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Viking Wars

Viking Wars

We could go on and on about the more than 30 different games that are blatant rip-offs from Clash with similar names, but this one is actually worth trying.

It's called Viking Wars and you need to try it. While similar to Clash of Clans, the graphics are better, the gameplay is somewhat different, and users will enjoy a similar but potentially better experience with a few twists.

The Gods of Asgard trained the Vikings, and in this game, you'll be building your own village of Vikings and raiding other tribes. It's a game barely anyone knows about, but the improved graphics, faster gameplay, and real-time defense make it one of the better alternatives. In fact, reviews in the Google Play Store suggest it's a lot better than Clash. That is a big statement, so give it a try today.

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  1. KD

    01/19/2016 at 9:51 pm

    Fortress Legends is a great alternative! It’s a new game that’s quite unique compared to CoC and all the look-alikes. It’s foremost a defense building game. But there’s a strong element of action RPG because you control a hero to raid other players’ base in teams up to four. Your hero levels up, can take on one of four roles (mage, archer, warrior, assassin), be assigned a variety of abilities, and equipped different equipment that comes from forging. The art is well-designed and doesn’t look like a cartoon. Finally, there’s minimal pressure to pay – I’m one of the top players without paid a cent.

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