Arush Entertainment was a video game publisher and developer based in Scottsdale, Arizona, United States. It published interactive entertainment software for personal computers and advanced entertainment consoles. As a division of World Entertainment Broadcasting Corporation (Web Corp.,) Arush published PC and console video games for sale in retail outlets and on the Internet. In 2005, the company was bought by HIP Interactive, who eventually went bankrupt. The assets of Arush and HIP were held by a bankruptcy company. Scott Miller of 3D Realms at the time, attempted to acquire the rights to Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, but was not successful. The current status of Arush's rights are unknown. Source: Wikipedia (en)

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