Harry Potter: Wizards Now it has begun to celebrate October in a magical way.If you love Harry Potter And dreaming of joining the House of Representatives, this is the perfect time to join the team and have your sorting cap measure the real Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, Slytherin or Gryffindor.
Harry Potter: Wizarding Unity Need your help!
(Photo: Harry Potter: Wizards) Harry Potter: A Beginner’s Guide to The Wizarding League: All October Events Must Be Participated
Since it is October, the whole Harry Potter: Wizarding UnityWill also change, slightly inclined to dark magic. If you think you are a Slytherin, you must participate in the October challenge throughout the game.
As of now, the first week of the Harry Potter Challenge has begun, initially starting on October 2 and ending on Monday, October 5.
If you still plan to participate in this event, then the challenge will take you with The Dark Arts Foundables on the weekend, including Thestrals, Percival Graves and Tom Riddle.
Players can also get dark art runestones after returning to the event trail.
Tasks and rewards:
Complete 10 magic challenges with 3 or more teammates-1 dragon claw fan
Defeat 25 enemies in the wizard challenge-6 snowdrops
Earn 2000 Dark Arts Family XP-2 powerful stimulating potions
Return 25 Portrait of Voldemort Builder-3 Dark Art Level 5 Runestones
Return 20 founders of Percival Graves -10 spell energy
Return 15 Tom Riddle’s founders-10 spell power
Going back to the third task, for many players, the Dark Arts Family XP earned at least 2,000 may be too big. However, the Wizarding Unity Center provides you with a quick reminder.
“In the next few days, return to every Dark Arts Foundable you find! This will help you get more Dark Arts XP now, which will help you get more Dark Arts Runestones. Once you are ready to place the image, stop. Start the weekend, and then put dark art images in the registry.” page.
All October events!
(Photo: Harry Potter: Wizards) Harry Potter: A Beginner’s Guide to The Wizarding League: All October Events Must Be Participated
Just in case you are no longer interested in participating in weekend activities, here is a complete list of other activities Harry Potter: Wizarding Unity October events you definitely want to try Game frenzy.
The first week of the Dark Rise and Glorious Event
Date and time: October 6th at 11:00 am Pacific Time to October 13th at 11:00 am Pacific Time
What you need to do: Help return the brilliant foundation from Knockturn Alley (including poachers and snatchers).
September Makeup Community Day
Date and time: 12:01am-11:59pm local time, October 17
What you need to do is: make sure your paperwork is in order, and step into the atrium of the ministries and commissions, where you can meet ministries and commissions, flock memos, etc.
October Community Day
Time: October 18th, 12:01am-11:59pm
What you need to do is: prepare for pranks and pranks and visit Weasley’s Wizarding Wind.
Rise of Darkness, Brilliant Event (Week 2)
Date and time: October 20, 11:00 AM, Pacific Time, U.S. to 11:00 AM, October 27, U.S. Pacific Time
What you need to do: Help Borgin and Burkes (including Dark Witches and Wizards) return Brilliant Foundables.
As of now, the full announcement of these events is still awaiting.
Paranormal rowing, New Forest Paddling around the tributaries of the New Forest and the Beaulieu River at night sounds quite evocative, but with tales of the resident ghosts on the way, including the spectral monk and “Lady in Blue”, the canoe is sure to feel more than a little scared. Luxury attire is recommended for the two-hour trip around a private estuary near Lyndhurst in Hampshire, exploring nature’s rich waters and marshes. After descending from the illuminated canoe, participants will be rewarded with hot chocolate and Halloween candy. •£ 29 adult, £ 22 child, 26 October-31 October (more dates can be added) newforestactivities.co.uk
Haunted Happenings ghost hunting, various locations
Not for cowards, overnight ghost hunts with Haunted Happenings take place in some of Britain’s most atmospheric buildings, from former mental hospitals and mansions to museums and castles. All-night “experiments” include table tips, glass removal, vigils, séances, experiments and ouija boards. Events take place year-round, and for Halloween week venues include the decommissioned Shrewsbury prison, Armley’s “devil factory” near Leeds, and the former Drakelow Tunnel underground military complex in Kidderminster. •From £ 20pp, hauntedhappenings.co.uk
Beastly Bodmin Prison, Dartmoor
Following an extensive building project, 18th century Bodmin Prison reopens on October 1, with ghost tours, horror films, and a special all-night Halloween event towards the end of the month. The prison’s “paranormal managers” themselves will share spiritual and scientific explanations and techniques behind the mysterious phenomenon. During the day, the immersive new Dark Walk experience combines digital technology with the history of prison and ex-convicts plus other dark stories in the region, from highway robbers and smugglers to Beast of Bodmin Moor. Night tours are not suitable for children. •Halloween event from £ 20 (18+), 26 Oct-1 Nov; other evening events starting at £ 25 (16+); entry of the day adult £ 15, child (5-15) £ 12.50, Bodminjail.org
Spooky walks with English Heritage, various locations
Many of Britain’s most historic sites have a reputation for ghost events – from two lovers and a ghost horse at the medieval Goodrich castle in Herefordshire, to nuns at Whitby Abbey and footsteps and laughter at Pendennis Cornish castle. Outdoor trails for all ages are offered at several British Heritage spots for Halloween, including creepy hints along the way and fancy dress competitions. For those brave enough to venture out after dark, there will also be forest storytelling shows at five locations for Halloween weekend (29-31 Oct). • The track is included in the entry price, which starts with £ 10 adult and £ 8 child (5-17), advance booking required), 24 October to 1 November, english-heritage.org.uk
Pumpkin Cave at Groombridge Place, Kent
Behind thick wooden doors, around a river that flows from the rocks and into a moat, Groombridge Place’s secret 17th-century manor house’s secret garden is turned into a Halloween cave. The pumpkins had been secreted for the children to see before they left Crusoe’s world next door. These adventure areas include wooden rope bridges and swings, giant wooden boats, zip cables, twice-daily bird shows of prey, and canal and forest walks that are home to fallow deer and “zeedon” (zebra-donkey hybrid). A treat for anyone who is dressed in luxury. •Adults £ 8.95, children £ 6.95, family (one under 12) £ 25, 26 October-1 November, groombridgeplace.com
Witch Afternoon Tea, London
Lemon cursed tarts, “eye of newt” scones, “eggspelliarmos” and wild lettuce “sandwitches” await the wannabe witch at the Georgian House Hotel in Victoria London, with a choice of bottomless bubbles or magic-themed cocktails. An immersive afternoon tea experience available on Fridays and Saturdays (from £ 30) and can be enhanced with weekend getaway packages, including a stay at the Enchanted Chamber – a series of witch-themed rooms with four posters, velvet sheets, stone arches, stained glass windows and More Harry Potter-like details plus breakfast (starting at £ 199 for two). A magic potion cocktail-making session also went together, mixing “dragon blood, phoenix teardrop, blue mountain flowers and frozen crystals” (15 pounds alcohol, 12 pounds mocktail). •georgianhousehotel.co.uk
Cadbury world Halloween Spooktacular, Bournville, Birmingham
Freddo’s Haunted Mansion is the new attraction for Halloween 2020 at this chocolate amusement park, with live entertainment, spooky games, and a self-guided mystery trail to help uncover the ghost dwellers (17 October-1 November). The Chocolate Making Zone is also open, where visitors can see the chocolate makers in action and try their fun products. This can be followed by the name of the deep chocolate piping in Have a Go Zone as well as the 4D audio-visual rollercoaster experience, which dives into a pot of melted chocolate. Creepy costumes are encouraged for daily costume competitions; advance reservation is important. •£ 18 adults, £ 13.25 children over four years , online discounts, cadburyworld.co.uk
More fun than scary: Costa del Tottenham, London
Several special events will take place at the north London open-air Costa del Tottenham, part of The Cause’s warehouse-with-a-conscience nightclub. On October 31 a jungle drum’n’bass barbecue brunch starting at noon, for a pre-booked table of up to six (from £ 25pp), which includes an hour of bottomless rum cocktails, and music from Randall, Nicky Blackmarket and more. On November 1, a costume party starts at 4pm, hosted by promoters Raindance and Kapow (from £ 15pp). The large all-weather space includes table service via the app and a host of street food vendors, from Neapolitan pizza to jerk chicken. •costadeltottenham.co.uk
Moonlight on the Mersey: Liverpool Disco Festival Halloween Party
A “blue month“Will light up the sky this Halloween. Celebrating an unusual occurrence alongside its fourth birthday, the Liverpool Disco Festival heads to the Camp and Furnace warehouse site, in the heart of the city’s Baltic Triangle cultural district, on October 31. The costume disco will include live house and disco classics from the Hope Street Jazz Orchestra and other special guests to be announced, plus prizes for the best dressed. •£ 22 / £ 18pp, pre-order up to six tables in advance, 15.00-22.00, skiddle.com
Amsterdam at the Haus: Lakota Park, Bristol
The Lakota Gardens new open space in Bristol is hosting several Halloween events this year. The space includes a large, pre-booked table, an old Italian pizza place and appetizers served, among other drinks. Thirst of Horrors a party, from Fuze promoters and student-run charity Into the Wild, taking place on October 29 (6:00 pm-10:00pm), including disco DJs, house and tech, mast and aerial shows, plus a luxury clothing competition (from £ 20 for one table up to six). All through Halloween weekend (30 and 31 October) Revenge of the Redlight District party will be performed by Viva la Disco (30 October) and Wide Eyes Drum & Bass (31 October), taking revelers from the streets of Stokes Croft to the neon-lit alleyways of Amsterdam, with creepy characters hanging around and appear between the tables, Shade Cartel dancers and live DJs (from £ 40 for a table of up to six people). •lakota.co.uk
October represents Halloween-themed items and appeared in “Animal Crossing: New Horizons”
Pumpkins can be grown, harvested and used in recipes and DIY items
You can also buy creepy skin tones and eye colors in case you need it
The page turning of the calendar page also means a new update of “Animal Crossing: New Horizons”. The October update has a Halloween tendency, players can now plant and harvest pumpkins, while also providing some new eye colors and skin tones for trick or treat.
After winning this year’s Game of the Year Tokyo Game Show, “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” will continue to attract viewers with weird seasonal updates such as the October update.
As usual, Nook’s Crany is once again a good source of everything. Throughout October, pumpkin pie can be purchased for 280 bells everywhere.A whole year Polygon The report stated that Leif actually sold them at a bargain price of 140 bells each.
It is recommended that players find an open space on the island to grow pumpkins, and then use it as an ingredient in Halloween-themed recipes. Although they do not need watering to keep the pumpkins growing, watering will actually make them produce more pumpkins.
Like in real life, not all pumpkins will automatically turn orange. Even in “Animal Crossing: New Horizons,” there are green, white, and yellow variants, and it is impossible to determine what color will appear starting from the pumpkin.
The good news is that no matter what color the pumpkin gets, they are very useful in the game. The orange pumpkin is necessary for making Spooky set DIY items, while other colors can be used for custom purposes.
Starting from the pumpkin, it takes three days for the pumpkin to grow. Even if the player picks it off, the pumpkin will continue to produce pumpkins. By watering and caring for plants, players can plant multiple pumpkins from one pumpkin.
October update also Add some eye color and skin tone Reflects the season of tricks or treatment. They are available all year round, but can only be purchased this month in October.
On Nook Stop, players can find “Body Painting Clothing Tips” and “Explore New Eye Colors”, which are items that can be purchased now and are sold in the 2,400-mile Nook Miles.
Players need to look for mirror decorations to switch skin color and eye color to make it look pale like a corpse, or even a zombie like blue. Turning the eyes to red should make the player look more bloodshot, or turning the eyes to white should complete their immortal makeup.
Able Sisters will provide shoes and accessories such as witch hats, Dumbo wings and horns with glowing skunk kicks behind the shoes to complete the look. If players cannot actually go out to tease or treat this year, they will at least play a role in “Animal Crossing: New Horizons.”
Market trackers say that games like Nintendo’s Animal Crossing have been successful during the virus lock-in period, helping to drive record sales in this area in the USPhoto: AFP/William West
Nintendo revealed a lot Animal Crossing: New Horizons This weekend’s news, which includes detailed information about the latest fall update for Halloween. of Nintendo When the new update is released on Wednesday, September 30, the Switch title will add Halloween costumes, more character customization options, DIY projects, and even pumpkins.
In particular, pumpkins can be purchased from Leif throughout the year, but can be purchased from Crany in Nook in October. Once they grow up, they can be used in special DIY projects on trailer displays. As far as Halloween content is concerned, the game will add candies, more costumes, and even body painting and colored eye contact. On Halloween night, things really started to happen.
Nintendo said in a statement: “When Halloween night arrives after 5pm on October 31st, neighbors will gather in the square, decorated with a series of Halloween decorations.” “You will also receive mysterious guests. Jack’s visit, Jack is the “Halloween Czar.” By giving Jack lollipops and candies, you will get weird game rewards. Please make sure to save some candies for your neighbors, otherwise you may be mischievous! Fortunately, you You can learn some new reactions to correctly express your feelings of fear.”
What do you think of new products Animal Crossing: New Horizons What do you see here? Are you keeping up with all the video game updates? Let us know in the comments or hit me directly on Twitter @rollinbishop Talk about all games!
The popular Google Doodle Games series is Google’s initiative to promote the game while staying indoors during coronavirus locking. Starting with a children’s coding game called Coding for Carrots on April 27 and now, the latest doodles is a Halloween game that was first published in 2016. The latest from the popular Google Doodle game called Magic Cat Academy and originally published in October 31, 2016 to celebrate Halloween. This is a simple and fun game with various levels and marks the 8th game in a series of 10 games that are being carried out by the search giant.
How to play the Google Doodle Halloween game
That Halloween the game for Wednesday, May 6, changes the ‘Google’ banner according to the theme. The first ‘O’ is dressed like a cat holding a stick, while the second ‘O’ is animated as a ghost. Hover over the animation Google banner shows “Stay and Play at Home with Popular Google Doodles: Halloween (2016)”
To play the Magic Cat Academy game, just click on the animated Google banner and it shows you the search results for “popular Google Doodle game”. You will see the game appear with the ‘Play’ button, click on it and you will see a short intro video for the game after that, it will teach you how to play. The mechanics of the Magic Cat Academy are simple, you have to draw the symbol that appears above the ghost with your cursor to defeat the ghost. And of course, it gets harder as you progress. Like the previous popular Google Doodle game, a search results page containing the Google doodle Halloween 2016 game shows all the games released so far, in the carousel ‘From the Google doodle archive’. Two more will arrive.
Two more matches are still in the series
Recap Live and Play at Home with Google’s First Popular Doodle
As we mentioned the search results page also shows you all the games, out of 10, that have been revealed. As mentioned earlier, eight games have been revealed so far starting from April 27th. The first game is Coding for Carrotsthat was earlier originally published in 2017 to celebrate 50 years of coding language for children called Logo. It has simple drag and drop code players in the right order to make their character, a rabbit, collect all carrots.
Next, Google publishes Cricket the game from 2017 on April 28 which was originally famous the start of the ICC Champions Trophy. This game makes you play as a cricket against a team of snails. As a batsman, all you have to do is click the yellow swing button at the right time when the snail throws the ball.
On April 29, the search giant was published a game called Fischinger from 2017 originally famous 117th birthday of filmmaker and visual artist Oskar Fischinger. This game is inspired by one of his quotes, “Music is not limited to the world of sound. There is visual world music ”from 1951. Fischinger (the game) shows you a large box of diamond symbols and you can click on each individual diamond to make music. You can choose from four different instruments and click the grid in any order to make music, along with visual representations for sounds. There are also options for adding effects such as’ delay ‘, bitcrush’ and ‘phaser’. You can change the tempo, use presets, and experiment with several other options to make music as you like.
April 30th came Rockmore. Beginning was published in 2016, Rockmore celebrated Rock Clara’s 105th birthday which is the most famous Theremin player. The game called Rockmore first gives you a tutorial on how to play virtual Theremin and then you play with a higher number of notes. You can also change the key, scale, octave, and waveform of the instrument.
The series continues on May 1 with Garden Gnomes, originated in 2018. At that time, that famous German Garden Day, which honors creations and traditions, places gnomes in the park to protect and decorate them. This game starts with a tradition intro and makes you throw different gnomes with different abilities as far as you can.
Then, on May 4, a game called Scoville was published. It was first made into a doodle in 2016 and then famous Wilbur Scoville’s 151st birthday is a chemist, award-winning researcher, pharmacology professor, and inventor of the scale for measuring “hot” pepper. This game requires you to throw an ice cream spoon into different peppers to fight the ‘heat’ by clicking at the right time in the middle of the fast-moving meter.
That was followed by Loteria on the 5th May. Lotería is the first was published in 2019 as a celebration of the traditional Mexican card game of the same name. Scribble is a virtual version of Lotería where you have to put beans on a matching card. This is a multi-player game and requires players to click on ‘Lottery’ when they have a complete line of beans on the board.
The history of the 2016 Google Doodle Halloween game, and its scope
The Halloween game was first published by Google on October 31, 2016 as a celebration for Halloween. In a post describing a doodle on Wednesday, Google shared that doodles are available in most of Europe (including Russia, Britain and Croatia), Australia, New Zealand, India, Pakistan, parts of Africa, the US, Brazil and the Philippines .
Google Doodle reach around the world
The popular Google Doodle game series
This initiative start on April 27 with the aim of entertaining people while they stayed at home to stop the spread of coronavirus. Google said, “Because COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, people and families everywhere spend more time at home. In connection with this, we launch the Doodle throwback series while looking back at some of our popular interactive Google Doodle games! “
Wednesday’s Halloween game is the eighth game in the series and two more games for Thursday and Friday have not been announced.