As always, there’s a lot going on in the mobile gaming world this week, including a few anniversary events and a number of games on the horizon, marching to the Play Store like unstoppable killer bots.
In addition, as if to emphasize the importance of democracy, Google is currently holding its annual User Choice Award. Genshin Impact, Teamfight Tactics, Legends of Runeterra and seven other games are up for one of the highest honors a mobile game can receive, so don’t forget to vote.
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From December 1, when you open the first door on your Advent calendar, the RTS Million Lords ace will receive leagues. Players will be grouped into specific leagues based on their skills, and there will be Bronze, Silver, and Gold levels. The goal for each season will be to reach the top, with rewards available depending on your level.
Someone wants you to transfer your Pokemon from Pokemon Go to Pokemon Home. You can tell because you will receive a Mythic Meimetal Pokémon for it. It would be worth it to do without that extra incentive – taking a Pokémon you found in the park and having it materialize in your Sword and Shield game on Switch is just plain cool.
Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead is barely out of the news these days. After last week’s extended gameplay video on YouTube, we now have a release date – and it’s coming soon. Next week, in fact. Headup Games’ latest mashup, which lets you build structures to escape zombies – or kill them – will be released on the 19th.
Blessing of God KonoSubaL on this wonderful world! Fantastic [error: word limit exceeded].
It’s a joke about how long the title of this game will last. However, don’t let that put you off, because this free-to-play gacha RPG is already a hit in Japan, and it will hit the rest of the world next year. Strange name and all.
Google is soliciting votes for its annual User Choice Awards. There are ten games to choose from, including SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off, Legends of Runeterra, and Teamflight Tactics. It’s a mixed bag, but there are some outstanding contenders including the world conquering Genshin Impact. At the risk of influencing your vote, here’s a trailer.
Although it arrived on Android relatively recently, Brawlhalla is five years old. Ubisoft’s free Smash Bros competitor is fully cross-platform. So we mobile gamers can join in the celebrations. This means a new “Ritzy” skin for Bodvar, a sleek new podium skin, and a daily login bonus of 250 Gold, among other goodies.
Rules of Survival, NetEase’s popular mobile battle royale, celebrates its third anniversary. The inevitable anniversary event will last for three weeks, granting you stuff like a 240 diamond registration bonus and a cruise airship, a treasure hunt, and a limited-time mystery puzzle. ROSversary will be distributed to all participants.
Bubba Watson is a golfer and he has agreed to collaborate with Warner Bros. Games and Playdemic on new content from Golf Clash. There’s a new shiny pink Bubba Ball, which gives you a boost of distance and looks cool, and a new Bubba’s One Shot Challenge event which has to run until the 18th. If you can score a hole in one, you will pocket a Bubba Ball for free.