Supercell’s Clash of Clans mobile game has been a huge hit around the world, partially being responsible for the freemium strategy game genre becoming popular in the mobile market and its spinoff title Clash Royale has also done fairly well, showing that the Clash brand is one to make money with, so it’s no surprise that there are more games with the Clash name coming out soon.
It was recently announced that we will see three new Clash mobile games coming out soon: Clash Quest, Clash Mini, and Clash Heroes, all of which have different game genres when compared to Clash of Clans, though they are all still set in that cartoony medieval fantasy universe so fans won’t have to complain about these games jumping the shark or anything like that.
Clash Of Clans Universe Expands With Clash Quest, Clash Mini, And Clash Heroes
Clash Quest will be a tactical turn-based role-playing game similar to Fire Emblem or Final Fantasy Tactics, where you control the actions of several soldiers on a grid-based map.
Not much else has been revealed about the game but there is a tactic where players can group together similar troops for a more powerful attack.
The other games are Clash Mini and Clash Heroes, both of which sound like a fairly fun time on mobile devices.
While Clash Mini is a game that uses miniatures, similar to the canceled Pokemon Duel, Clash Heroes is a top-down hack-and-slash game that bears similarities to Diablo or Torchlight and could be the most popular of the three mobile titles.
No release date for these new Clash games has been released but the devs at Supercell are hoping to make them feel different from Clash of Clans and Clash Royale.
Both Clash of Clans and Clash Royale are available now as free-to-play mobile games.