Clash Royale is a Smartphone game which came in trend last year due to its tactic making an option. You can play this game on any Smartphone which can support Android 4.0 or IOS 7.0 or later version. These are the most common device on which Clash Royale is played. Most of the device supports it but if you find this game is not working in your mobile then update your Android operating system or IOS version. Here in this game, you have to do many things like collecting gems and coins for the purpose of buying cards and upgrading the speed of elixir.
What’s More, If You Can’t Win With Tactics?
If you are playing this game from many time but still you are not getting any way to win then you need to check that if you are using right strategy or not. Watch the recap of your battle and this will help you to know more about it. A battle is nothing more than playing right cards at the right time. Try to purchase epic cards which can help you confusing enemy. Try common and epic card for the combo attack. This way enemy will be confused and you can win by destroying the enemy tower.
Which Tower To Attack In Clash Royale
As you know there are three towers, the main one is of King which is most secure and destroying it so hard. You can focus on the crown tower which takes very few moments and destroying is easy. You can get powerful cards by using clash royale hack apk. This is a tool which can provide you unlimited currencies. You will also get gems; these gems are enough for purchasing cards. Epic and rare cards help a lot so buy only important cards.
Once in a while we come upon a great game which captures the hearts and curiosity of a lot of gamers; fans and non-fans of the genre alike. The creativity, simplicity, fun-factor, and pretty much everything else about a great game are just spectacular. Plants vs Zombies is among those great titles. It is developed by Popcap Games which is very very popular amongst computer puzzle games.
Plants vs Zombies is a puzzle game involving plants battling it out against zombies. The main objective of the game is to deploy different plants to defend the house and lawn against zombies. Different types of zombies with different abilities and strengths will try to eat their way through to get to the house and eat the brains of the man in the house.
What you do is you place different plans on the lawn (playing field) and you must be able to place them effectively to prevent the zombies from passing through. Some plants give protection, some plants have special abilities on the field like block zombies momentarily, some plants provide energy to be able to create more plants, some plants even blow up and destroy zombies surrounding it, and there are other plants to choose from. If the zombies reach the house, you lose the level and you’d have to start over again. One of the main challenges here is that you can not use all plants in a level. You have to choose wisely which plants to use.
Aside from the main game, one of the good things about this game is that it has lots of other mini-games. Yes, you can even play as the zombies where your goal is to deploy zombies in a field with pre-deployed plans. You have to plan which type of zombie to use to be able to reach the brains. Some other mini-games are bowling, survival mode, slot machines, etc.
There are some more features in the game that could really interest you. There is a shop where you can buy useful items to gain advantage while playing. You also have the Zen garden where you can plan exotic plants and take care of them (water them or give them fertilizers) and then when they grow up you can sell them for in-game cash. There’s an almanac where you can see descriptions of the different types of plants and zombies you have encountered.
Those are just among the things you can expect from Plants vs Zombies. As for the technical aspect, the very good thing is that you don’t need a powerful computer to play the game. In fact, the official system requirements are 1.2 GHz processor, 512MB of memory, DirectX 8 compatible video card, Windows 2000/xp/vista, and an internet connection. That’s all. It’s not in 3D but just like the screenshot I provided, it’s very colorful and smooth. It may look like a cutie game for kids but trust me, this game is pure fun. The sound effects are simple but still good and the music is very enjoyable. You’ll also be treated to a cool music video later on in the game.
This is a great game for kids, adults, and pretty much for everyone else. It’s a good concept and is pure fun but could really get challenging especially on the later levels and mini-games. And the game is very much re-playable. You can play again and again and you’ll probably enjoy it all throughout once more. Also, it’s not that expensive. It just costs $5. So go ahead and try this game. Who knows? You might love it as much as I do. Have fun!
Oh yeah, all Nintendo Wii fans alike love how we are able to purchase old school games off of the Wii Store…but many of us fumble with the regular old classic controller, or the old school Gamecube controller.
I myself use the Gamecube controller, only because I refuse to buy something that already have. Using the classic Gamecube controller though with the arcade style games can sometimes be annoying and feel weird; especially for those who remember playing the game with joysticks.
However coming soon to a store near you Nintendo is releasing the Hori Wii Digital Arcade Stick. This arcade stick is designed to match up with your Nintendo Wii’s modern look, while bringing home a nostalgic old school joy stick look to the system.
The Hori Wii Digital Arcade Stick has 8 buttons on the right side of the pad for you to pound away at, while on the left side of the controller sits an old school joystick that will rotate 360 degrees. The top of the Hori Wii Digital Arcade Stick are buttons that when pressed will bring you back to the Nintendo Wii’s main page. The other buttons allow you to pause, and select. The buttons are basic, and do not need an explination on to work them.
The Hori Wii Digital Arcade Stick will allow you to play arcade style games on it. These games can be downloaded from the Wii shopping menu.
Not only that, but the Hori Wii Digital Arcade Stick can also be used in place for games that call for the classic controller!
The Hori Wii Digital Arcade Stick connects to the Wii controller as a Wii remote extension. It has auto fire switches for 20 times more button power, and will make virtual console games feel exactly the way they once did!
Over at www.gamestop.com they are not selling this one until freakin November, but with a little hunt and pecking around the internet I was able to locate a site selling them for $49.99. The Hori Wii Digital Arcade Stick can be purchased now over at www.1sourcegaming.com, however I would email them for availability before you quickly place an order.
Rocking it old school with the new Hori Wii Digital Arcade Stick is a must have for any video game/Nintendo Wii fan. I cannot wait to get my paws on the Hori Wii Digital Arcade Stick; I cannot wait to see how it plays Pac-Man!