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Styx: Master of Shadows is now available on Xbox One for $29.99. In the game you play as Styx a goblin who is determined to infiltrate the Tower of Akenash in order to steal the heart of the World Tree relying on combat. Styx: Master of Shadows offers about 15 hours of pure stealth game play such as hiding in shadows, sneaking up on enemies, and causing distractions.

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Calculator Toolbox is a feature rich Windows Phone calculator app that includes forty-two calculators that includes a tip calculator, a discount calculator, a debt to income calculator, mortgage calculators and more.

The app was updated earlier today to version 2.3 to add a currency converter with offline as well as online modes. To save on data, you can update the exchange rates and perform your conversions offline. The date of the last update for the rates will be displayed on the currency converter calculator.

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Microsoft has released an interactive teaching and learning tool called OneNote Class Notebook Creator, which works in a similar way to OneNote allowing students and teachers to type, ink, and save clippings to their notebooks. Where OneNote Class Notebook Creator shines is that it creates a collaborative teaching and learning environment where the teacher could set up a notebook for each student in the class and monitor learning and engagement of each student through their notebooks, distribute digital handouts to all students, and setup a space for students to collaborate.

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Duet from TMSALOFT is a frustratingly challenging Windows Phone game where you have to guide a pair of rotating orbs around various objects as they fall from the top of the screen.

While it's not the official version of the game (which isn't available for Windows Phone), it is still a fun time waster of a game. Duet is also the myAppFree deal of the week.

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Over the weekend, an article appeared on Digital Trends entitled "Microsoft needs to stop starting over with Windows Phone". The commentary in question put forth the idea that Microsoft is rebooting Windows Phone a third time with Windows 10 in 2015 and that this is an issue. The odd reasons cited for this being a problem span from the OS being inconsistent to "driving app developers and users crazy".

The Digital Trends article is flawed in many ways, but I believe this is, once again, a perception issue that is probably not uncommon in tech media, especially ones that do not live and breathe Microsoft news. For that reason, I would like to articulate a more accurate position on the changes Microsoft has gone through in the last few years.

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Remember reading those "Choose Your Own Adventure" books when you were a kid, where at some points in the story you had to decide whether to follow the plot in one direction or another? Well, that's just what Microsoft has come up with in a new feature story designed to promote their newly released game creation tool Project Spark for the Xbox One and Windows 8.1 platforms.

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Riptide GP2 for Windows Phone has been delayed for a November release, meaning those who are eagerly awaiting the action-packed title will have to play through the Windows 8 version for the time being. Previously slated for an early October release, the official Venture Unit Twitter account responded to a fan querying about the launch date of Riptide GP2, noting the alteration.

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