Remember Clash of Clans and Clash Royale, the widely popular base building and deck building mobile games from developer Supercell? After the lukewarm response to its MOBA title Brawl Stars, it seems Supercell is trying to catch that thunder again by releasing three brand new games in the “Clash universe”: Clash Quest, Clash Mini, and Clash Heroes for mobile platforms.
The first game, Clash Quest, is basically a match-three puzzle game where you need to strategically beat enemies by chaining combos from a limited amount of troops at your disposal. Meanwhile, Clash Heroes is a classic, multiplayer action RPG set in the Clash universe. You and your friends will be able to play as familiar faces such as the Barbarian, Wizard, Bomber, and Archer, and probably customize their looks as well.
And lastly, described as a “strategic board game”, Clash Mini seems like another one of Supercell’s late attempts at getting into a popular mobile game genre — the auto-chess genre in this case. You and your opponent both set your army pieces on the board and they will fight each other automatically. Developed by the Shanghai team, Clash Mini is aimed to be a casual strategy game that’s easy to learn but hard to master. Compared to Clash of Clans or the other two titles, this game features an even more cartoony visual for the miniature troops called Minis. Watch how they look and play in the announcement trailer below.
Over on the Supercell official blog, the development team said that by making three totally different spin-offs, they’re exploring new ways to enjoy and play with the Clash universe for both fans and newcomers to the series. And if either one (or all three) of Clash Quest, Clash Mini, and Clash Heroes don’t feel like they meet the fans’ standards, the team will “kill” the project and move on to another one, “related to Clash or not.”
Keep in mind we’re still holding every individual Clash game against the same high standards as any of our other games. With your feedback, we think these 3 can become the great games that Clash fans deserve. If they don’t meet the standards though, we’ll kill them and move on to other attempts – related to Clash or not. For those wondering, yes, we do have other games that are being developed that are NOT Clash related. :)”
If you are interested in trying out these three new Clash of Clans games as soon as the beta test drop, go to clash.com and sign up with your email account to get notified when the games will be available. What do you think, will Supercell be able to release another game that as popular as Clash of Clans again? Tell us in the comments and stay tuned for more gaming updates at The Nerd Stash.