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Everdale Ditches Clash of Clans Battles For Cooperative Gameplay

Supercell, the developer behind the crazy popular Clash of Clans and Brawl Stars has announced its new game called Everdale. Those of you who have wanted to play Clash of Clans but are turned off by the PvP gameplay might just fall in love with Everdale. Instead of being solely focused on PvP battles, the game is a cooperative city builder.

What sets Everdale apart from other city and town builders is that instead of building alone, you will do it alongside other players. Supercell says that right from the start the developer set out to create a city builder where the player won’t fear being attacked. It is all about working together to build a peaceful city in a peaceful world alongside other players.


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Everdale is definitely a big departure from Supercell’s other mobile games but hopefully, those who want a change will enjoy the flow of the experience. The developer definitely knows how to create an addictive mobile experience so expect the same grind in Everdale. The mobile game is also free so you can bet your bottom it will be riddled with microtransactions.

Your village is actually part of a larger valley, where you and nine other players work together to build a big, wondrous utopia. In the valley, you’ll meet an eclectic cast of characters, make handcrafted goods, and trade with merchants from far off lands. More still, you can jump into local adventures, and level up your villagers at the esteemed valley guilds.

Supercell says that Everdale is currently rolling out in certain regions on iOS and Android. At the moment, the game is available in Canada, UK, Nordics, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Phillippines and Malaysia. Players in other regions can expect to see Everdale launch soon. Take a look at the developer deep dive down below:

Source: Supercell

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