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Clash of Clans and Clash Royale Coming to PC

The team at Supercell announced that both Clash of Clans and Clash Royale can now be played in select territories on the PC through Google Play Games (beta).

New to these two titles? Clash of Clans tasks players with customizing their village, building an army, and crushing their opponents in the process. One is also able to join a Clan, or can alternatively establish a Clashing legacy by creating their own version.

See a more humorous look at the game with one of the more recent television commercials below:

Clash of Clans: Ride of the Hog Riders (Official TV Commercial)

Meanwhile, Clash Royale is a real-time multiplayer battle game from Supercell that pays host to characters from Clash of Clans. Players are tasked with building a Battle Deck from more than 100 different Cards like Barbarians, Hog Rider, Baby Dragon, and Archers. Whatever one chooses, the ultimate goal is to try to outsmart the enemy.

Learn more about this title – set to music by the infamous Tenacious D – below:

Card Evolution Reveal! (music by Tenacious D!)

These two titles are now available as part of a soft launch in Canada, Chile and Singapore to Google Play Games users in these countries. A global launch will happen soon.

These aren’t just simple 1:1 ports; both titles support mouse controls, optimized graphics, and high-end performance capabilities.

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