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Clash Royale is a free-to-play real-time strategy video game

developed and published by Supercell.

The game combines elements from collectible card games, tower defense, and multiplayer online battle arena.

The game was released globally on March 2, 2016. Clash Royale reached $1 billion in revenue in less than a year on the market. In three years, Clash Royale made $2.5 billion in revenue according to market intelligence company Sensor Tower.

Which is better COC or Clash Royale?

Is Clash Royale really better than Clash Of Clans?

Both Clash of clans and Clash royale are developed by Supercell. both games are really good and the characters used in the games are almost same. But the Game play and style is completely different. Both games comes under the Strategy genre. Both games are based on online servers.

But I find Clash Royale far more better than the Clash of clans. I have been playing clash of clans from past 2 years. It is a very addictive games and is basically based on the attacking strategy on millions of users bases. Clash of clans also has a feature of making a clan and gathering a group of friends playing same game. It also has a feature of clan wars where 2 clans compete with each other. Yes this game is very interesting. I have been playing it from past two years and there is not a single day that I haven’t played this game.

Is Clash Royale a violent game?

Is Clash Royale safe for my kids?

Clash Royale is free to download and is rated for players aged 10 and older.

Clash Royale is a virtual war game that depicts some cartoon violence between opposing clans, attempting to destroy one another.

While free to download, parents should know that Clash Royale is ad-free, but in order for users to effectively (and triumphantly) play, they must shell out money to add higher ranking cards to their decks, via in-app purchases.

In fact, many players report high levels of frustration in game play, as attempting to play for free will not get them very far in the game.

Are there any games like Clash Royale?

Clash Royale is another mobile hit from the team at Supercell that combines the likes of their other popular title, Clash of Clans with collectible cards and tower defence.

Cards are the primary mechanic in Clash Royale with players selecting a deck of cards to create their battle deck. Each card comes with a rarity ranking and is either troop, building or spell card with different strategic uses.

Plants vs. Zombies Heroes

Plants vs. Zombies Heroes is a digital collectible card game in the Plants vs. Zombies series, developed by PopCap Games and published by Electronic Arts. On March 10, 2016, it underwent a soft launch in some countries on iOS, before being internationally released on October 18, 2016.

Little Alchemist

Little Alchemist is an addictive combination of spell crafting and strategic combat. Save Little Town by collecting spells and discovering tons of cute and clever combos to overpower your enemies!


Hearthstone is a free-to-play online digital collectible card game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment. Originally subtitled Heroes of Warcraft, Hearthstone builds upon the existing lore of the Warcraft series by using the same elements, characters, and relics.


Spellbinders is basically a slimmed down version of Clash Royale, because it removes all need to collect and manage decks of cards. Instead, you’re tasked with destroying your opponent’s base before they can destroy yours, with the traditional Clash Royale battlefield turned on its side so you’re looking at a base on the left and right of the screen. You’ve still got mana and spells, which combo up to some advanced strategic moves once you’ve got a handle on things. The rounds are quick, the visuals are colourful and enticing and if you’re bored of card collecting, Spellbinders is a great alternative.

Cards and Castles

The title of Cards and Castle is almost a literal translation of everything you do in Clash Royale, and this game really uses that to its advantage. Like Clash Royale, Cards and Castles combines a MOBA with a trading card game, with visuals that wouldn’t be out of place in something like Castle Crashers. You’ll be able to use multi-faction combo decks across five unique factions in this game, making it a little more complicated – at least at first – than Clash Royale, but otherwise it’s very much Clash Royale in a different skin.

X-War: Clash of Zombies

We challenge you to find another game that lets you recruit characters like Ironman, Hulk and Thor (albeit fairly unofficial versions) to defeat zombies like X-War: Clash of Zombies does. It can’t be done. Because of its vast array of characters, you’ll quickly find that there’s plenty of different types of combat on offer, all requiring you to master a swathe of abilities and techniques to succeed. It sits somewhere between Clash of Clans and Clash Royale in terms of gameplay too, meaning if you’re looking for something a little different, offering more in-depth combat, then X-War: Clash of Zombies is a great choice.

Battle Command

The instant appeal of Battle Command is that its set in the future, which makes for a rather interesting change of pace to other games on this list. It’s your goal to turn a run-down base into a formidable military fort, and then from there it’s just the little task of taking over the world. Robots and lasers are aplenty here, which is a welcome change from all those swords. We particularly love the War Games mode, as it gives you ample opportunity to test strategies without risking losing all your precious materials and your fighting force.

Pocket Fort

Pocket Fort feels like the Clash Royale for beginners. It very much apes the gameplay and tactics of Clash Royale, but is aimed squarely at younger players in terms of complexity. The pirate theme gives it a bit of an identity in this sea of Clash Royale clones, even if it does feel at times like Pocket Fort has literally pilfered the majority of its good ideas from its source material.

Star Wars: Force Collection

You can’t (usually) go wrong with a Star Wars tie-in, and that’s particularly true when it comes to Star Wars: Force Collection. Not only does this let you collect the cards for all your favourite Star Wars characters, letting you feel like a big kid all over again, you can also then use those cards in a trading card battle system to conquer galaxies near and far. You have to collect items, trade cards and level up to be totally victorious of course – whether you’re fighting the Rebel fight or have fallen onto the Dark Side. It has some lovely clean visuals that sometimes bely the complexity of its actual gameplay too.

Deck Heroes: Legacy

One of the things that games in this list lack is a storyline, but Deck Heroes: Legacy has swooped in to fill that gap. You’re trying to build a kingdom, but it’s constantly being attacked by various opponents, and to protect it you’re going to have to enlist the help of unique heroes and mighty creatures. Thanks to the high-quality graphics and animations, it all makes Deck Heroes: Legacy rather impressive, visually. The more you play, the more cards you’re rewarded with, giving you more and more opportunities to control deadly, and awesome, characters.

  • Tower Conquest

  • Rise of Legions

  • Deck Heroes

  • Urban Rivals

  • Krosmaga

  • Castle Crush: Epic Strategy

  • Jungle Clash

  • DomiNations

  • Clash of Lords

Is clash Royale a popular game?

At its core, Clash Royale is just a really, really good game. Clash Royale is the second biggest title for revenue from Supercell, only surpassed by Clash of Clans (via Sensor Tower).

Is Clash Royale good for your brain?

There are different types of best strategy games to play online like Clash of Clans, Clash Royale, Lords Mobile, Online Rummy, Baahubai and many more. Playing these strategy games will give good exercise to your brain. You will learn to stay more focused.

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