Text of FCC ‘Proposal to Restore Internet Freedom’ released, eradicates net neutrality rules

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As promised, the U.S. Federal Communcations Commission has released the full text of the "Proposal to Restore Internet Freedom" which completely removes restrictions on throttling or prioritizing content, and explicitly allows paid prioritization of content.
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Play Catan online and cross-platform with USM’s recently released Catan Universe

Catan Universe is United Soft Media’s newest version of Catan and not only is it finally a multiplayer focused release on Android, but it can also be played against your friends and family no matter the platform they want to play on. That’s right, whether you have purchased the game on PC, macOS, iOS, or Android you can enjoy an online multiplayer round of Catan.

Despite the slight shift in the name (“Catan Universe” instead of simply “Catan”), you can expect all of the original board game rules in this release.

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‘Animal Crossing Pocket Camp’ Will be Released on November 22nd

While Animal Crossing Pocket Camp has been soft launched for a while now, when the rest of the world get to play the game had been up for debate. We’ve talked a lot on our podcast that there’s no way that Nintendo would miss the potential real-world spread of the game between family members over the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday weekend, and sure enough, that’s what’s happening. The game will be released globally on November 22nd.

This is potentially great news for anyone looking for something to play on their phone while the rest of your family argues about politics or whatever else! We’ve been having a good time with the soft launched version, and I’m really anxious to see how Nintendo eventually expands the game over time.

Stay tuned for way more Animal Crossing news this week!

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One of gaming’s musical maestros just released his first solo album

Hirokazu Tanaka has a history most game composers can only dream of. As a young sound designer working at Nintendo in the 1980s, he crafted the soundtracks to classics like Metroid, Earthbound, Dr. Mario, and Tetris. Later on, he would write songs for the original Pokémon anime. Now, a few decades later, he’s releasing his first proper solo album, a collection called Django that fuses chiptunes with techno and reggae.

Tanaka — who is releasing the album under his stage name “Chip Tanaka” — describes the new collection as “the culmination of my harder side, the kind of game music you hear in EarthBoundʼs battle tracks.” The 13 songs jump around from genre to genre. The opening track, “Ringing Dub,” starts out as a thumping electronic…

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Snapbreak has released ‘Faraway 2: Jungle Escape,’ and it improves on the original in every way

Snapbreak has been putting out some quality puzzle-filled escape games in the last year, with Faraway: Puzzle Escape clearly being their most notable and successful release. Well, it would appear that we now have a sequel available on the Play Store titled Faraway 2: Jungle Escape, and it takes everything from the original and improves it. This means you can expect a more interesting story, better puzzle mechanics, and of course some wonderfully understated yet breathtaking graphics.

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