Merge Mansion Halloween Update Now Available

It’s spooky season, which means new thrilling stories await players in Metacore’s Merge Mansion all this month.

Starting tomorrow, Lady Voyance’s Mystery will come to the game. As part of this update, Ursula’s friend Lady Voyance is on the beat with her fortune telling skills. Be warned, however; drama and betrayal are being foretold.

Also kicking off tomorrow is the seasonal event Lucky Catch, which gives players the chance to find rare fish in a new board. Those that do can earn themselves currencies and boosters for main progression.

On October 10, the seasonal event Pirates of Hopewell Bay will kick off. In it, Mason is looking for a pirate treasure on the Mansion grounds, while Pearl is looking for Mason.

Starting October 13, players will be able to partake in a number of squash sculpting challenges with pumpkin carving.

Finally, the seasonal event Garage Cleanup begins on October 28. This themed mini-event will task players with clearing out dusty Halloween costumes.

Learn more with the video below:

Merge Mansion Halloween Update

Originally released for Android and iOS devices in 2020, this title has been downloaded more than 40 million times and has generated a sizable $38.6 million dollars. The title is available as a free download.

Source: Press Release
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