Clash of Clans vs Clash Royale, Who is the Champion?

Before beginning to discuss the ‘battle’ between Clash of Clans and Clash Royale, just for information that you may not know, Clash Royale is now being released globally for Android and iOS. Both are made by the same developer: Supercell. Yes, Supercell introduced Clash Royale as a ‘advanced’ game from Clash of Clans. Appearing as a real time multiplayer game, Clash Royale brings a number of derived characters from Clash of Clans. What distinguishes both is the gameplay. Well, what if the two games are pitted head-to-head?

  1. Similar but not the same

Under the same developers both games compete in the Apple Store and Google Play Store. As of this writing, Clash Royale topped the list as the largest daily income app in Indonesia. In terms of gameplay, these two games appear inversely proportional. Clash of Clans came up with a strategy game genre that required every player to build a village, train troops, and then send them to destroy the village. Then what about Clash Royale? Combining collectible card games (CCG), tower defense, and strategy, players are required to form a collection of cards that will be used to destroy the opponent’s tower and castle, while defending against the opponent’s attack.

  1. As betel nut halved

When both gameplay appear inversely proportional, the characters are the same. You who play Clash of Clans must be familiar with characters such as Giant, Goblin, Archer, Musketeer, Skelaton, Dragon, et al. As in Clash of Clans, every character or card in the game has different stats, ranging from hitpoints, damage, targets, range, damage per second, hit speed, speed, and deploy time. With different statistics, you should set a strategy to inflict massive damage in the shortest possible time. The difference is, when in Clash of Clans, you have to raise the level of town hall to gain access to each character, while in Clash Royale Hack you can access, earn, and increase the level of cards that can be obtained from the chest.

 

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