Mobile Gaming Roundup: 03-09 October 2022

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Cookie Run Kingdom Crossover Event Featuring KPop Band BTS

Mobile Gaming News Roundup: Cookie Run Braver Together Crossover Event Featuring KPop Band BTS

As Cookie Run: Kingdom and international music sensation BTS collaborate on the mobile RPG’s “Braver Together” event, Devsisters is stepping up its celebrations. The huge crossover emphasizes themes of diversity, inclusivity, and self-love and incorporates Cookies based on the BTS members into the game.

The voice talent for Cookie Run: Kingdom has gathered to discuss the crossover event in a promotional video. In particular, Dark Choco’s voice actor, Isaac Robinson-Smith, adds, “I love the idea of ‘Braver Together’, as it seems to encapsulate what the fans of Cookie Run are about. My primary impression of the CRK fandom is kindness, imagination, and genuine care for the world and characters. The game amplifies the importance of teamwork, bravery, and creativity when faced with uncertainty. I’ve noticed these values with BTS fans as well.”

LifeAfter Crosses Over With Evangelion And Adds Eva Unit 01 To The Game

Mobile Gaming News Roundup: LifeAfter Evangelion Crossover Event adds Eva Unit 01

LifeAfter, a mobile open-world survival game by NetEase, will soon host a massive crossover event. The LifeAfter x Evangelion crossover, which starts on October 13th, will include the iconic Evangelion Test Type-01.

Players can expect to put their abilities to the test in a limited crossover Stage in LifeAfter’s most recent collaboration, where they’ll have to defeat hordes of the undead with Evangelion Test Type-01 at their side. Over 60 crossover goods are also available to players during the collab event for a short period of time.

Players may also get fresh outfits based on the characters from Evangelion during the brief event. Particularly, through October 27th, the plugsuits of Shinji, Rei, Asuka, Kaworu, and Mari will be on sale. To allow players to fully immerse their Manor in the collaboration, there will also be furniture sets themed after the Evangelion Test Type-01 Unit.

Games Based On SpongeBob And Narcos Are Heading To Netflix Gaming

With the most recent news concerning a relationship with independent mobile studio Tilting Point, Netflix is expanding the number of new games it offers in its gaming area. According to the publisher, SpongeBob: Get Cooking, Narcos: Cartel Wars Unlimited and an additional unnamed game scheduled for release in 2023 will all be accessible on Netflix starting this autumn.

In the cookery game SpongeBob: Get Cooking, which is based on the popular Nickelodeon television program, players travel to Bikini Bottom to prepare meals for well-known characters. Get Cooking is only available to Netflix users and is based on the SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off mobile game now available from Tilting Point.

Dratini Community Day Is Coming To Pokemon Go In November

Dratini Pokemon Go Community Day in November 2022

With the forthcoming Halloween celebration, raid fights, spotlight hours, and more, Pokémon Go enthusiasts already have a lot to look forward to in October. Before we start our scary celebrations, Niantic recently made details about the forthcoming Festival of Lights public. The Evolving Stars event is also happening right now.

Community Days have always been crucial to Pokémon Go as a means of uniting players around a common goal of catching Pokémon. Every month, this event, where all trainers search the streets for that Pokémon, is granted three to six hours. We occasionally have the good fortune to have two Community Day events. And although October only had one with Litwick, November is going to have two.

Between 2:00 and 5:00 p.m. local time on November 4, Niantic will be holding a special Community Day. It’s a Classic game because Dratini, a previous Pokémon, is back. The adorable Dragon Pokémon made a cameo appearance in February 2018, the second Community Day event, and it is now making a comeback more than four years later as it and its Shiny form are increasingly regularly seen in the wild.

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