Whether you got mad at the flawed last updates Clash of Clans underwent and you want to quit it, you want to try something new, such as PUBG-type mobile games, or whether you just need a break from it before going back to playing it, there are many more alternatives that you might enjoy.
We have compiled a list of the top five games that might be able to substitute Clash of Clans.
Give them a look.
- Castle Clash
The two games not only share the name (well, part of it), they also share everything else. It’s like Clash of Clans has been cloned and then added a few other characteristics to distinguish from the mother-game, but not too many so as to be very original.
A positive point of the game is that it happens at a faster pace than Clash of Clans, which is quite refreshing.
- Clash Royale
Clash Royale shares the team of developers with Clash of Clans. While containing the same characters, spells, and troops, Clash Royale is a multiplayer online battle arena. So, if you want to leave the task of building towns behind and try your luck in an arena, this is the game for you.
- Viking Wars
The idea of Viking Wars resembles Clash of Clans, but it comes with better graphics, strategy and gaming experience. The theme centres around Vikings (hence the name) and the Northern Gods.
Even Google Play Store implies that is better than Clash of Clans, so there is nothing that can stop you trying it.
- Call of Duty: Heros
Call of Duty is undeniably one of the best shooter games ever and it is an opinion that is shared by almost everyone. There are few people that haven’t tried Call of Duty. Those who have played it at some point in their lives would want to try the new version of the game, Call of Duty: Heros.
- Clash of Lords 2
Among the games Supercell released is also Clash of Lords 2, maybe the most well-known Clash-like title.
While having some elements that were taken from Clash of Clans or resemble other elements of the game, it also comes with new features, such as 40 different heroes which the players can use in order to battle friends or enemies.
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.