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<p>Creature Academy has disappeared from the App Store and Google Play two days after an artist claimed the developer unofficially used his IP.</p><p>The artist is Kevin Konrad Hanna and it's his web comic "Creature Academy: The Legacy" that he claims Kabam has used without officially licensing it.</p><p>His comic was started back in 2011 while Kabam didn't launch its monster-catching RPG Creature Academy on iOS and Android until November 20th 2014.</p><p>Hanna compares his web comic to Kabam's game in a comic strip, which reads:</p><p>"Released a couple of years ago, Creature Academy is about a group of kids who attend a magic school, tasked with collecting magic creatures... (griffons, basilisk, leviathan...) after an epic magic event."</p><p>"Released a few months ago, Kabam's Creature Academy is about a group of kids who attend a magic school, tasked with collecting magic creatures... (griffons, basilisk, leviathan...) after an epic magic event."</p><p>Hanna says that he asked Kabam to change the name of its game after it created brand confusion when he spoke to companies about making a movie and game based on his comic.</p><p>Kabam apparently refused to do so, saying that a graphic novel doesn't give him ownership of a name or story.</p><p>When GamePolitics contacted Kabam about the matter, a representative said the following:</p><p>"The author is wrong on the law and the facts. A single work of authorship, which — even if published prior to Kabam’s game — does not provide trademark protection."</p><p>Hanna read this and found it "maddening." He then talked to his lawyer to check this claim out from Kabam. The response was then quoted in an update to Hanna's Tumblr post:</p><p>"Mr. Hanna has extensive use of the CREATURE ACADEMY trademark in areas outside a single comic book," shutting down Kabam's response immediately.</p><p>But then the lawyer quotes a previous court ruling that states "even a single use in trade may sustain trademark rights if followed by continuous commercial utilization."</p><p>So it seems that what Kabam claims is false.</p><p>The lawyer also added that "Mr. Hanna has been consistently using the CREATURE ACADEMY name for over five years. Mr. Hanna is the rightful owner of the CREATURE ACADEMY trademark."</p><p>Hanna's last public statement on his Tumblr was that he wasn't pursuing a legal battle over this. But noted that he reserves the right to change his mind on that matter.</p><p>Since then, as said, Creature Academy has disappeared from the App Store and Google Play. We don't currently know why this is, or if it'll return.</p>GamePolitics<p>It's easy to get lost in all the information that was given to us during Apple Arcade's announcement yesterday. Amongst the flurry of details was that the $4.99 price tag for Apple Arcade included a Family Pass.</p><p>Apple didn't supply many details for what this actually meant, so we're happy to inform you now. Essentially, it will allow up 6 people to have access to Apple Arcade through Apple's existing Family Sharing feature.</p><p>This can already be used to share an Apple Music subscription with your family. However, the major difference here is that a Family Apple Music subscription comes at an increased cost whereas Apple Arcade includes this option at its only price point of $4.99.</p><p>If you're unfamiliar with Family Sharing its essentially a feature that allows you to invite up to 5 members of your family to share iTunes, Apple Books and App Store purchases. This allows you to share purchases with multiple people without having to use the same account.</p><p>If you set up the family group then you will have control over what gets shared, being able to select what the rest of your group can have access to from a menu. Presumably, when Apple Arcade gets released on 19th September it will be added as an option Family Sharing hub that you can simply switch on to let the folks you've chosen to share with access the service.</p><p>If you want to set up Family Sharing before Apple Arcade is available then Apple has created a step by step guide that's easy to follow.</p><p>Apple Arcade will be available from 19th September for $4.99 a month. We've prepared an extensive list of all the games you'll be able to play at some stage on the service if you wanted to see if there's enough to them to tempt you over.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
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<p>Canadian design studio Metatecture has taken to Kickstarter with a headset that uses an iPad mini or iPhone 6+ as the display - and brains - of a virtual reality system.</p><p>The AirVR works much like the Durovis Dive or Google's Cardboard, by strapping a smartphone or tablet directly to your eyeballs by way of a couple of lenses.</p><p>The screen is then split in two to deliver a stereoscopic 3D view, while the device's motion sensing abilities take care of the head tracking functions that plunge you into the exciting world of an alternative reality.</p><p>"Getting started with AirVR is quick and easy," the designer says. "Simply slide your iPad Mini or iPhone 6+ into the AirVR and you’re set. The ergonomic foam pads and adjustable ballistic nylon straps ensure a snug and comfortable fit."</p><p>While headsets such as this aren't up to the scope of dedicated hardware like the Oculus Rift, there's definitely something to be said for their affordability, wirelessness (if there is such a word) and the default inclusion of a camera pass-through.</p><p>Metatecture isn't just 3D printing an iPad head mount, however.</p><p>The iPad mini version will bring unused screen real estate into use via a 'touch strip,' which adds buttons to AirVR-enabled games and apps to make control and adjustment easier for the user.</p><p>It's also put together an open-source SDK that works with Unity, making it quicker and simpler for developers to adapt existing games into virtual reality titles, and create brand new ones from scratch.</p><p>If the AirVR Kickstarter campaign is successful - and given that it's brought in around a fifth of its goal within 24 hours, it seems likely - the headset is expected to go on sale at the beginning of 2015.</p><p>Check it out.</p>
"Yes, indeedy. I shouldn't feel like a bride without one. I remember telling Matthew, that evening when he brought me to Green Gables, that I never expected to be a bride because I was so homely no one would ever want to marry me--unless some foreign missionary did. I had an idea then that foreign missionaries couldn't afford to be finicky in the matter of looks if they wanted a girl to risk her life among cannibals. You should have seen the foreign missionary Priscilla married. He was as handsome and inscrutable as those daydreams we once planned to marry ourselves, Diana; he was the best dressed man I ever met, and he raved over Priscilla's `ethereal, golden beauty.' But of course there are no cannibals in Japan."