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Clashers, today is a very exciting day for Clash players! Supercell announced that they are developing not one, but three brand new games based on the Clash universe!
All three games are still in an early stage of development, so things are still subject to change.
Currently, we don't have access to the games yet, so this article is based on the Youtube Video where the games were officially announced.
Clash Quest is a turn-based, tactical, adventure strategy game, which starts very simple. Once you get into it, you'll see there's a lot of depth and the complexity opens up.
The player faces off against preset defenses, and the way that our troop work is similar to what you see Clash Royale and Clash of Clans. The troop pathing or what they're targeting is very similar.
Each battle is divided into a few stages. You start with a set amount of troops in your army. If you run out of troops, you lose the match.
One way to get stronger is to get more units in your army. You can get that by exploring the archipelago, so you can get these army increases as a reward from a battle and also from the map.
You can either select an individual Troop and deploy them that way, but the rewards or the payoffs are by forming larger combinations of the same troop. Obviously, those kinds of things can have a big impact or effect on the outcome of the battle.
The inspiration for Clash Quest came from the Clash characters. Each one has its unique way of behaving or attacking, where the dev team felt like there was an opportunity to create a totally new experience around those characters.
A brand new feature brought to the game is bosses. On the current Clash games, there is no such thing as bosses, enemies of villains, and this game has that.
Another difference is items. For some items, you need to activate a big combo to get the item power, while some are more passive.
Clash Mini is a Clash game in the format of a board game. Players will compete for intelligence and strategy against each other using miniatures.
On the game, both players will place theirs "minis" at the same time. Once the placement is done, minis will start combat automatically.
The game is intended to be easy to play but still have lots of depth, accessible and lighthearted strategy game.
On the gameplay side, they are trying to make a casual strategy game that everyone can play, so they decided to focus 100% on the strategy part over the real-time control, like Clash of Clans and Clash Royale.
Clash Heroes is a game where you assemble a team of diverse characters and set out on a journey through the world of Clash. You will play a variety of adventures, some bitesize and lighthearted, others more epic, like when you encounter a Goblin Giant or Golem for the first time.
In Clash Heroes, you'll see familiar faces from the Clash universe, with maybe some new twists to how they look or what they can do. But they are also looking to introduce some new characters to the clash universe.
One important thing to mention, Clash Heroes is made with Unreal Engine, so this is very different and a new way of game development.
All three games are still in early production and don't have a release date yet. Also, it's not confirmed they will be released at all, as Supercell might kill them at any time.
You can sign up on Clash.com to be notified if the games become available in your country, or just stay tuned here on House of Clashers.