Clash Mini is another game that failed to reach the high standards of Supercell. The Finnish company announced that it will shut down Clash Mini servers at the end of April and remove the title from mobile app stores.

Clash Mini

In the near future, Clash Mini will stop in-game sales. Users will be able to transfer already purchased items to other Supercell projects: Clash of Clans, Clash Royale, Hay Day, Boom Beach and Brawl Stars.

"Since the launch of the beta version of Clash Mini, we have tried to accomplish one simple task - to make the best game we are capable of. Our dream is to create great games that will be played by as many people as possible for years and that will be remembered forever. Today we decided to stop developing Clash Mini, which was a good game, but not the one we dreamed of," Supercell wrote on its official blog.

Nevertheless, Supercell will not completely abandon the Clash Mini. As the company explained, the game still has high potential. In addition, many gamers and Supercell employees like it. Therefore, Supercell decided to make Clash Mini part of Clash Royale.

Supercell introduced the Clash Mini in April 2021 at the same time as the turn-based strategy game Clash Quest and the isometric action game Clash Heroes. Nothing is known about the fate of Clash Heroes (the latest news about it was in November 2021), and Clash Quest ceased to exist in September 2022.

According to AppMagic, over the entire time, Clash Mini earned $2.3 million on IAP and collected 2.68 million downloads.

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