Supercell announces Shutdown of ‘Clash Mini’

Supercell has decided to end development of the strategic board game, Clash Mini, while servers will shut down from late April onwards. The gradual slowdown of Quality Bar is considered a major reason for discontinued development.

Clash Mini to shut its servers in Late April

Clash Mini
Clash Mini

On the official post, supercell announced the end of Clash Mini development but players can keep clashing for the next 6 weeks until servers shut down. Meanwhile, players can transfer their credits from the game to other games.

Players can transfer in-game purchases to other games

Upon discontinuing, players would no longer have access to Clash Mini but their existing in-game purchases would be transferred to other Supercell games. This includes COC, CR, Brawl Stars, Boom Beach, and Hay Day.

To do so, users can contact the Player Support Team and the transfer will be initiated smoothly.

The last Stage Channel on Discord to take place

To honor the Clash Mini, there will be a Discord Stage Channel where popular content creators will host. A long journey from beginning to end will showcase the game’s evolving nature over the last few months.

Clash Mini experiencing coming to Clash Royale

Clash Royale to get features of Clash Mini
Clash Royale to get features of Clash Mini

Clash Mini Beta has feedback from users and creators for the supercell, which will be merged with Clash Royale shortly. Players might expect the arrival of Mini’s into CR along with Elixir, and Rumble events.

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