Its arrival foreshadowed by a cryptic tweet (pictured), Brawl Stars has finally come to Android in soft launch. In case you don’t know, Brawl Stars is a cartoony… Continue reading
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
Developers behind the very popular MOBA game called Clash Royale have begun teasing a new Tournament mode which will be heading to the game in the next update. The teasing, which was posted on Twitter, doesn’t go too deep into the details as what we can expect this new Tournament mode to come with though.
One game that a lot of people wished they were a part of the beta for is Supercell’s newest game called Clash Royale. If you missed our previous coverage of this game, it is basically a mix of MOBA gamepay with TCG mechanics to form a pretty unique blend of gameplay which becomes very addictive.
So we have been covering the development and testing of Supercell’s next title called Clash Royale for awhile now, since it was announced. Earlier this month the company announced that the global launch for Clash Royale on Android would be arriving in March 2016. While that isn’t much of a wait, a few lucky regions will be getting early access to the game with the soft launch that was just announced for Android.
Released by Super Cell, known for Clash of Clans, is now releasing another game known as Clash Royale. In this new game, players will face off head-to-head and in real-time, to see who can snatch up the most crowns by destroying your opponent’s towers with your soldiers, archers, et al.
In our earlier article about Supercell’s revenues for 2013 and this year as well, we mentioned that the company was gearing up to release a third game called Boom Beach. Interestingly enough the company is labeling this a ‘risky’ game as in they have made some choices that they deem as risky, eluding to the possibility that it may flop as a game if players don’t like these development choices.
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.