Clash of Clans, one of the most popular mobile games in the world, is ten years old. Over the past decade the Supercell franchise has expanded, including games like Clash Royale, Clash Quest, Clash Mini, and Clash Heroes. In the time since the whole Clash series has gained over 3 billion installed.
Darian Vorlick, the Clash of Clans community manager, said in a statement to GamesBeat that we could only dream of a community that is as dedicated, loyal, and vibrant as the Clash community has become. We want to thank all of our players who have helped make this happen, and for all of their contributions.
Supercell is planning a number of in-game events and rewarding customers in the midst of a decade of existence. The 10-day Clash Boss campaign will highlight the units and strategies that dominated the games' specific years.
A time-traveling Barbarian is also planned in the game, which will take players back to the 1980s to observe 40 years of Clash history. A new mini-game will give players access to a documentary covering the 40 years, as well as partnerships with various real-world brands.
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Supercell has teamed up with General Mills and Topps. Hungry gamers can visit Walmarts website to obtain limited edition Barbs Choco Boom Booms, inspired by the 1990s. Topps is also selling some 80s-themed Clash of Clans branded Garbage Pail Kids cards.
The ten-day event will certainly have something to offer, and more details will be revealed as the year progresses.