Online criminals are reportedly laundering hundreds of thousands of dollars using blockbuster mobile games such as Clash of Clans, Clash Royale and Marvel Contest of Champions, according to a new report by German cybersecurity firm Kromtech.
Creating an army of collectible units and sending them down set lanes to attack enemy bases is all the rage right now. Even the Tom Clancy brand is getting in on the act, though ShadowBreak livens things up by giving the player control of a high-powered sniper rifle.
I think I finally understand what people love about competitive gaming. I've finally played a PvP game with enough dedication to get skilled, to relish victory, to learn from defeat and to make a comeback like the one here.
Today Clash of Clans developer Supercell soft-launched Clash Royale, a competitive multiplayer defence game in which the goal is to spend as much money as possible on virtual cards. At least that's the vibe I'm getting.