Clash of Clans review
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In Clash of Clans, players create an army of Barbarians, Archers, Giants, Wall Breakers, Wizards, Witches, and other combat units to combat with an opposing player's army. The object of the game is to attack the player's opponents and destroy their "Town Hall" to win the game. Players can also join a clan, which makes them allies with other players in that clan.
Gameplay consists of players building and upgrading their own village, collecting resources, and training troops. The player's village is the base of operations, and players can use the resources they collect to build and upgrade their buildings, train troops, and so on. The player's army is trained and commanded by the player, with the player selecting each unit type to train or use. With the player's army, the player can attack other players' villages and clans, and they can win by destroying the opponents' "Town Hall" or by destroying the opponents' buildings and units if the opponents have no "Town Hall". The player can also group all their troops on the battlefield into formations, and the player can also put a "Bombard Tower" or a "Barracks" on their village to help defend their village from attacks.
The graphics in Clash of Clans are more cartoonish and less realistic than the graphics in Clash Royale. The graphics in Clash of Clans are clear and easy to see.
Since Clash of Clans is a game that is meant to be played long-term, it is replayable and addictive. There are many aspects of the game that are challenging and require the player to strategize. The player is constantly considering what they will need to do next, or how they can take out their opponent.
Clash of Clans is a fun game with rewarding gameplay and a variety of challenges. Overall, Clash of Clans is a good game.
Everyone 10+Fantasy Violence