<p>Towards the end of May, The Voxel Agents' revered puzzler The Gardens Between entered open beta for Android devices. It was available globally except for folks in the US. Now, it's fully released – as spotted by an eagle-eyed Reddit user – and so of course, American Android users can finally get the game too.</p><p>The Gardens Between is available as a premium title on Android devices, as well as on iOS though that version launched in May 2019. However, if you also happen to be a subscriber of Google Play Pass, you'll also be able to access the game that way.</p>The destined ill she must herself assay?
'O father, what a hell of witchcraft lies<p>Last year, PC strategy game publisher Kalypso announced that it had formed Kalypso Media Mobile. This was to focus on bringing games to iOS and Android.</p><p>Today, the first of these games called Crowntakers has launched on iOS. It's a strategy-RPG set in a medieval fantasy land in which you race to rescue the king from the evil duke. It was originally launched on PC last year.</p><p>Crowntakers is obviously built for replaying due to its procedurally generated environments. The idea being that you get a varied experience each time you play.</p><p>But this is also tied to Kalypso's goal of creating a challenging experience, too. After all, this is a turn-based RPG played across a hex-based grid. Not knowing what you'll encounter with each turn is part of the fun.</p><p>Fortunately, you are able to hire from nine unique mercenaries to help you out. You'll want to make use of the wizard, archer, and scout's abilities to overcome your foe.</p><p>Speaking of the foe, you can expect the usual roster of knights and bandits around towns and castles. You'll also find feral animals that won't appreciate you trudging through forests and mountains.<p>Pokemon Masters' latest event, Blissful Bonanza, is now underway. It will run from 13th until 31st May and will offer players an opportunity to get themselves some of the rarer items used for training Sync Pairs.</p><p>Once per day, there will be one event battle where players will face off against a team of Blissey, so make sure you've trained up your fighting Pokemon if the event gets tougher as the days go by. Although it's very easy at the moment so it may not matter. Emerging from this fight victorious will earn players one of the following:</p>Happy TicketJoy TicketBliss Ticket<p> </p><p>These tickets can then be exchanged for some of the rarer training items that are available such as Co-op Sync Orbs, Lucky Scrolls and Lucky Cookies. Depending on the ticket you have you will be able to get different items.</p><p>Bliss Tickets are what you'll mostly be hoping for as they can be exchanged for 3-star Cookies, Lucky Scrolls and co-op Sync Orbs. Meanwhile, Joy and Happy Tickets will get you 2-star and 3-star cookies respectively with 3-star Level-Up Manuals also available.</p><p>There is a limit of 10 Lucky Scrolls that can be obtained through exchanging Bliss Tickets during the event but everything else will depend on how many tickets you get. Since you can only do one battle per day - without the use of Replay Tickets - the amount of items obtainable throughout the event is restricted, unlike some previous events.</p><p>Which of these tickets and how many of them you'll get is randomised so you'll have to hope luck is on your side for grabbing some Bliss Tickets. However, the final day of the event will guarantee players 10 of them. There will also be event missions to complete simply for beating the battles a set number of times which will net players a mixture of Cookies, Scrolls and 300 Gems.</p><p>Pokemon Masters is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Enjoy Japanese-made games? Here 25 of the best available for Android<p> </p>
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2. DUMB ENEMY
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