There are millions of people all around the world who play Clash of Clans and you can join them right now, build up your village, join or raise your own clan and compete in epic wars between clans. There are a bunch of unique troops at your disposal, including fire wielding Wizards or mustachioed Barbarians. If this sounds tempting to you, then you can enter the world of Clash of Clans.
Let’s talk a bit about the classic features that come with this game and then we’ll move on to what is new. First and foremost, as you can probably tell from the game’s title, the purpose of the game is to join Clans where you meet other fellow players or create your own and invite your friends to join.
After this is done your team can start fighting Clan Wars against players from all over the globe. You can defend your home base through the use of various bombs, cannons, mortars, walls or traps. A campaign through the Clash of Clans’ realm will have you facing the Goblin King. You will have to strategize by taking into account the multitude of Heroes, spells and troops.
The new features coming with the Clash of Clans 11.49.11 version will make even your Town Hall to fight back by allow you to upgrade it to level 12. Then, you can use the Siege Machines’ powers to break through your opponent’s defenses. Last but not least, you can earn some valuable Magic Items by working together with your team in Clan Games.
Join this free to play game and you will come across friendly challenges, special events or even friendly wars. Multiple levels of upgrades will allow your troops to train uniquely and journeying to the Builder Base will have you discovering new characters and buildings from this mysterious world.
Carrie Ryley was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale. As a journalist Carmen has contributed to NPR News Blog, Outdoor Magazine and many other publications. In regards to academics, Carrie earned a degree in business degree from A&N and earned her master’s degree at University of Florida. Carrie covers local news and culture stories here at Miami Morning Star.