While Supercell just finished released Hay Day on iPhone and iPad, the mobile game developer is already gearing up for its next big thing: Clash of Clans, a free-to-play combat strategy game that will test players' skills against other real world users, and against computer-controlled opponents.
With both single-player and multiplayer game modes, Clash of Clans looks to offer something for everyone, even if you wish to work more cooperatively than competitively. You can join a clan or create your own in order to become stronger yourself, and can complete battles to win your opponents' resources or "Victory Points" (the exact purpose of which is as of now unknown).
Combat looks to take place from a isometric viewpoint, and you'll be able to defend your villages with cannons, guard towers, mortars, bombs, traps and more as you work for ultimate supremacy over the masses. While you might win or lose a single battle, the war won't be over until you help your clan prove its might over all others. Clash of Clans doesn't have an exact release date right now, but keep checking back with us for more news about the game, and a full review upon its launch.
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