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Clash of Clans is an addictive mixture of strategic planning and
competitive fast-paced combats. Raise an army of Barbarians, War
Wizards, Dragons and other mighty fighters. Join a clan of players and
rise through the ranks, or create your own Clan to contest ownership of
the Realm. Driving back the goblins is just the first step – your quest
isn’t over until your clan reigns supreme over all others!
Updated: Oct 22, 2014
Size: 52.9 MB
Languages: English, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional
© 2012, 2013, 2014 Supercell
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad,
and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone
"Clash of Clans" is a powerhouse of an app, and its players are as
hardcore as they come.
Since its release in 2012, "Clash of Clans" has dominated Apple's App
Store, quickly climbing the ranks and claiming the title of No.1
highest-grossing app overall.
In 2013, its development studio, Supercell, raked in $892 million in
revenue, and the app can bring in up to $5.15 million per day.
The game revolves around the idea of fortifying a base, defending it
from invading players and their clans, and raiding the bases of others
in order to gain resources and start the whole process over again. The
gameplay is addicting, and because logging off means leaving your base
wide open for a raid, the game's top players stay glued to their
Few players exemplify the addictive nature of game as well as "Tyrael," a
21-year studying fire science technology in New Jersey. He's a
part-time firefighter, and he's getting an associates degree in software
engineering. Tyrael, who asked to stay anonymous for our story, says
the app has been open for 8,000-9,000 hours.
He's played the game ~25% of that time, but he's tending to the app the
whole time in order to train his troops. Troop training is a process
which can take a while but is essential to building up resources to help
win a raid.
"I ended up having to stay online 16 hours a day so I didn’t get
attacked," Tyrael tells Business Insider. "That became something I did
on a daily routine."
Tyrael is a top "Clash of Clans" player. He was one of the first players
to fully upgrade his base to completion, a rare feat that only a
handful have managed.