Mobile platforms have widely increased the opportunities on game development. Concerning the resource-management strategy genre, Clash of Clans is one of the most innovative and awesome games you can currently find on the Appstore. Let's zoom in!
At first sight, Clash of Clans looks like another resource-management strategy game like classic Age of Empires, The Settlers or even Populous. However, it takes the path of the cute, kids-friendly shaped 3D graphics that we are used to play on management-like mobile social games. Actually, that kind of graphics seems to be more popular on mobile and social platforms. However, if you aren't really fond of them, just give it a chance since it reaches great standards regarding playability and performance.
Thus, you embody the King of a small village on a world threatened by hordes of goblins. Your goal is to grow you little kingdom, by building facilities, collecting resources, training units and upgrading both buildings and skills. Basic stuff of the genre, introduced by a tutorial assistant just in case you are a newbie. However, what really makes the difference on Clash of Clans is its social approach. It allows you to battle with players worldwide and take their Victory Points to keep going. In addition, you can join other players, make clans up and make it grow to get global fame. Clash of Clans meets in that point classic MMO.
No complaints at all regarding performance, the only point to be aware of is in-app purchases: Clash of Clans is free to play but you can speed up your progress with in-app purchases (buying gold or gems). Nonetheless, purchases can be disabled in the general settings of your device in order to keep your kids out of them.
In brief, a must-have of the genre.
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by Manu , Appszoom
Nov 28, 2014