“Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells” Introduces Magical Mischief Event
May is going to be a mischievous month for players of the mobile game Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells because they can take part in a limited-time Magical Mischief-themed event.
The event can be played by anyone who is a member of an in-game club, and it is centered around perhaps the most mischievous pair of wizards in the Harry Potter series: Fred and George Weasley. The twins will be inviting players to fulfill their playful oath: “I solemnly swear that I am up to no good.”
“I solemnly swear that I am up to no good!” Fill the meter to send Prank Boxes to other Clubs in your League! Enjoy this fun-filled event and compete for League Tier promotion!
— Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells (@HPPuzzlesSpells) April 27, 2021
Past events, such as the Egg Bonanza event that took place over Easter weekend and Valentine’s Day’s Amortentia Adoration event, required players to collect Easter Eggs and Love Vial potions, respectively. Collecting these gained the player points, allowing them to collect chests and receive rewards.
However, the fun twist of the Magical Mischief event is that players will earn Mischief Points when they win a puzzle on the first or second try, and once enough points have been collected, they will earn a Prank Box. These Prank Boxes can then be sent to other Clubs on their leaderboard.
When this colorful and innocent-looking box is played, it drops onto the recipient’s board, waiting to spring open, with the likes of Chattering Teeth, Fanged Flyers, and other Wizarding World-inspired mischief wreaking playful havoc.
The event will run for several days between Mondays and Fridays throughout May, and players can check their event panels at any time to find out when it is live.
At the end of the event, players who have sent the most Prank Boxes and therefore earned the most Mischief Points will be crowned the worthy, very Weasley moniker of Mischief-Maker-in-Chief.
The Magical Mischief event sure sounds like it’s going to be a lot of fun – and a mischievous way to sabotage others’ games and make your way up the club leaderboard! So hold on to your (wizard’s) hats and prepare for a month of mischief!