Castle Clash Officially Launches on the App Store

If you are tired of managing your village in Clash of Clans or having trouble in collecting or plundering enough resources to upgrade your village or units, you might as well take a try on IGG’s Castle Clash. Originally released for Android, Castle Clash now officially launches on the App Store.

There are a lot of developers attempting to get a pie of Clash of Clans, but few of them could really succeed and even the very original model of “Clash of Clans” – Backyard Monsters has been late to rush into the mobile market.

However, a China-based company IGG, which got listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange a few days ago, has made it with Castle Clash, a smart imitation of Supercell’s big hit Clash of Clans.

It is smart because it simply centers on what Clash of Clans is good and rejecting the bad. On the one hand, IGG first chose the Android platform to make for the absence of Clash of Clans Android version. On the other hand, Castle Clans almost copied the entire jobs of what the folks at Supercell has been doing while innovatively implementing a Hero Shard System that lets players explore the unpredictable things. The finally result is that the game ranked among the top 10 of the top grossing chart of Google Play in most of the countries.

Interestingly enough, earlier this month, Supercell launched Clash of Clans on Android and it quickly passed its most competitive rival Castle Clash. The story does not stop here as Castle Clash is officially available for iOS.

How do you feel like both of games? Let me know if you have something to say.

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