Supercell, developer of the popular online games "Clash of Clans" and "Clash Royale," introduced on twitter a Clash World-based original series, the "Clash-A-Rama." After weeks of speculations, Supercell finally started handing out their Christmas treats weeks ahead of the widely anticipated December 2016 update.
"Clash-A-Rama" is the first ever animated series to be based on the Clash World and will feature characters from the games "Clash of Clans" and "Clash Royale." Full episodes of the animated series are expected to be launched in December 2016.
— Clash of Clans (@ClashofClans) November 18, 2016
According to Touch Arcade, "Clash-A-Rama" is helmed by prominent animated series veterans. The series' creative talents include personalities from widely successful animated series such as "The Simpsons," "Futurama," and "Spongebob Squarepants." Producer Claudia Katz and writer Rob LaZebnik, both "The Simpsons" veterans, are said to be involved in the new animated series. "Rough Draft," the animation studio that spawned Futurama, is also being linked to "Clash-A-Rama." Voice-actor-extraordinaire Tom Kenny, a.k.a. "Spongebob Squarepants," is expected to lend his million voices to the characters from "Clash of Clans" and "Clash Royale" to life.
As early as the "Clash of Clans" Halloween Event, Clash fans have been clamoring for information regarding Supercell's December update. This thirst for information led to several rumors regarding the possible content of Supercell's annual December update.
The fact that Supercell chose to keep this animated series close to their vest suggests that they have something huge in store for "Clash of Clans" followers. In an earlier report, Supercell is rumored to be introducing new characters and battle features to the game. The new characters include the Red Barbarian King, sea-themed creatures such as mermaids, pirates, and sea monsters, a Goblin Vs Wizards battle feature, and a water-based base called the shipwreck.
This week, "Clash of Clans" players report the occurrences of periodic "maintenance breaks." This is a good reason for "Clash of Clans" fans to be excited since maintenance breaks are tell-tale signs that Supercell is preparing for a new update, or is changing something within the game.
The annual December update has become one of the most anticipated events in "Clash of Clans." Players have come to expect big updates from Supercell. With Supercell coming up with an original animated series based on the Clash World, the game developer certainly outdid themselves. And if this is a preview of the December 2016 update, "Clash of Clans" followers have reasons to believe that the update itself will be as exciting as the just-introduced "Clash-A-Rama."