‘Clash of Clans’ isn’t for me | Adam Wratten
Everybody around me was playing "Clash of Clans," and I just wasn’t interested. “You’re not playing?” “Join my clan!” “You’ve got to see this game!” So, I did. And, honestly, I’m not terribly impressed. That doesn’t, however, mean I don’t see the draw. I am loathe to admit this, but I played "Farmville" for quite some time. While I never spent any money on it, I did spend loads of time planting and harvesting, working to find the best setups for my farm to make it as easy to progress as I could. I took part in all of the events so I could get the unique decorations around my farm. It was simple fun, something I could pop in and check periodically without having to babysit. "Clash of Clans" follows much in the same vein, but with some different elements. As the chief, it is your job to help your village grow, eventually create or join a clan, and stop any would-be attackers while also winning battles yourself against goblins or other players. It sounds pretty awesome, to be honest, but