Clash of Clans is a strategy game that has been designed for Apple devices and is available for download in the Apple app store. The game is one of the most popular games that is available in the store and is a free to download game. The game has more than 4.5 star rating and is known to be very addictive as players are known to spend hours playing the game.
The Clash of Magic app can be downloaded from iTunes and has been designed to suit both iPhone and iPad. The game has been developed by SuperCell who has now become one of the top game developers in the Apple platform. SuperCell has two games that have been developed for the Apple platform and they are Clash of Clans and Hay Day.
Both games are very popular in the Apple App store and the game developer has been able to challenge the likes of EA Sports who have more than 100 games in the store. This is attributed largely to the success of Clash of Clans which is also able to gross a lot of money for the game developer.
The Clash of Clans app was launched in the Apple app store about 2 years back and has gone through a lot of updates since then. The latest update was done in April 2013 and the current version that is available for download is 3.124. The game is available in a variety of languages, nine to be exact and is rated 9+ as it has fantasy violence or Mild cartoon violence.
The size of the game is 47.9 MB and requires iOS version 4.3 or any of the later versions. The app is very stable and rarely crashes, which is a welcome feature as many game apps tend to crash or become non-responsive often. The game has been optimized for iPhone 5 and can also be played on the iPod touch (3rd, 4th and 5th generations.
Clash of Clans is a free game, but has in-app purchases that will allow you to buy gems and coins that can be used in the game. Revenue is generated for the game developer through these in-app purchases and there are many who spend a lot of money buying gems while playing the game. Children have been known to rake up quite a bill while playing the game and therefore parents need to be more vigilant if the kids have access to the password that will allow the app to charge you for the purchases. Parents can also disable the in-app purchase option in the settings of the device to prevent children from using real money to buy the various items that are on offer in the store.