That is very new, would it say it isn’t? Drift is the best way to win. This is a strategy with high trouble in genuine racing. By intentionally driving an excessive amount to lose footing on the back wheels or every one of the 4 wheels, riders drive through the whole corner while looking after control.
<p>Pokemon Masters producer Yu Sasaki and operations producer Tetsuya Iguchi have released another message to players that detail upcoming changes that are in the works. There's quite a lot to cover so let's get straight into it.</p><p>First up they discussed how they want to improve the existing content in the game where they'll look to address player concerns that battles feel like too grind-heavy whilst the rewards for doing them don't feel substantial enough.</p><p>They specifically cited adjusting Legendary Events and the Sync Grid. They've received numerous pieces of feedback saying that it takes far too long to grind Legendary events and Sync Orbs so they will be looking at reducing that. Additionally, the release timing for expanded Sync Grids is also set to change too.</p><p>The second area they're looking to improve is battles and specifically adding more of them that pose a challenge to players. It's very easy at the moment to simply put the game on auto once you've got enough strong Sync Pairs, I'm even doing it now as I write this article.</p><p>To address this they're looking to have more battles that reward players who have strengthened multiple Sync Pairs and not just Red and Olivia. They also want the different types of Sync Pair to be more impactful rather than the Strike focused setup most people use at the moment.</p><p>There will also new content based on this idea such as the Legendary Arena. This new gameplay mode is set to launch in the summer, with DeNA recommending you strengthen your water Pokemon in preparation. The legendary Pokemon you face in this arena will change its attack pattern when its HP hits certain lows, meaning you'll need to adjust your strategy too.</p>What is the Battle Villa? Everything you need to know about Pokemon Masters' latest singleplayer mode<p>Beyond that, there will be additional content centred around the various Elite Fours and Champions. These will also feature more challenging battles various rewards on offer for beating them. To commemorate beating them and overcoming other difficult fights they will also introduce a medal system so players can show off their successes.</p><p>Finally, they discussed wanting to make it more fun to collect and train Sync Pairs whilst explaining what Pokemon Eggs will do. Essentially, they will be a response to players wishing they had more options of partners for the player character beyond Pikachu, Torchic and Solgaleo. When the Eggs feature launches there will be a selection of fan-favourite Pokemon on offer with more being added in future updates.</p><p>Another new feature will see additional ways to strengthen your teams as a whole instead of just individual Sync Pairs. This will give them a boost based on the formation you use, such as having an all Kanto team or Pokemon of a specific typing. As a fan of Ghost types, I'll be tapping into that Chandelure, Dusknoir and Palossand combination if this ends up being a useful feature.</p><p>Pokemon Masters is available now on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Looking for friends in Pokemon Masters? We've got over 800 of them waiting for you
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<p>Fans of sliding puzzlers like 2048 will be pleased there’s a new app on the block. Developer Infinity Games released Infinity Merge this June for Android and iOS, and it promises relaxing but challenging gameplay.</p><p>When you begin Infinity Merge, you’re presented with a 5x5 board populated by colourful spotted tiles. The spots represent the tile’s numerical value, a bit like dominoes, and the idea is to slide the board left, right, up or down, merging tiles that are alike. As tiles are merged, they magically transform into a tile one numerical value up. You can merge a minimum of two tiles in a turn, but the more you merge in one go, the bigger the score. Merge three or more, and you’ll begin loading the Combo Breaker. Once the Combo Breaker’s ready, you can use it to upgrade two of your blocks at random.</p><p>Scoring big is the ultimate aim in Infinity Merge. There’s no time limit, so no frantic tapping. Just a little brain workout accompanied by some mellow marimba melodies. You’ve got to slide strategically to maximise both your score and space on the board, avoiding getting stuck in the process. If you do find you can’t go, you can reshuffle, or spend the coins you earn through play to use the Hammer. Like an angry, wayward bathroom fitter, Hammer smashes a few tiles in your way and hopefully gets you sliding again.</p>
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