Almost five years have passed since the ultimate iOS & Android game, Clash of Clans got released. Until today it’s still within top strategy mobile games because of its addictive gameplay which millions of players worldwide enjoy.
This time we will show you a method to get unlimited amounts of resources which are necessary to succeed in this game. These are called Gems (Most important and powerful ones from all of them). Others are Gold and Elixirs. But with first mentioned green diamonds you can easily buy coins and elixirs as many as you want. These resources are used to recruit troops & army to battle or defense, to build all kind of buildings for war or your base, to purchase armor and weapons for your warriors and such.
Application we mentioned earlier is the working Clash of Clans gems generator hack / mod which creates as many of these currencies as you like to your account. Developers make it fully ban-protected by adding special proxy plugins inside it which make its connection spoofed like it comes from real account which normally buys (more…)
Not so long ago, I started using virtual tabletop application more and more for war gaming. Not because I have left my previous figures. More it has been a combination of factors, including I’ve got semi-bankrupt after rebuilding my new house, and the fact that the area I have set aside for wargaming just won’t be ready for another year.
So all my terrain and figures sit in neatly packed boxes down in the garage, while I try and scrape together some funds to renovate that garage and get some working electricity down there, plug the leaks form the well, replace the windows, clear out the nest of scorpions in there, and a variety of other jobs that take both time and money. Mostly money.
As a result, I’ve turned to my PC to get my one fix. And that is where virtual tabletop software came to light. AHA! I thought to myself. I’ll put this stuff through its paces and see if it is any good for gamers. What follows are my findings.
Why Should I Wargame With Virtual Tabletops?
OK, let’s start with the reasons why this is a tool that can form part of your wargaming toolbox. These are based on my using virtual tabletop app for almost a year, and in (more…)
While exploring around the Internet I stumbled by this interesting gem – the Field of Glory Card Game by Treefrog Games.
The deck consists of 105 cards, that are split on 48 red army ones, 48 blue army and nine terrain cards. There are five terrain cards and then you use your army deck to try to control at least three of them to win the game.
The armies in the game are identical (although it is obviously ripe for expansion) and cover troops from the 2nd Punic War. The game should play in about 30 minutes and has simplified rules that any Field of Glory player should be familiar with. (more…)