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Posted by on Aug 10, 2020 in Gaming guide |

Top 7 games for Clash of Clans lovers (Part 3)

Top 7 games for Clash of Clans lovers (Part 3)

Star Wars: Commander

Come to Star Wars: Commander, players have the task of training their own forces. Build defense stations and plan to attack the terrain of many opponents in the game. In addition, the Star Wars theme is said to be one of the additions that makes this mobile game more attractive with the vehicles and soldiers taken from this series in addition to some familiar Star series landmarks. Wars will also be featured in the game.

Star Wars: Commander will allow you to choose to join one of two armies: Empire (empire) and Rebellion (rebel army). This is said to be a detail to see that Star Wars: Commander is somewhat different from Clash of Clans.

In the game you will receive a terrain terrain base should be protected from invasion of enemies. However, on the contrary, you also have to invade new lands, plan your own operations and make sure that your military center is still safe.

Total War Battles: Kingdom

The mobile version of Total War Battles: Kingdom is a strategy game that takes in all of England in the 10th century Middle Ages. Players will have to go through countless fierce battles, manage the army and build their own kingdom. Besides defending and building a strong kingdom, players need to take troops to conquer and occupy neighboring lands.

Instead of just hanging around with the boring task of deploying troops in temporary arenas like in Total War Battles: Shogun, players can now build and even exploit land to expand the realms of the world. yourself. Unlike mobile strategy games such as Tribal War, Clash of Clans, or Travian, Total War Battles: Kingdom will retain the traditional, turn-based, real-time gameplay style of the series. this.

Despite being a typical strategy game, Total War Battles: Kingdom is set up the screen to fight directly with other players in the world instead of taking the expedition armies everywhere as other games. Accordingly, gamers will have to customize their squad so that it is reasonable, arrange for the infantry to hold sharp spears on the front line, or put archers, fire guns and other support units standing. behind in response, destroy the enemy …

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Posted by on Aug 6, 2020 in Gaming guide |

Top 7 games for Clash of Clans lovers (Part 2)

Top 7 games for Clash of Clans lovers (Part 2)

Castle Clash

Castle Clash is the top 10 best-selling mobile game in the US in 2013 by a reputable game industry magazine. Considered to be quite similar to Clash of Clans, this strategy game doubles the impressive construction management style.

Castle Clash has the potential to make a gamer addictive quickly with only a short period of experience. This is probably quite understandable, because a good and attractive strategy game format will lead players to penetrate the game right from the tight details and how to show the simple gameplay.

Regarding the details, Castle Clash is staged in an epic epic style, with fierce battles and fast-paced battles. Players will manage a powerful force and build their land right from the beginning, or possess elite soldiers with melee armor, healing, support or perfect magic ability.

Lords Mobile

Lords Mobile is a dramatic real-time strategy game on mobile released by IGG (I Got Games), the father of Clash of Lords 2 and Castle Clash, two classic playgrounds. made a storm in the mobile gaming arena for a while. That is also one of the reasons why the game attracted the attention and attention of the gaming community in 2016 so.

In Lords Mobile, the player’s task is to build an empire of their own. The game possesses a huge list of characters and soldiers that will take you months to explore non-stop. Block battlefield system diverse with battles are more monumental than the games of the same type are released. And of course, the block of successful siege system, invading and expanding territory is indispensable in this elaborately built Lords Mobile.

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Posted by on Aug 1, 2020 in Gaming guide |

Top 7 games for Clash of Clans lovers (Part 1)

Top 7 games for Clash of Clans lovers (Part 1)

Clash of Clans has been launched since 2012 but it is still a favorite monument in the strategy game series.

However, if you are too familiar with Clash of Clans and want to find a “top” mobile game with a tactical style similar to Clash of Clans, here are 7 choices that you cannot ignore.

Boom Beach

Boom Beach may have a similar game to Clash of Clans, but is very different from Battle Glory. Because both Boom Beach and Clash of Clans were released by Supercell. In Boom Beach, you’re in a tropical archipelago of your own that needs to be protected. Accordingly, you need to regularly command the army to scout the surroundings and the terrain of your base in case the enemy is attacked.

Call of Duty: Heroes

Call of Duty: Heroes is a free battle strategy game built on the Call of Duty brand and inspired by Clash of Clans. Call of Duty: Heroes will put you on the challenge of building terrain terrain and lead your forces to participate in many battles against the enemies.

In Call of Duty: Heroes holograms are invested with the ability to rotate the screen so that players can enjoy the attacks in the best way. Owning graphics no less inferior to the versions on the console game console. Call of Duty: Heroes has a very impressive graphics, the gameplay is very familiar to the fans of Call of Duty and is very easy to get used to. Although not the FPS genre, players can still see the effects of light and shadow are very professional investment. This proves that the developer Activision is not superficial but ignores the graphics of the game. The sound of the game is also very attentive to the tempo, especially in combat. It highlights the distance the motion from the video camera and the player can see how the sound changes. When approaching the camera, players can notice an increase in the “sound of war” such as explosions, gunfire, … and many more sounds.

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Posted by on Feb 17, 2020 in Computer Applications, Gaming guide, Mobile games |

Final Fantasy – What should you know (Part 1)

Final Fantasy – What should you know (Part 1)

Final Fantasy is a Japanese role-playing video game series created and launch by Square Enix. There are variety of gameplay, settings and storylines between each installment, different plot and gameplay elements developed throughout, concentrates on fantasy and science fantasy themes. Although the core series is a role-playing game setting, it has been broaden into other genres, such as MMORPGs, tactical, action, and fighting role-playing games. The series has been published on many platforms, starting with the Nintendo Entertainment System, which consists of consoles, computers, mobile phones as well as streaming services. The series has also launch in other forms of media, including films, novels, and manga.

The majority of the games consist of single stories with unique characters, twisted scenarios and themes, though several unexpected sequels to main series games linkages stories within the same worlds. 

The series is famous for its recurring gameplay mechanism, settings and features. Commonly recurring features consist of the series’ “mascot” creature, chocobos, that are often referred to as steeds; a character called Cid who is usually associated with profession of engineering; moogles, cute flying creatures that often assist the player by managing some of the game mechanics; the summoned creatures based on mythology that can be called forth to assist players in battle and also commonly compete as bosses; the job system where playable characters are classified by their job class; and the active time combating system, an evolution of the classic based system common where the units’ level and speed determines how many actions they can implement.

The series’ plots have the tendency to concentrate on a group of characters from diverse backgrounds who gather as team to save their world while handling their own struggles and combating against a central antagonist whose objective is usually destructing the world. Names, designs and spells are often depending on real-world mythologies, religions, customs and cultures.

The series is Square Enix’s flagship title and their best selling video game title with 130 million units soldfrom mobile releases and MMO subscriptions. It has significant impact in popular culture, particularly for spreading the console RPG genre outside of Japan’s border. Its features orchestral music, memorable and lively characters, realistic and detailed artistic graphics and innovative mechanism. All of which has made the franchise become notable in the industry.

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Posted by on Dec 16, 2019 in Games, Mobile games |

Common Types of Mobile Gamers (Part 1)

Common Types of Mobile Gamers (Part 1)

Some gamers prefer to quietly obliterate baddies on their morning commute while others are more vocal wherever they play games. Although gaming techniques, strategies and reactions differ from person-to-person, there are some certain types gamers. Let’s take a look at them

1. The Casual Gamer
The casual gamers are those play to kill time such as during the office commute or wait for their turn. They don’t really picky about genre, as long as the games are entertained and engaged from simple puzzle to complex strategy game Casual gamers simply look for a bit of light fun when there is nothing better to do. People might think this is outright demeaning to hard-working game publishers, it is not. In fact, casual gamers are one of the main reasons for the flourishing mobile game industry spending a significant time on developing a variety of different gaming genres.

2. The Hardcore Gamer
Hardcore gamers are those who take titles and progress very seriously, and always get frustrated about not having enough “lives” and time to complete a level. They constantly update their game with new upgrades, releases and keep sending ‘gaming tools’ and ‘extra lives’ requests to friends on their social media profiles. Hardcore Gamers has amazing hand-eye coordination and they even get panic attack with minor smartphone glitches.

3. The Professional Gamer
Professional gamers are hardcore gamers possessing superior gaming skills and planning tendencies who earn money from the sector and focus on the mechanics of the game and constantly striving to improve their performance. Publishers approach professional gamers to test their games attractiveness or to find technical errors and bugs. Professionals often participate in various competitive events, developing their influence and might end up being a social influencer for gamer publishers, using their apparel to drive sales. Like hardcore gamers, they always keep track to update with the latest releases.

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