Clash of Clans isn’t dead yet. Today, the biggest update since clan wars arrived and it brings with it a whole new continent. Much like when Europe first landed… Continue reading
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The Simpsons and Futurama creator has made a new animated series called Clash-A-Rama! which is based around the worlds of Clash of Clans and Clash Royale. Considering who made this new series, you can expect to have plenty of humor melded through each episode. It’s actually interested that an animated series was made based off of a game, since usually it is the other way around.
People will live stream some pretty crazy challenges on platforms like Twitch, YouTube Gaming, Mobcrush, and so on. I’ve personally seen all types of records broken for speed runs in a number of games, as well as people passing out mid-stream trying to break a world records for this or that. It’s pretty entertaining to say the least. Well a streamer by the name of BoarGeneral completed a pretty insane challenge, all of which happened to be streamed live.
This year’s Super Bowl saw three mobile games with ads being shown during the big game. Each 30-second spot cost each company behind those games around $4.3 million dollars. The three games that advertised during the game was Clash of Clans, Game of War – Fire Age, and Heroes Charge. So the real question is, was it worth the $4.3 million that was spent?
If you are into interesting statistics then here is one for you. Video games Super Bowl ads generally make an appearance every year and this one was no except. In terms of numbers though, this year was a little different. PC/console games had a total of zero ads during this Super Bowl. Mobile games, however, has a total of three ads and you can probably guess at least one of the games that had an ad since it normally has TV ads as well.
Clash of Clans developers Supercell apparently had a hacker breach the company’s security, accessing corporate emails and business accounts, and then leaking this information online. Supercell has then turned around and posted the information anyways, announcing their 2013 revenues as well as up-to-date daily money coming into the company from their two games.
Supercell’s wildly popular PvP-centric RTS game Clash of Clans has had an update pushed to it that brings new heroes abilities and better clan management to the game. A lot of these new abilities are pretty powerful so chances are you will want to take advantage of them.
The popular PvP centric RTS game Clash of Clans has received a pretty big update today that is themed around the upcoming Christmas holiday. Aside from the lands taking on a full wintery look to them, this Christmas update bring some rather unique new features to the game including Santa getting involved in your battles.
In more Clash of Clans developer Supercell news, the company has announced today that it has sold 51% of the company to SoftBank and GungHo Entertainment for the ridiculous amount of $1.5 billion making this one of the biggest mobile game studio purchases to date. It isn’t like either company didn’t have the money to spare, especially after GungHo Entertainment’s release of Puzzle and Dragons which makes them a staggering amount of money by itself.
A couple of weeks ago we talked about the fact that Supercell had changed their stance on bringing Clash of Clans to Android after long stating that they wouldn’t be doing that. Since then the game has been in a limited beta for a short period of time and now the game is officially on Google Play for select Android devices and by select Android devices we means tablets mostly.