Is that a chill in the air, or is it just the balloon ghost floating over your head? Niantic is bringing Halloween to January 2021 tomorrow with Drifloon Spotlight Hour. We met with Niantic's Drifloon development team on Wednesday to explain more about the upcoming gameplay mechanics and to talk about everything you need to know on the Pokémon Go comings attractions.

Andre is the Director of Games Energy. He became familiar with personal tablets while at work making games and gaming apps. He will talk about why animations are the biggest thing he's working on right now, how smooth engine updates can affect game engines and more.

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