1、<p>We know you're excited about Niantic's Harry Potter: Wizards Unite AR game, but that's not all Portkey Games is involved with. The story-driven RPG Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is on the cards too, and it sounds pretty exciting.</p><p>If you're still upset your Hogwarts letter got lost in the post, Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery lets you live out a whole new sort of adventure. After making your own character, you can progress through the seven years of Hogwarts, participating in all magical classes and activities. Yes, that includes Defence Against the Dark Arts and Dueling.</p><p>"What an honor it is for Jam City to develop a mobile game for one of the largest and most iconic brands in history," said Chris DeWolfe, co-founder and CEO of Jam City. "As Harry Potter fanatics ourselves, we have great respect for the millions of people throughout the world who have followed the Harry Potter stories for more than 20 years. This game is a labor of love for our developers and artists, who are dedicated to creating the most magical entertainment and game play experience for everyone who adores J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World."</p><p>There's no specific release date for it yet, but we know it'll be coming to iOS and Android next year. You can find out more details on the game's official website.</p>
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3、<p>Mighty Bear Games, the developer of the popular Apple Arcade title Butter Royale, has once again shared some details with us about the content that will be making its way into the game during November, December and a little bit beyond that.</p><p>Heading into the cutesy battle royale either towards the end of November or the start of December will be a brand new power-up. This will be called Squid Ink and when used will coat the surrounding players' screens with ink, severely impairing their vision for a moment. It will wear off over time but it gives you plenty of opportunities to blast them with your NOMs.</p><p>The team are also set to introduce a couple of new bonus systems to Butter Royale. The first is the 7-day Bonus which will make it easier to unlock skins, flags and trails. This won't need to be seven consecutive days either, it will remember how many days progress you've made regardless of when you last played. The second of these new bonuses will be the Free Daily Prize. As you've probably already guessed, this will net you a free item each day from the Prize Shop.</p><p>Later in the year, to celebrate Christmas and winter in general, Candy Cane Season will commence from 11 December and run until 21st January. This will introduce four new skins which will include the following:</p>Bro-barianFridge DwellerPrincess Penelo-peaPatch the pink-nosed reindeer<p>That's still quite a way off yet at the moment though and there will be plenty of time-limited game events to enjoy throughout November, offering extra XP and tickets. The events will include the following:</p>14th - 15th – Duos18th – Sniparmesan Creamout21st - 22nd – Night of the Living Bread25th - 26th – The Floor is Butter28th - 29th – An event that will be chosen by players<p>Butter Royale is available now over on Apple Arcade, a subscription service that costs $4.99 per month. For more information on other games that are available in its extensive library, check out our dedicated hub page.</p>Head to the PocketGamer LaunchPad hub to find all of our exclusive announcements from our three-day event
4、<p>Details are quite scarce right now but Ourpalm, maker of the Hungry Shark series, is working with Ubisoft again on something much bigger: a mobile MMO set in the Assassin's Creed universe.</p><p>There's no screenshots or details about the project's gameplay but it's hard not to imagine hundreds or thousands of players jumping from huge towers into carefully-placed haystacks at the same time. Whether this will be the case or not will have to wait.</p><p>The biggest issue being that the game is developed with China in mind, a market that loves MMO. Whether this will see a worldwide release or not depends on Ubisoft.</p><p>What would you want to see in an MMO set in AC's universe?</p><p>[Source]</p>That shall prefer and undertake my troth."
1、<p>Green Boy Games, an indie retro games studio, is launching a Kickstarter campaign for a new fantasy Game Boy adventure called The Shapeshifter next week on 18th January.</p><p>It puts you into the shoes of Elliot, an ordinary person on a weekend trip to the mountains, who meets an elf that grants him the power of becoming any animal he touches. This is part of the regular gameplay loop, where touching animals will allow you to transform into them to allow you to save the world.</p>
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3、<p>Late last week, the official Rooster Teeth Twitter account confirmed that the popular YouTube channel's RWBY series would be crossing over with the acclaimed RPG Knights Chronicle.</p><p>Starting tomorrow, July 11th, fan-favourite RWBY characters such as Ruby Rose, Weiss Schnee, Blake Belladonna, and Yang Xiao Long will make their grand entrance to the world of Knights Chronicle. I'm sure it's going to be an exciting event for fans, and it'll be neat to see all the new battle cutscenes for the RWBY characters.<p>Team #RWBY is coming to Knights Chronicle on July 11! pic.twitter.com/aUAGCna9WX— Rooster Teeth (@RoosterTeeth) July 5, 2019For RWBY fans who might be unfamiliar with the game, Knights Chronicle is a mobile RPG where you embark on a journey to the gorgeous, though deadly, planet Garniel. It's a hero collector with over 160 unique characters to recruit and utilise in intense battle. Every new recruit comes with their own special skills and talents, so there’s plenty of scope to be creative when leading your crew to victory.</p><p>And for players of the game who haven't yet checked out the show, RWBY is an online animated series starring a bunch of magic-using teens, called "Hunters" and "Huntresses", whose job it is to protect their world from monsters known as Grimm. Its first season aired all the way back in 2013, so it's been popular for a fair while.</p>