Clash Royale is an RTS where you fight against other online players in frantic duels. This time around, you'll find the full beloved cast of characters from Clash of Clans: Giants, Barbarian Kings, Wall Breakers, Archers, and many more facing off in a strategic arena. Clash Royale’s gameplay is simple and straightforward. You start out the game with three towers: one in the middle and the other two on each side. Your aim is to use your troops to destroy your enemy’s central tower, while also defending your own towers. Each tournament lasts three minutes, unless there’s a tie - in that case, you get some extra time. In Clash Royale, tons of combat units await, but first, you have to unlock them. That means, you'll need to collect enough cards. That said, adding on new cards to your deck requires earning the right to open up new chests which you only gain by winning tournaments. Each Clash Royale unit has specific features: life points, attack distances, deployment times, speed, etc. Improving these skills when you level up eventually allows you to design your troops strategically. Clash Royale is a hectic and fun multiplayer game. Each duel lasts (at most) between one and four minutes so you can play a quick match anytime, anywhere. Plus, its graphics – just like in the original Clash of Clans – are excellent.
Has Brawl Stars conquered more countries than Clash Royale? After experiencing years of success with Clash of Clans and Clash Royale in multiple countries, the company Supercell is getting another taste of victory with the release of Brawl Stars. According to information from Sensor Tower, the company made $1.4 billion last year off of users who played its games. To measure the impact of latest gem from the Finnish developers, we've analyzed the climb of Brawl Stars to the top of the Google Play charts around the world. Read more
Clash Royale unveils the first balance update of 2019 Supercell has come in to the new year with a bang, revealing changes in the metagame of Clash Royale. The typical balance adjustments come into 2019 with full force and you're going to find interesting changes applied to various cards like Heal, Freeze, and Sparky. It's always important to kick off the new year right, and what could be better than doing so alongside Clash Royale? Read more
Clash Royale's new balance update brings good news for the Wizard It's that time again...Clash Royale has come out with yet another new balance update. The game from Supercell continues to strive toward its constant goal of making the game as balanced as possible. On this occasion, they've focused on giving power to cards like the Wizard and Mega Knight while reducing the strength of the Goblin Huts even more. Read more