Inspired by the success of ‘Clash of Clans’, Supercell made another strategy driven game but with a completely different approach. Instead of building a base, raising an army and then going to war–Clash Royale focuses more on the battle aspect of the game. You can have a deck of 8 warriors when you go for battle, the objective is simple– destroy the opponent castle’s while defending yours. Each warrior has it’s own Elixir demand, of which you only get one Elixir per second while battling someone online. These warriors mainly include– Prince, Giants, Knight, Baby Dragon and many more. You get these in the form of cards, which can be found in chests, which are given you as you keep winning battles. The more you play, the more lethal your battle deck get.
In the end, ‘Clash Royale’ was another major success for Supercell, not a lot of people expected them to come up with another game which is now as popular as ‘Clash of Clans’, if not more. If you have been playing ‘Clash Royale’ for a while now and you are looking for another game in the similar genre, here is the list of video games similar to Clash Royale that are our recommendations. You can play these games like Clash Royale on PS4 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iphone, Android or even online.
Spellbinders is very similar to Clash Royale, but the complexity has been toned down a little to make it more accessible to players who are new to the genre. There are no cards involved in the game, but the basic goal of destroying your opponent’s base before they destroy ours has been retained. The battlefield design is a lot like Clash Royale, but it has been turned into a left to right layout instead of the top-down style map seen in Clash Royale. You have access to mana and spells, and you can use them to dominate the battlefield. The games are much faster compared to Clash Royale, and the amazing graphics will make you come back for more.
CD Projekt Red is known for its Witcher series of games and Gwent, is a spinoff game from the franchise. Gwent has been a part of the Witcher series as a mini-game, but the standalone title is far more complex and fun. The game also has a single player campaign which is purchasable as a standalone DLC as well (Thronebreaker). While Clash Royale focuses on taking down towers, Gwent focuses on scoring points. The game is very fun, and it has been simplified over time to make it easy to get into. When it first came out, the game had three different rows that you would need to tactically manage, and weather was a threat that you needed to keep in mind as well. Gwent has a number of visual improvements compared to the original card game that we played inside the Witcher games, and it can definitely be a whole lot fun. You have access to online matchmaking to play against the best players in the world, and there are plenty of rewards to grab if you climb up the ranks. The game is available for PC, Xbox One and PS4 with mobile and Nintendo Switch versions expected later in the future.