Since its release in 2012, Clash of Clans has maintained its enduring appeal, and it appears that the game’s creator, Supercell, is now doubling down on that popularity with three new games set in the same universe. Supercell often waits to share their games until they are pretty close to being on sale, but this time it has chosen to do so early on in the development process. Creating excitement and incorporating new genres into the Clash realm are the main objectives here.
Players currently have access to Clash of Clans and Clash Royale, and now there are even more games available. The first of these three new games is Clash Quest, an adventure strategy game with a turn-based system. In this game, players must use distinctive, grid-based warfare to eliminate the adversaries’ defenses before they run out of troops.
Clash Quest, Clash Mini, and Clash Heroes are the names of the three games. Each game is from a distinct genre. For instance, Clash Heroes is a co-op ARPG, whereas Clash Quest is a turn-based tactical adventure game. Players can create teams of miniatures in the board game Clash Mini. Despite the early stages of development for all three games, the Clash Mini Twitter handle has been retweeting pictures of some of the Mini characters.
Additionally, Supercell Published a Lengthy Video Detailing the Three Games and Demonstrating Some Gameplay
The business also emphasized that, although it is still early in the process, it may cancel some or all of the games if they don’t meet a specific level of quality. And the business assured people concerned that Clans and Royale would suffer while Supercell concentrates on other games that both would continue to receive the same care.
Last but not least, Supercell disclosed that it was developing new games unrelated to the Clash universe. If you don’t like the Clash games, you might be interested in Supercell’s other recent releases. Sadly, Supercell withheld any information regarding the upcoming games that aren’t Clash.