Clash of clans easy
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First of all, yes, the game does take loads of time. This make the player be absent of activities for quite a while. But that does not make the game any easier.
1) Attacking another player requires lots of skill - that is when you don't use the hog rider tactic on max. lvl 9 town halls. A player needs to take everything into account, and get as much loot as possible. For this, the player can put together his own army. You could, ofcourse, look tactics up, but you could do that for any game to make it easier. Generally, an attack can go horribly wrong when a player doesn't do his best to draw out barb king, clantroops and if his troops go the wrong way.
2) Creating your own base is something you should do with alot of care. The base will not work unless you place every defense optimally, and you will often see your base destroyed and loot taken making the game even harder. Gathering 2 million does take time, but a total of 200k will be stolen from you meaning you'll need another 2 attacks, or a day of mining. But 2 million is doable. I'm stuck at gathering 3 million.
3) Lastly, what makes this game kind of a challenge, is that your friends will also have this easy waiting-thing going on. You'll be trying to level up faster than your friends/clanmates, and getting more trophies. There is competition. The player will be changing his own faith by having more succesful attacks, so surpassing a friend is definately possible.
harvard forfeited this round.
how ever clash of clans is just a game and the only thing you have to do is to be patient in leveling up and
collecting stuff. i dont find any games hard because all you need is skills, concentration or patience. and im sure you can do well.
ps. im surprised that people actually play clash of clans here at this page><
Well, CoC is an exception to games like candycrush as luck is not a factor.
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