Supercell to merge Clash Mini with Clash Royale after not meeting “quality bar” 

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Supercell finally bids goodbye to its auto-battler title from its Clash Universe franchise amid efforts to reduce running costs. 

Finnish mobile game developer Supercell is a masterclass in terms of staying power in the gaming community. The developers have many successful games in their portfolio, from its earliest titles, Hay Day and Clash of Clans, to blockbuster titles like Brawl Stars

However, Supercell’s story is not only about successes. The mobile game behemoth also has its fair share of unexpected turnouts and trashed developments, with the most recent addition to this lineup being the auto-battler Clash Mini. 

Initially released in 2021 as a part of Supercell’s three-game introduction, Clash Mini’s beta version is only available in select regions. However, upon recent concerns over the company’s financial fate, the developers decided to pull the plug on its development. 

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Clash Mini bids heartfelt goodbye

In their official announcement, “Clash Mini Ending Development,” Supercell initially intended to make Clash Mini the “best game we could.” 

However, two years after its release, its developers claim that Clash Mini failed to meet the team’s expectations even after a series of improvements and feedback. 

Beyond the concerns over the game’s quality, Supercell also initially released an announcement regarding its stature as a company. Aside from falling outside the Top 10 mobile game developers of 2023, Supercell also stagnated in growing their current games and producing new content. 

While their current top game, Brawl Stars, takes most of the limelight, other Supercell titles are reeling in only enough income to stay afloat or avoid being shut down. The company’s cash flow is among the reasons why Supercell has seemingly stopped introducing new game titles since 2018. 

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But the developers won’t just simply close its doors to dedicated players and fans of Clash Mini. Supercell introduced ways of absorbing the game into Clash Royale and recompensating the players through other games. 

Supercell will allow players to transfer their in-game purchases in Clash Mini to other live titles including Clash of Clans, Brawl Stars, and Hay Day.

The servers of Clash Mini will officially close in late April, and players will be unavailable to download from the app or Google Stores after this period. Players may also participate in the Discord Server discussion with the developers on their decision behind Clash Mini’s goodbye.

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