<p>There is a lot of news for Pokemon Master this Tuesday morning. There is a new Sync Pair, Solo Event and difficulty level for the Main Story. Alongside this, there will also be new missions and bingo challenges to complete tied to these additions.</p><p>The new Sync Pair will be Clemont & Heliolisk. The duo is a 5-Star Tech Sync pair that seems designed entirely to frustrate opponents, even though they're all AI-controlled. Heliolisk has access to moves that lower the targets speed and accuracy whilst another increases its own speed and evasiveness.</p><p>On top of that, it also has a move that restores its own HP based on the damage dealt to the target. If a debuffing and evasive Pokemon is what you're looking for, you'll have an increased chance of pulling Clemont & Heliolisk in their Spotlight Scout that will run from today until 28th April.</p><p>Beyond that, there's a new type of solo event called 'Flying Types Incoming' that will run until 28th April! This event will task players with collecting Flying Permits in battles so that can take on higher difficulty fights. These tougher battles promise better rewards than those usually found in other areas, awarding players with the likes of Elite Four Notes, Buff Blend + and Tech Tonic +, among others.</p><p>There are four difficulties to overcome, with the number of attempts per day limited unless you use Replay Tickets. As the event name suggests all of the Pokemon will be Flying types, so bring your best Electric Sync Pairs to stand a better chance against them. There will also be 8 missions tied to this event that can earn players additional Gems and Co-op Sync Orbs.</p><p>Finally, a new difficulty level has been added to the Main Story so now you can battle through it again on Hard. Alongside this, there is a new login rally and three Mission Bingo cards to complete. The login bonuses will be a mixture of Gems and training items. The Mission Bingo Cards meanwhile will net players training items, Pearls, Evolution stones and 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 games? Here 25 of the best available for AndroidTrain Drive 2018 - Free Train Simulator Mod Train Drive 2018 - Free Train Simulator v2.1 mod Features:Insourcing immediate success.Train Drive 2018 - Free Train Simulator is the latest FREE and realistic 3D simulator is here! Be the rail driver and drive through the realistic 3D locations. go through the tunnels, control your trains using simple controls. Dynamic track-changing and sophisticated path selection systems enable all the trains to function smartly without stepping on each others' paths. This simulation experience just got better with the new map navigation system where you can see the oncoming obstacles beforehand. You will be entirely dependent on the signals and track changers. Be alert and fast to choose the right path for your vehicle. Easy to play 3D simulation game with tough levels and multiple trains upgrades. Get ready for the smoothest controls, unparalleled graphics, creative level design and the most realistic driving experience. Play now!Trains Driver Pro Simulator Features:* Multiple Rail Upgrades* Pick up & drop the passengers* Intuitive controls* Different camera angles* Free High end Simulation Game play* Real indian city scenes & locations* Challenging time limit* Accelerate & halt at stationHow To Play : - Accelerate upward to move forward & downwards to slow down- Press halt to stop- Swipe left and right to take turns
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<p>More details have emerged on the upcoming (and Japan-only for now) The Great Detective Pikachu thanks to an article on Gematsu.</p><p>You'll explore the city of Rhyme, a place where Pokemon and people live side by side. You won't exactly play the role of Detective Pikachu: instead, you'll be in the shoes of "Tim" a young lad who comes to the city with a certain goal in mind.</p><p>From there, you'll try to solve crimes by exploring the world and gather evidence (a la Phoenix Wright). Only Pikachu will be able to get information from Pokemon. Pikachu also likes to drink coffee for some reason.</p><p>The game will also have some action sequences that seem to be in the form of QTEs. You'll need to press a button quickly in order to succeed. If you fail that button prompt though, don't worry, the story will continue on.</p><p>You'll meet plenty of humans and Pokemon throughout this journey and you can get a first look at some of them at the link.</p><p>It's out February 3rd in Japan but there's still no word of a western release.</p>
<p>Although the Big G is doing its best to sound chipper about pulling its high-tech eyewear from the shelves, Google Glass is to be mothballed for the foreseeable future after today.</p><p>The controversial wearable device is being officially removed from sale, and the project removed from the roster at its famous R&D department.</p>A new vision<p>Google insists that Glass is not dead and buried, however. In its announcement, the internet giant promised that work would continue as the directionless wearable is gradually reinvented.</p><p>"We’re closing the Explorer Program so we can focus on what’s coming next," the statement reads. "[We’re] officially “graduating” from Google[x] to be our own team here at Google. We’re thrilled to be moving even more from concept to reality."</p><p>There's a distinct PR spin to the announcement, which is a little unlike Google and suggests that should Glass reappear - and we suspect it will, one day far from now - it won't be recognisable.</p>Glass bottom tech<p>It's a piece of tech that's become a cult icon in its own time, with so-called Glassholes courting controversy and commendation in equal amount for their inventive uses of the head-mounted gadget.</p><p>In many ways it's a shame to see it disappear into the obscurity that's always surrounded Glass's nebulous purpose, but it's been clear for some time that a device with an hour's battery life, a £1,000 price tag and a privacy law suit waiting to happen, was going to struggle. Especially with the wonders of commercial VR just around the corner.</p><p>On the plus side, you can see the eBay listings 20 years hence already, so don't throw your Glass away, early adopters. You've a future collector's item dangling from your specs right now.</p><p>"[email protected] Google Glass Explorer headset!!! (sold as seen)".</p>And deep-brained sonnets that did amplifyBy blunting us to make our wills more keen.
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