Released in 2012 for iOS and in 2013 for Android, Clash of Clans is a strategy game developed by Supercell. Since then, it gained quite some popularity and positive reviews amongst users, while being viewed as a simple, yet demanding game. For all the dedicated fans who enjoy testing their skills using COC, we have some alternatives that you may want to check out.
Also developed by Supercell, this game will offer you a change of scenery. You’ll be taken to a group of tropical islands set in modern times and you’ll command one of them. Training your soldiers and attacking enemies will be amongst your duties.
Compared to COC, in this game there is no cross-hair involved. Here you’ll need to use skills that you’ve developed in COC to create bases in a strategic way. Your responsibility will be not only to create a base, but also to command an elite group of soldiers.
If you’re in need of a different scenery, but you still want to stay within the familiar gameplay, then Jungle Heat: War of Clans is the perfect choice for you. It’ll take you to the jungle full of colors, set in a dynamic background.
If you’re a Star Wars fan, then you might want to try out this game. You’ll be offered a choice to command either the Rebel Alliance or the Galactic Empire.
Unlike COC, this game is not as demanding when it comes to strategy. The big plus is that you can use it to unwind, since it’s easy to navigate and offers a lot of fun. Your main duty will be to protect your lawn against zombies by using different configurations of plants.
This game developed by SEGA has quite engaging graphics that stand out amongst competition. You’re in charge of your own kingdom, while being responsible for the development of the land.
If you’re searching for a game as similar as possible to COC, then Castle Clash: Brave Squads is one of the best choices that you could stumble upon. In this game developed by IGG, you’ll be responsible for the fortification of your village, while defending it against enemies. The gameplay is more challenging in Castle Clash compared to COC.
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