick,” and traffics in high-pigment, high-shine products that offer effects like “an iridescent, hyper-lavender sheen” or “super-intense color in one swipe.” Glossier never explicitly says whether these are the bad makeup choices it warned you against, but its aesthetic is subdued and refined, more Connecticut (where Weiss grew up) than Calabasas. Glossier girls probably keep up with the Kardashians, but they don’t want to look like them.

The products themselves tend to be hit-or-miss. Glossier's concealer feels impossibly light and looks incredibly natural, even if it settles into fine lines. Milky Jelly is a space-age treat, but doesn’t remove my mascara. I’m not entirely sure Haloscope is visible on me, but when I put the products on in the morning I feel destined for a compliment. Surely all this radiance will turn some heads.

At any rate, the Coppola comparison is real: Weiss gave the director one of her lipsticks and then Instagrammed a handwritten thank-you note. Coppola loved the shade Crush.

@Glossier / Instagram / Via instagram.com

Glossier typically gets lumped in as a startup because it “launched” on Instagram, but that was just a savvy promotion strategy. People had to leave the app to buy the goods, and the company still had to set up a website, buy dynamic online ads, and advertise in the subway just like every other e-commerce hopeful. Glossier’s real innovation was optimizing for the internet at every step: using the tools of the social web to turn readers into followers and followers into brand evangelists, unpaid product advisers, and, maybe, something like a community, albeit one that buys things from you.

“We really want to listen very closely to our audience across all our channels,” Weiss told me. That means talking to customers through FaceTime videos and Instagram comments, and using Into the Gloss’s robust commentariat as an updated take on a focus group: The formula for Milky Jelly Cleanser, a nonfoaming, ultralight face wash, came largely out of a post titled “What’s Your Dream Cleanser?” in which Weiss encouraged readers to answer that question, “anecdotes/paragraphs/love stories encouraged.” “We will do our best to compile what you tell us into one helluva Glossier cleanser,” Weiss wrote; 382 comments and almost a year later, Milky Jelly was released.

Glossier girls probably keep up with the Kardashians, but they don’t want to look like them.

Power users are invited to sign up for a special, confidential Slack group. New York–area ones are invited to the Glossier penthouse for “a night of mystery product testing, pizza, rosé, and g.IRL talk with other members of the Glossier community and CEO and Founder Emily Weiss!” If in 2016 brands are your friend, Glossier wants to be your BFF. (Or at least talk like her.) The nondisclosure agreement doesn’t come until later.

“Copy plays a huge part,” explained Kreighbaum. It’s important to be “personable and down-to-earth. You can have 'real girls,' but if you’re not being casual with your language, it gets lost.”

Kreighbaum became a social media star in her own right after her lush, unrepentant eyebrows were featured prominently in campaigns for Glossier’s Boy Brow product. “Maybe my eyebrows are more famous than I am? I hear they do well on our paid ads,” she told me. She was a beauty blogger before Weiss recruited her through a Twitter DM. “I think they thought I was funny. A lot of beauty writing didn’t have as much personality,” said Kreighbaum. “It kind of comes naturally to me to overshare.”

Indeed, there’s something intimate and cliquish, almost conspiratorial, about the brand. “You’re part of this crowd and you don’t want to stray from it too much,” said Claire Carusillo, a 24-year-old beauty blogger who puts out a charmingly unhinged newsletter called My Second or Third Skin. In other words, even if Balm Dotcom, Glossier’s petroleum-based salve, is essentially nice-smelling Vaseline, pulling a tube out on the subway still feels good. “When you get really hyped about something, you kind of lie to yourself,” Carusillo told me. “Like, 'This is the stuff!’” Perhaps tellingly, Glossier sells nine beauty products and four items of merch, including an enamel pin in the shape of the company’s signature gothic “G” ($14) and the very sweatshirt Kloss took viral ($60).

“Ordinarily, I just buy stuff off of Amazon and the drugstore,” said Guevara, the Coppola fan. “In many ways, Glossier is one of the first brands that I’ve subscribed to. When Boy Brow runs out, I order more.”

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Build to your heart's content in Construction City 2, now available for download

Build to your heart's content in Construction City 2, now available for download

Released by HeavyFall Studio, Construction City 2 is the latest addition to their construction themed franchise. In this game, players will be given a variety of construction themed tasked, such as unloading cargo or clearing debris. There's a wide variety of heavy machinery that players will be using for all of their construction.

This ranges from pick-up trucks to front loaders, backhoes, fire trucks, cranes, and more. These vehicles will be controlled with on-screen buttons that change depending on the task. There might only be a directional pad at first, for steering a truck. As the objectives and/or vehicles change so do the controls, and the combinations of vehicles that players will need to coordinate, such as controlling the backhoe to fill the dump truck, which in turn dumps out the stone that needs to be crushed with the roller, and so on. All told, the game includes 120 levels spread out over five different areas.

Construction City 2 Features:

• 5 thematic worlds
• 120 levels with weekly updates!
• 25 fully controllable construction vehicles - telescopic crane, excavator, bulldozer, tractor, trailer trucks tower crane tipper, trailer trucks, helicopter, loader and even more!
• build bridges and buildings
• realistic construction sounds
• realistic physics

Construction City 2 is available for free from Google Play. The game does contain ads, both in the upper corner of the game, as well as serving them in an interstitial format. So if you're not into seeing ads on a fairly regular basis, you may want to keep this in mind when downloading this game.



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Fight back against invading zombie armies in Puzzle and Zombie - Arena, now out on Google Play

Released by Crab Soft, Puzzle And Zombie - Arena is a new hybrid match three game with a zombie apocalypse theme. Players will be looking to rescue survivors that are under threat of the zombie masses. Players will travel from one location to the next, and will fight against waves of zombies. The match three portion of the game is filled with a variety of items that either heal your party, or fire weapons (with a heavy emphasis on the latter).

For example, there are icons for pistols, rifles, chain guns, sniper scopes, and first aid. matching at least three of any one kind will activate the appropriate weapon (or health), with higher number of matches causing weapons to fire more rounds. Matching multiple sets will trigger the appropriate weapons, as well as stacking matches one after the other. Players will need to manage the amount of damage taken, either by party members or weapons, taking too much on a gun causes it to malfunction/shut down. Should all party members get damaged down to zero health, the game is over and players will need to try and continue from there.

Puzzle And Zombie Features:

- Match the three puzzles to attack the zombies! Or heal!
- Horizontal, vertical, new ways to move a line
- Various characters and skills! It can be combined with various characters with passive, active, and 'passive block' skills
- The first attempt at network turn-based puzzle War Arena! Challenge to the highest score in the Arena and get the Arena Box.
- Special maps that going to Busan! Save So-Hee, Ryu, Dong-Suk in Special map.

Different characters can be acquired throughout the game, with each having unique skills. At the end of each wave (with a wave at each location on the map), players will need to face off against a boss. Once a boss is defeated, players are awarded prizes, such as upgrades to their weapons. The combat is formatted in a turn based, classic final fantasy style, so players familiar with that genre should understand what's happening quite easily. Lastly, players can take on other players, in the Arena.

Puzzle and Zombie - Arena is available for free from Google Play, and it contains both ads as well as IAPs. Players can watch the combat in action, in the trailer below.



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Monday’s best tech deals and discount codes: All about Android Wear

Monday’s best tech deals and discount codes: All about Android Wear
Happy Monday! I’m sure there are many of you who sent your kids off to school today. Summer is officially over. Android Wear devices are on sale again with Huawei leading the way with its Huawei Watch. It’s one of the best Android Wear devices you can get and it’s one of the few watches

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Minecraft: Pocket Edition gets 2 new bosses and more with new beta update

Minecraft: Pocket Edition gets 2 new bosses and more with new beta update

Many of you out there signed up for the beta program for Minecraft: Pocket Edition when it first started. If you are signed up, you will always have access to the current beta for of MCPE and today there is a new update out for the beta version called the Boss Update. Guess what comes with this update? A couple of new bosses!

This update, which is actually for both the Pocket Edition and PC versions of Minecraft, brings with it a couple of new bosses for players to try and defeat. In total there are actually 3 boss fights in Survival in Minecraft, and this update brings 2 of those to the beta users of MCPE. Along with the bosses comes the places that they reside in ended up being discoverable as well.

The first boss fight will be found in Ocean Monuments, where Guardians will be guarding the goodies found inside of them. While you will have to deal with the regular Guardians (there's a few in each Ocean Monument), the boss will be the Elder Guardian. They are not easy to beat, especially since you'll be underwater more than likely. The other is the Wither which, if you're not familiar with this, is a powerful, floating, three-headed mob. Unlike the Elder Guardian, the Wither needs to be summoned and once you defeat him, you'll receive the very rare Nether Star.


The Wither

With the addition of these two new bosses also comes new blocks related to them, including Beacons, which use Nether Stars to get crafted Sponges (dry and wet), sea lanterns, and build with prismarine blocks of which there are 3 types. The update also added 20 new Slash commands which can do a variety of things such as allow you to make quick changes to the game without utilizing a menu, give other players things from your inventory, summon a mob at your will, change the time of day or weather, swap back and forth between survival and creative modes and more.

This update is now available for download off of Google Play for all Minecraft: Pocket Edition Beta users. When the update officially arrives later this Fall, it will be available for all versions of Minecraft that do not have the bosses including the VR versions.



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Verizon data speeds now twice as fast for most of the US

Verizon data speeds now twice as fast for most of the US
Verizon customers should be on the lookout for faster data speeds, according to the wireless service provider. Today finds Verizon announcing that some 460+ markets are getting LTE Advanced coverage to the tune of 50% faster data connections. Indeed, roughly 288 million POPs, or approximately 90% of the US, are able to take advantage of

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Duke Nukem 3D: Hail to the King collection will no longer be happening

Duke Nukem 3D: Hail to the King collection will no longer be happening

Back in early 2015 we learned that there would be a collection of games heading to Android in the near future called Duke Nukem 3D: Hail to the King Collection which was being developed by Voidpoint. Since the initial story we followed the development of said collection of games, including having a great interview with Richard "TerminX" Gobeille of Voidpoint. However, now we have some bad news to report, which is this collection of games has now been canceled.

In case you missed all of this, Voidpoint acquired commercial rights to the original 1996 PC game Duke Nukem 3D, the expansions 'Duke It Out in D.C,' Duke Caribbean: Life's a Beach,' 'Duke: Nuclear Winter' as well as the N64's original Duke Nukem 64 and PlayStation's original Duke Nukem: Total Meltdown from 1997. This is what was going to be in the collection the company had planned on releasing. All of this would run on a new engine the company was developing, called EDuke32, and some of the games would be released shortly after the initial launch of the collection.

A few months after all of this came to light, including our interview, everything got kind of quiet about the collection's development. This isn't unusual though and actually tends to happen quite a lot, especially when developers focus on the game's development and not hyping it up. However, it seems that this wasn't the case actually and that Voidpoint has essentially 'canceled' the collection. By cancel they mean that the collection won't be happening in the way that was originally intended.

Long story short, basically when the CEO of Voidpoint went to Gearbox/3D Realms about the IPs for the above mentioned games, getting them transferred to Voidpoint, things went sour fast. According to Android Police who got in touch with Voidpoint, this is what happened:

When the contract was created, the representative from 3D Realms had the legal authority to authorize the license for Duke Nukem. However when Mr. Gobeille and the representative signed the contracts, he no longer had the authority to do so. While clerical errors like this happen often when it comes to licensing IPs, it usually isn't an issue. In a normal transfer the new owner of the company can validate the representative’s signature and all is usually fine. This is for a normal transfer of IPs though, which this wasn't because 3D Realms was going to Interceptor, while the Duke Nukem IP was going to Gearbox. Therefore, these contracts were rendered voidable under U.S. contract law, but at a very basic level a contract is rendered voidable if one party is bound to it while the unbound party has the legal ability to choose to oppose it. Gearbox decided to use their rights and opted to oppose this.

So basically this means the collection is dead in the water, at least for right now. This doesn't mean that the story is over for the Hail to the King collection though, it is more of a temporary pause that could turn permanent. Voidpoint was apparently pretty much done with the collect and was gearing up for release when all of this went down. They were polishing it up for release. This doesn't mean that a new agreement isn't possible and that we could still see the collection arrive, but that may take a while to happen.

Website Referenced: Android Police



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