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Published on July 9th, 2017 | by Guest

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Top 5 Games like Clash Royale

If you are new to online gaming, then here is a brief description of Clash Royale.

Clash Royale is an online game that was published and created by Supercell in 2016. Recent, right? But believe it or not, it has been one of the most well received games in a long time.  Many people tend to quickly dismiss the idea of trying out a new game as over the past few years, games have increasingly become more graphic focusing on themes of violence, decapitations, death and domination making them unsuitable for young audiences.

According to Katelyn from Clashroyaleworld.com: Clash Royale is a great game for kids and a good fun for adult gamers. Clash Royale applies the concept of a battle in an arena. The game can get challenging so there are cheats that players can purchase on the store should they feel vulnerable or disadvantaged. The game makers also made free cheats available. Cheats could at times be quite costly, so this was a welcome development. However one has to wait a while before being able to put them to use.

Cheats are basically boosts and tips that help you win. They include cards,coins and elixirs that give your character special abilities or weaken the opponent’s advance. You can also get enough gold coins to form a clan and play alongside your friends.

Clash Royale will no doubt remain a fan favorite for a long time to come.

If you like the sound of Clash Royale, here are some other options which share some similarities

Clash of Clans

The game with the closest resemblance to Clash Royale is Clash of clans. This will be apparent to anyone who has played it before. It was also produced by Supercell and adapts much of the same tactics and storyline of Clash Royale. Just like it, your victory is solely dependent on your creativity and in many cases, teamwork.  You can download it from Google Play Store.

Pocket Fort

This strategy game can be enjoyed by anyone regardless of their age. Everyone has a role to play and every role is defined by the character. The Legion, who is leader and commander, bears the largest responsibility in the game. He/ She has to not only complete the fort, but also face competition by players from all over the world.

It is packed with excitement from the very beginning; it is however advisable to practice as opposed to diving right into forming a team and battling other players. So improve and refine your skills and test the resilience of your forts while at the same time getting rewards as a single player.

With so many different troops, it is truly one of a kind!

Cards and Castles

This is a completely different storyline and as the name of the game suggests the mechanics center on Cards and building Castles.

As you may have already guessed, each card holds special significance, and the rarest is the most powerful. They are Legendary, Epic, Rare and Common, with Common being most common card. As a result, there is a restriction in that a player can only have one Legendary in a single deck. There are also the Neutral cards that can be added to a deck.

Different cards have different abilities, and depending on the ones you have, they can solidify your victory. There are cards that will deploy your team or cast spells to weaken your opponents. The cards are of course themed, just like the characters in the game;Vikings, Warlocks, Pirates, Ninjas and Crusaders.

All you need remember about these factions is;

  • Pirates just want gold and other resources, but mostly gold
  • Ninjas are very sneaky and can trick you with various effects such as distortion of speed values and using bounce effects
  • While Warlocks may be slightly weak health-wise, they are lethal when it comes to magical attacks and spells.

Fair warning; they can cause quite a bit of damage

  • Crusaders focus on healing and protection.
  • Vikings are warriors but don’t be fooled. Their spells and enchantments add force to their attacks. For example, the lighting not only protects them but slows the advance of their enemies

That is just a quick intro. Now winning should be easier if you employ your best strategies. Good Luck!

Urban Rivals

Urban Rivals is one of the earliest Strategy games created. It was released back in 2006 when most online games focused on physical strength. Urban Rivals was different in that it employed psychological warfare where the player is constantly second-guessing your enemy’s actions. It was based on wits but remains a fun game. You can battle other players and choose from a multitude of more than 1500 characters.

It was and remains a card vs. card game which was limited to a deck of 8 cards. More cards can be purchased as the game progresses.

On each card is a character, and each character has special abilities and powers and originates from a certain clan. Every clan has a distinct bonus and this special bonus is shared by all cards belonging to that particular clan. The cards may have special abilities that are very handy in battles in that they can counter the ability of other cards.

Like many other games, a player is ranked based on his/her success. In this case, it is based on the total Cumulative Points and with each level advanced, the status is elevated.

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft

Currently, it is widely considered the best online game. If you have not yet downloaded his game, perhaps you should in order to full appreciate it.

It is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game that boasts of one of the best-designed online game, combat environment and effects.

Players chose a Hero and a deck of cards which contains Minions and Spells that can be summoned on the battleground as needed. The combat is tactical but short-lived with each player with having a deck of 30 cards.

The cards have varying degrees of significance and some are exclusively available for a certain Class.

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