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Clash Royale is the most recent game developed by Supercell and it’s totally different from Clash of Clans, although it stars the Royales (CoC characters) and the action takes places in an arena, where each player has three towers and needs to destroy the opponent’s towers using eight cards, within a given time limit. It’s not easy to win, especially if the player is a beginner, but in this article we’ll give them some suggestions on how to play wisely.

In Clash Royale, players are defeating their opponents using cards. There are in total eight cards, and each one may represent a troop, a building or a spell. Some players win by relying on spell cards and building cards, while other use troop cards, but if they don’t come up with a good offensive strategy, then all efforts will be in vain. Some troop cards yield one unit, while others yield more units (two archers or a small army of skeletons), but troops with one unit have more HP and deal more damage. Users will decide whether to send to battle a single unit that dishes out damage and takes it as well, or to use small and numerous units that are weaker. However, they can also combine them, if they are not sure which troop is better at dealing more damage.

A good strategy that works during the first arena of the game involves using spell cards on the towers, but in the succeeding arenas, players should use spell cards to kill enemy troops, so that their troops won’t encounter any resistance.

There are building cards serving as additional defense, while other building cards are spawning troops (Goblin Hut or the Tombstone) which are weaker, but they can be used for defense when enemy troops attack. Together, they can take decent damage and when they don’t meet any resistance, they swarm.

One of the mistakes made by many players is to attack first with all heavy hitters. If the most powerful troops are defeated, players no longer can defend themselves and lose the game. So, it’s better to study opponents’ actions, in order to anticipate their next move.