Clash Royale review
Clash Royale is a strategy where the main mission is to win the online duels. This game will surprise you with characters from Clash of Clans too.
Clash Royale is a fighting game with simple rules. At the beginning of the battle, you'll have 3 towers - these are the "bases" of rival (live and real) players. Exactly in the center of the screen, the territory is divided by two bridges - the warriors you create will walk along with them. The halves are the territories into which we can summon your creatures - for this, and you constantly collect the "elixir" (the local analog of "mana"). But then they act independently. Upon collision, the summoned creatures begin a battle, and when entering the enemy half, the opponent's towers begin to attack you. The winner is the one who destroys more opponent towers in 3 minutes of the main (and 2 - added) time. It sounds simple, but it is not.
Clash Royale doesn't have some great soundtrack or just catchy tunes, but the graphics always impress players. The voice acting of the characters, strikes, and skills is important here. After a couple of nights of playing, you'll remember how the summoned characters sound - and you begin to navigate the game not only with your eyes but also by sound. This speeds up the reaction, transfers some of the load somewhere on the spinal cord, and, in general, helps a lot.
To set up controls in the game:
- Enter the control settings interface by clicking on the keyboard-shaped icon in the program's lower right corner.
- Put the desired key or button in the place of your choice.
- Place units from your deck that will pass along each line and attack everything to destroy the towers.
It looks like an auto butler crossed with a MOBA. Your skill will increase as you learn how to properly manage your resources, build decks, and engage in difficult battles in which your opponent's units will get bogged down.
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