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The Clash of Clan players were anxiously waiting for the March update, but when they started playing, they’ve noticed that the game is full of bugs and they started to complain to Supercell. At least they received a new Dark Troop called Bowler, among other improvements.

Besides the new Dark Troop, the Bowler, which throws a large boulder and deals two consecutive hits in a straight line path, other changes that have brought to the March update of Clash Of Clans are: higher Inferno Towers and Mortars, upgrades for Goblins, Valkyrie and the Hog Rider, the spell brewing times and Dark Elixir spell cooking times have been shortened and the matchmaking system has been revamped. From now on, TH10/TH11 players will no longer fight each-other in single player attacks.



But, shortly after the update was released, the players started complaining about the “device not compatible” message that appeared when they were trying to install it after downloading it from the Google Play Store, but this wasn’t only problem that was reported to Supercell. Other players have complained that they couldn’t switch accounts, that the upgrades were taking too long and the game was crashing when they were trying to redesign their bases. Also, during the maintenance, boost timers didn’t pause, that heroes were not triggering traps, that the healers heal rate on Heroes was too high etc.

In total, there are over 40 pages of complaints on the game’s forum and Supercell has assured the players that it will try to fix as many issues as possible.

On March 24 was launched an optional update for iOS and Android and according to the change log, Supercell has fixed the error where the war base edit mode that was crashing when the players were pressing “cancel”, the Air Defense graphics have been tweaked, and the old and new Stars are easier to read on the War Events screen.

If you’ve found other bugs in the latest update for Clash of Clans, you should contact Supercell here: forum.supercell.net/showthread.php/801163-Contact-Supercell-In-Out-of-game.

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