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<p>KLab&rsquo;s Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team has received a new collaboration with the J.League, Japan&rsquo;s leading football league that homes many of its professional teams.</p><p>Starting from today until 4th December, you&rsquo;ll be able to spot players part of the J.League in the original Captain Tsubasa story wearing the official uniforms of the league for the 2020 season. This campaign includes players like Taro Misaki and Takeshi Sawada. In addition to that, you can earn medals as a transfer bonus and exchanged for new players, who all have Lv. 10 Main Special Skills.</p><p>All 40 teams from the 2020 Meiji Yasuda J1 League and the 2020 Meiji Yasuda J2 League are available in-game from the Dreamball Exchange, and by logging into the game during the event period you&rsquo;ll be able to get various items such as Koji Yoshikawa&rsquo;s J.League official kit and SSR Black Balls. The items you receive will vary depending on the number of days you play, so be sure to log in and get all the items if you want them.</p><p>If you&rsquo;re unfamiliar with what it&rsquo;s about, Captain Tsubasa is a Japanese manga centring around Football. It first premiered in 1981 and has grown into a legend that has inspired and delighted countless football fans around the world for decades. The series has sold over 70 million volumes in Japan alone, but the manga&rsquo;s popularity soars beyond borders with it being translated into 20 different languages.</p><p>The J.League collaboration event lasts until 4th December, so you have two weeks to collect the new items for yourself. You can play Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team by downloading it from the iOS App Store or Google Play for Android.</p>Do you like sports games? Then you might want to check out our list where we name some of the best ones available to play on iPhone and iPad....

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<p>Mobile roguelikers will be pleased with the news that bit Dungeon II should be heading to iOS and Android this month of December.</p><p>You may not be familiar with the first game but you'll sure as hell get to know this sequel if you're a fan of action roguelikes.</p><p>As with every game with a sword in it, bit Dungeon II is inspired by Zelda, Diablo, and Dark Souls. Take that information and do with it as you will.</p><p>More enticing is knowing that you play a spirit in an undead world of demons. You're here because your lover's grave has been desecrated and you want to put her soul to rest again.</p><p>You'll need to venture through randomly generated dungeons to get to the grave.</p><p>This means taking on challenging and huge bosses, as well as disgusting enemies, levelling up and using items as you go.</p><p>Of course, being a roguelike, permadeath means that if you die you have to start over again from scratch.</p><p>But that only gives you more time to explore the unique attacks of each weapon, including ranged and magic types.</p><p>And even when you do complete the game (if you ever do) then you can play it over and over as much as you like, becoming even more powerful.</p><p>One-man developer Kinto Games's plan is to get bit Dungeon II out on December 15th for PC on Steam.</p><p>Hopefully, bit Dungeon II will arrive on iOS and Android around this time. That's the plan, although there are no guarantees of this at the moment.</p>Thanks Christian V....

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