It’s been nearly six years since Clash of Clans was released and the mobile game is going stronger than ever. Clash of Clans has managed to remain the most profitable and most popular mobile game in the world for a couple of years now and everyone is wondering how is Supercell able to do that? Well, the game developer’s secret is not something unheard of.
The reason why Supercell has managed to keep Clash of Clans alive and topping charts for so many years is because Supercell is constantly rolling out new updates that improve the gameplay experience that Clash of Clans offers. In fact, the reason why Clash of Clans is making headlines today is because the mobile game has recently received a new update.
Clash of Clans 11.185.13 Update
Supercell wanted to end the year on a high note and it released a brand-new APK that introduced lots of cool features and a handful of bug fixes that improve the mobile game’s overall system stability. The update is available in the form of APK and it changes the mobile game’s build number to 11.185.13. We should note that since this is an APK update that we are talking about, Clash of Clans fans are required to manually download and install it from Supercell’s official website.
- New Troop: Ice Golem! This chill guy slows down enemy defenses and freezes them solid when he gets destroyed!
- New Spell: Bat Spell! Overwhelm enemy defenses with a cloud of angry bats!
- New Siege Machine: Stone Slammer! A flying fortress that drops big rocks on enemy defenses to clear a way for your army!
- A whole lot of bug fixes, tweaks and quality of life improvements!
As we can clearly see in the patch notes, this is a big update that introduces new troops, spells and bug fixes. Therefore, all Clash of Clans fans should make sure to get the new update so that they experience all these new features.
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.