With the completion of the Winnie The Pooh Honey Tree Trouble event, fans of Gameloft and Disney's park building game, Disney Magic Kingdoms, have been clambering for what is next. After tasking fans with completing a puzzle using pieces found across their social media networks, Gameloft announced that the next set of characters about to descend on the popular title would be from the Lilo and Stitch franchise!
We've received a number of emails and tweets asking us what it means to "send your characters 'home' in Disney Magic Kingdoms." This feature - introduced a while ago now - is actually one that fans of the game have been requesting for a long time. If your park is overrun with characters, and your time is limited, sending your characters 'home' will be a great resource for you!
Although many of the Easter offerings this year are carry overs form last, many players have joined Disney Magic Kingdoms during that span. Over the last number of days, Gameloft has released the Easter update for the game, bringing in new costumes and a new stall for you to plop in your kingdom! Check out new Easter items below, and let us know what you are going to purchase!
With the launch of a new event, there are always new buildings for you to plop into your own Magic Kingdom. Some of these buildings come from doing the various quests attached to the event, while others are premium items that require Gems to purchase. So far, we have access to 4 buildings in the Honey Tree Trouble event: Rabbit's House, Mickey Waffles Concession, Cotton Candy Cart, and the Winnie the Pooh Hat Stand! Check out more info below.
The Winnie the Pooh, Honey Tree Trouble event, just recently began, and not only does that mean a new story to play through, but also new characters to unlock and enjoy. Joining your Magic Kingdom this month are Rabbit, Tigger (premium), Kanga, Winnie the Pooh, Roo, Eeyore, and Piglet. As the event itself hasn't finished, and certain characters are still locked behind progression walls, consider this list of Winnie the Pooh characters to be a work in progress! Let's dive in!
Winnie the Pooh and the gang have descended on Disney Magic Kingdoms, and trouble is brewing around the Honey Tree. Begin the event as Rabbit - and purchase Tigger for 200 Gems if you like - and save Pooh from his Honey Tree, all the while unlocking 100 Acre Wood favorites like Piglet, Kanga, Eeyore, and more! Do you have what it takes to complete the event before time runs out? Read more on it below, and let us know if you are excited to see these loveable friends roaming your Magic Kingdom!
If you have been a lover of casino games, well, you don’t need to go to Vegas anymore! In both the Google Play Store and iOS Store, there are loads of casino games that bring the tables right onto your palms. The only problem that persists is choosing a game that meets your expectations and offers the opportunity for a win, or at least the real excitement of it. In the past month, two new additions to this category of…
If you've never had the chance to play Portal Knights - currently available on Steam, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch - will be landing on the Google App Store and Apple App Store today, and can be purchased for 4.99! Although we haven't jumped into the title yet, we are expecting a full fledged release, with a few tweaks to support touch gaming! Even if you own it on other platforms, why not put it on something you can fit in your pocket? We are really excited for this ...
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9th November, 2017
Are you a Harry Potter fan? If so, then you may be interested in the press release below about the upcoming Harry Potter mobile game from the creators of Pokémon Go!
“TORONTO, ON – November 9, 2017 – Niantic, Inc. and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced the development of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, an augmented reality (AR) mobile game inspired by J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World. Published by Niantic and co-developed by Niantic and Warner Bros. Interactive ...
Late last night, eastern time, Nintendo released a mini Animal Crossing mobile direct aimed at providing fans on update to the previously announced Animal Crossing mobile game. Titled 'Pocket Camp,' this new addition to the Animal Crossing universe will be a free to play adventure where players will flesh out their own camp sites, enticing guests to visit based on their preferences. All of yoru favorite Animal Crossing characters look to make an appearance here, and outside of the ...