For the less experienced, Clash of Clans is a mobile strategy game which was released in 2012 on iOS and 2013 on Android by the Finnish game developer Supercell.
What is the game about?
The game makes you the chief of a village which is placed in a fantasy-themed persistent world. You can build your own town by collecting resources from winning competitions and attacking other players within the fighting features of the game. Dark elixir, elixir, and gold are the primary resources. As a player you can conjoin with other an create clans of up to fifty people with whom you can talk, change troops and partake in Clan Wars together.
What kind of problem are the users experiencing?
Regarding the Clan Wars, we were previously talked about, users have been trying to get in one for the last few days, but the feature does not work. Most users have sent emails to Supercell to ask for directions and answers, but each sender received the same email in which the company explains how a Clan War works avoiding the main question. According to the opinions users shared via a forum, they used to wait from 30 to 90 minutes to get into such a war, but at the moment it can even pass the 24 hour time, and they still can’t access a war. As they were previously informed, they can email Supercell for help at any times, but unfortunately, due to the unsatisfactory answers received from the company, the users consider the Help & Support section a waste of time.
One user suggests that the Finnish company has no control over this situation and it is not their fault that this problem keeps spreading upon players of Clash of Clans.
However, other users do not agree with this statement, and they consider that Supercell must do something about this issue as it becomes more frustrating day by day.
According to a more experienced gamer and a “Forum Hero” “SC basically said they are making it harder for engineered bases, you might want to look at your roster and check out TH spread and a number of engineered bases you are taking to war for your answer.”
Unfortunately for the affected players, the only solution would be to change their war settings or wait for the company to find a proper solving.
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.