I would like to have a review about COC. But clashing clans? Hey, that isn’t my thing! So I asked my friend, who is also a player, to just write me a review about COC so that I can post it here in my site. But she’s lazy to do so, as lazy as I download it on my tablet. So what she did, instead, is download the game on my tablet. This crazily addictive game taught me to build a base, protect it, train troops and attack others. Of course, we don’t want to do this in real life. Instead, we attack fictional troops using our tablets and computers through the trendy game, Clash of Clans.
Clash of Clans is an online multiplayer game, developed and published by Supercell, in which players build a community by creating their base more defensive so no one takes away their treasures, train troops which are divided into Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3, Dark Elixir Troops and Heroes and attack other players to earn gold and elixir, which can be used to build defenses that protect the player from other players’ attacks and to train and update troops. Aside from gold and elixir, the game also uses gems as currency.
Clash of Clans is said to be the best mobile game in this time because of the addiction it gives and a great time waster when I’m bored. Also, it keeps better and better with new updates every few weeks. Parents are becoming angry when their children are obsessed to a game but the addiction on COC isn’t a waste of time because it also gives educational benefit. I notice that this one challenges the player and makes them strategic. I just explain in what way. Apart from that, your parents won’t be mad at you because they are also hooked into the game. I heard that almost everyone, regardless of the age, enjoy playing Clash of Clans. Others even spend a lot just to buy a clan with higher level. That addicted? Oh yes!
So for those who are looking for an opportunity to build a world, while destroying someone else’s, Clash of Clans is a very appealing package with surprisingly deep layers of strategy to dig through.