Supercell: creator of Clash of Clans is boiling a 3 New Adventure Games

Clash Mini, Clash Quest, Clash Heroes

Supercell revealed the three new games in a blog post, claiming that they are "nothing like previous Clash games." The business also aims to make Clash more accessible to new players who have never played it before. The new games are still in progress and are yet to be publicly released. Supercell stated that it would gather input from players before deciding whether or not to release the titles. “However, if they don't follow the criteria, we'll destroy them and move on to other attempts – Clash-related or not,” Supercell wrote on its blog.


The three games will be completely different from previous titles made by the Finnish game development company. They’re still in early development, but players will get to see familiar characters from Clash of Clans and Clash Royale in them.

Clash Quest is a strategy game with a turn-based system. To progress through the islands in the Clash universe, players must build troops and fight against various defenses and bosses. Each game is played against a pre-determined defense. To take it out, players must form powerful combos with their available troops.


Clash Mini is a simple-to-play auto-battle game with a lot of strategic complexity. In this board game, players battle using “miniatures” of actual characters from the Clash world, which is where the game gets its name.

In this game, players must simultaneously position their miniatures on the board without looking at the enemy's attack. The miniatures will strike on their own, and the player with the best positioning and resource management will win.


Finally, of the three games, Clash Heroes is probably the most entertaining. It was made with Unreal Engine, and players must battle their way through adventures set in the Clash universe. With an analog on the left and attack buttons on the right, the control scheme is identical to that of Supercell's Brawl Stars.

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Since all three games are still in the early stages of production, it will be some time before they are published. However, since the game production teams for Clash of Clans and Clash Royale are different, Supercell made it clear that the development of these new games would have little effect on Clash of Clans or Clash Royale.

Players in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland can download the new title from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store now. Darian Vorlick, the community manager of Clash Quest, said that Supercell will “hopefully expand the countries” that the game is available in soon. You can pre-register for the game through the official website to get notified when it will be released in your country.

Watch SUPERCELL, the Official Trailer of their new 3 Games, here: