'Clash of Clans' Golem Event, Free Gems & XPs Continue To Excite Fans; Game Is Bad Influence, Says Psychologist
"Clash of Clans" trainers may now opt to get Golems at the lowest prices. In addition, the "Clash of Clans" developers have also added a new multiplayer challenge to the game. On the downside, the "Clash of Clans" gaming community in Iran are reportedly fighting against the removal of strategy games like Clash of Clans from the country.
New Golem Event, Free Gems And XP
The popular mobile strategy video game from Supercell, "Clash of Clans" recently introduced a new Golem event to the game. It has been revealed that Supercell price slashed the Golems in the event with a 90 percent discount. Note that Golems may be trained via an expensive Dark Elixir.
It has been revealed that Golems may act like damaged sponges. Moreover, Golems may also team up with P.E.K.K.A. as well as Wizards, Venture Beat reported. The "Clash of Clans" developers also added a multiplayer challenge for players to receive free rewards from the developers such as gems and XP. The multiplayer event challenge further allows players to use two Golems and win in 3 matches.
"Clash of Clans" players may then receive 300 XP and 30 gems for the feat. Furthermore, a new Jump Spell Event was also launched that is expected to be a booster to using jump spell in the inventory. Supercell has been noted to conduct regular in-game events like the Dragons discount event and Hog Riders event.
Psychologists Say "Clash Of Clans" Is Bad Influence To The Youth
In other news, "Clash of Clans" players in Iran have reportedly begun experiencing connection problems. Apparently, the Atty. General in Iran Dr. Abdolsamad Khoramabadi has reportedly decided to ban the game in the country. It has been revealed that a recommendation from the Committee for Determining Instances of Criminal Content started it all, Tech Crunch reported.
"Clash of Clans" is said to negatively affect the people of the Islamic Republic and its youth. Furthermore, it is believed that more mobile strategy games may get banned as well. "Clash Royale" players reportedly have problems connecting with the game as of date.
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