An upcoming Pokémon GO Halloween event has been confirmed by the Pokemon Company. Players who take part in the popular mobile game are ready to get some Halloween goodies in the near future. Here is what the company had dos ay regarding the event:
The Halloween season is a special time in Pokémon GO. Plenty of good stuff is coming to the game later this October, and we can’t wait to get out and about to see what sort of excitement we can scare up while catching new Pokémon to fill out our Pokédex. Stay tuned for more details about Pokémon GO’s Halloween event coming soon!
When more details drop, we will let you know!
If you’re still into Pokemon GO, get ready; Entei is now available in the Americas. This outstanding news comes from the official twitter account for the game and we will be out trying to catch him. I need to join a raid community as I have yet to catch a legendary in this mobile title.
Are you still playing Pokemon Go?
With cool autumn nights quickly approaching in the Northern Hemisphere and sunny spring days arriving in the Southern Hemisphere, we thought it would be the perfect time to celebrate the coming equinox with an in-game event. New seasons mean new adventures!
From 1:00 P.M. PDT on September 22 to 1:00 P.M. PDT on October 2, 2017, you’ll have the opportunity to earn double Stardust for catching Pokémon and hatching Eggs as you walk around your neighborhood discovering new sights. While you’re out exploring, be sure to visit your local PokéStops and Gyms to collect special 2 km Eggs that have the opportunity to hatch Pokémon such as Chansey, Mareep, Larvitar, and more. You’ll also be able to get special boxes from the in-game shop that feature items like Lucky Eggs, Lure Modules, and all-new Super Incubators which hatch Eggs 1.5 times quicker!
Registering a new Pokémon to your Pokédex during this limited-time celebration will earn you triple the normal XP. So that makes this a very good time to battle against the Legendary Pokémon originally from the Johto region. Don’t forget that Raikou, Entei, or Suicune will each travel to a new part of the world on September 30, so make sure to battle the Legendary Pokémon currently in your area while you can!
I still play, do you?
Even though I read this as “Luigi” for some odd reason, Lugia Will Be Pokémon GO’s First Legendary! Here is how obtaining Legendary Pokemon will work (check it out below). Read below and let us know if you plan on trying to get this legendary:
As Trainers around the world go out and explore their neighborhoods in search of Pokémon and Raid Battles, they can keep an eye out for unique Legendary Eggs appearing at Gyms. If Trainers and their team are able to successfully defeat a Legendary Raid Boss, they’ll have the opportunity to catch a Legendary Pokémon of their own! While Legendary Pokémon will help them take on the toughest Raid Bosses and Gym Battles, they’re not willing to leave their Trainer’s side, so they can’t be left to defend Gyms.
We all knew that Pokemon GO was popular but 752 million downloads popular? That’s just downright CRAZY! The popular mobile title has reached this tremendous milestone while pulling in over $1.2 billion in revenue. This is outstanding news for the game and has me excited for the future of this series. I think the developers still have a lot to explore with Pokemon Go, so we will have to wait and see what happens in the future.
Are you one of the 752 million people who have downloaded this mega hit?!
Pokémon GO, the gigantic mobile hit, is now being updated to version 0.67.1 for Android and 1.37.1 for iOS users. The major update will include a number of improvements, so read it over below. Here is the breakdown coming from the good people at Niantic:
Pokémon GO is in the process of being updated to version 0.67.1 for Android and 1.37.1 for iOS devices. Below are some release notes and comments from our development team.
Gym features significantly updated to add the all-new motivation system.
Added new Gym Badge feature.
Added in-app and push notification system for Gyms.
Added Raid Battles, a new cooperative gameplay experience.
Added four new items available only by completing Raid Battles.
Added Raids tab to Nearby screen.
Added search functionality to Pokémon collection screen.
Added visual indicator to unvisited PokéStops.
—The Pokémon GO team
I still log in every day to Pokémon GO just to see what Pokémon are out and about… Do you?
Ubisoft has decided to change things up a bit and share with us their new logo for the company. While it’s very close to the last logo, it seems as though they changed things up a little bit. Here is what the company has to say regarding the switch:
The new swirl is an evolution of our existing logo that marks a new era for Ubisoft, one with an increased focus on live and digital games as well as a player-centric approach to creating immersive worlds.
I do have to say that this has grown on me. When I saw it earlier, I wasn’t a huge fan of the thicker lines and the “incomplete circle”… I may be changing my mind however… We will see. How do you like it?
iGaming – interactive gaming – was known for working with tried-and-tested recipes. Both land-based and online gaming venues have an almost standard set of games – slot machines, table games, lottery-type titles – with just a handful of variations on their rules, and most of the times the only difference between them being their look (especially in the case of slot machines) and the eventual bonuses they offer. Sometimes, in turn, a game emerges that has the potential to bring forth major changes in the world of iGaming by introducing fresh elements into the mix, elements that capture the attention of players. One of these games is Castle Builder II, set to be released at the Euro Palace Casino in the second quarter of 2017.
Chance meets “social”
Those who routinely play the best casino games online at Euro Palace know that most slot machines lack the feeling of progression. The only thing to measure their success or failure is their bankroll. Castle Builder II, in turn, doesn’t focus on gathering coins at all – the credits used in the game are but a means to an end: building more castles and finishing the game.
The good guys over at IGN have put together a nice little video showcasing what a Zelda mobile game COULD look like when it comes to mobile devices in the future. I see a lot of nice ideas, so be sure to give the 6 minute video a watch. Nintendo has recently shared that they will be bringing their beloved franchise to mobile platforms in the future.
What kind of Zelda game would YOU want to see?
I like the idea of “Zelda Go” where players could find shrines around the real world and have to collect items smilier to Pokemon Go….