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<p>Back in May Pokemon Masters EX introduced a new type of event to the game called Blissful Bonanza. Today this has returned for a limited-time with different rewards up for grabs. It's set to run from today until December 1st.</p><p>Each day you will be able to challenge a bunch of trainers using Blissey to a battle. Beating them will net you a mixture of tickets that come in three variants, Happy, Joy and Bliss. These can then be exchanged for various items such as 5-Star Scout Tickets, Lucky Scrolls and Lucky Cookies.<p>Blissful Bonanza is now live!Get tickets from event battles that you can attempt once per day, and exchange them for items such as 5?-Guaranteed Scout Tickets!You can get up to 1,000 gems as a first-time reward for completing all battles!Details: https://t.co/lI3keglMco pic.twitter.com/THVXXds4aA— Pokémon Masters EX (@PokemonMasters) November 23, 2020On day five of the event, there will be a special battle where Happiny and Chansey will feature. Beating this challenge will net you 15 Happy Tickets, 10 Joy Tickets and 5 Bliss Tickets. Each battle throughout the event will give you Gems, with a total of 1000 up for grabs.</p><p>There will also be a series of Missions to complete throughout the event too that will earn you differing levels of Crispy, Creamy and Crunchy Level Cookies. Meanwhile, a new log-in bonus has started that will net you a mixture of Skip Tickets and Gems until December 3rd.</p>Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity review - "A breathless and wild button-masher"<p>Elsewhere in the world of Pokemon Masters Ex, Chapter 27 has now been added to the game. Additionally, the Battle Villa has opened once again and will be available until 4th December, giving players around a week and a half to beat all of its floors.</p><p>Pokemon Masters EX is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Looking for more excellent RPGs that you can play on the go? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPadHer hair, nor loose nor tied in formal plat,
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<p>The newly released Solo: Islands of the Heart is a game all about love. More specifically, it’s about relationships and what exactly you look for in a partner. Bet you didn’t guess most of that from looking at the cute, low-poly art style, eh? After a year-long wait, it’s finally available for download over on the ol’ Nintendo eShop.</p><p>Despite the heavy subject matter, Solo does an excellent job of easing you into its mix of light puzzling and introspective questioning. You’ll explore lush islands on foot or by boat, meet various animal companions, and answer questions pertaining to your romantic life.</p><p>Hyrule Warriors for 3DS has been inadvertently revealed by Koei Tecmo.</p><p>Seemingly due to be revealed at E3, an unlisted trailer was leaked today confirming a 3DS version of the 2014 Wii U amalgamation of Koei Tecmo's Dynasty Warriors series and Nintendo's Legend of Zelda.</p><p>The trailer also shows that the 3DS version will include Tetra and the King of Red Lions (yes, the boat!) from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. These characters can then be transferred to the Wii U version.</p><p>Details are thin on the ground at this moment in time, but we'll bring you more news as we hear it. Expect more details when E3 kicks off next week.</p>Updated on June 11th, 10:45: The original trailer -from Koei Tecmo's official YouTube channel - is no more, so here's a copy of it, courtesy of Krayg Lock on YouTube:<p>Agent, Run! is an interesting auto-runner that's out right now for iPad and iPhone. Rather than poking the screen to move the secret agent hero, you're tapping and swiping to change the environment.</p><p>You might need to slice down hanging bones to stop dogs from chasing you, drag open doors so you don't smash into them, or swipe hooks to fire out your grapple line to swing over mine fields.</p><p>You're constantly being hounded by moustache-clad goons, so you need to make sure you keep on your toes. There are the obligatory coins to collect, and missions to finish as well.</p><p>It all makes for a surprisingly fast and frantic experience. The different interactions keep things reasonably fresh, and while it is another auto-runner, it's definitely different enough that it's worth a look.</p><p>And it won't cost you anything to have a gander. You can grab Agent, Run! right now from the App Store [download] and the Google Play Store [download].</p>