Boom Beach

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Boom Beach
Boom Beach app icon.png
Boom Beach app icon
Developer(s) Supercell
Publisher(s) Supercell
Distributor(s) App Store
Google Play
Platform(s) iOS
Android
Release date(s) Canada
11 November 2013
Wide release
26 March 2014
Genre(s) Strategy

Boom Beach is a freemium ("Free Premium") mobile strategy video game for iOS and Android, developed by Supercell.[1][2][3] It was soft launched in Canada on 11 November 2013[4] and widely released on 26 March 2014.[5][6]

Gameplay[edit]

Boom Beach gameplay

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Players can build their base, upgrading their defenses and other buildings, and unlock troop upgrades. Boom Beach includes single player campaign play as well as the ability to attack other players in multiplayer mode. It has been a top 10 game in 22 countries at its launch. The game pits the player vs. an enemy known as "The Blackguard" who are often represented by Lt. Hammerman.

Apart from the main aspect of the game, there is also a cooperative form where players gather "intel" (by surviving or ordering attacks, or by rewards) which is then used to attack bases.

Currency[edit]

The game also uses a premium currency, diamonds. Diamonds can be awarded for reaching certain milestones and completing certain achievements, but the main way to acquire diamonds is to purchase them using real money. Diamonds may also be aquired by clicking on the treasure boxes when viewing the map. Diamonds can be used to speed up every aspect of the game (except for submarine dives); from construction time, to troop training to armory research. They can also be used to purchase more gold, wood, stone and iron. The only thing that cannot be bought with the diamonds are Powerstones, which are used to boost various aspects of the game like troop health, building health, resources, etc.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Supercell's new title is winning over gamers 29 March 2014 Helsinki Times
  2. ^ What Supercell did next: Boom Beach masters the art of the follow-up 9 April 2014 by Steve El-Sharawy, The Finnsider Pocket Gamer
  3. ^ a b Clash of Clans Dev Releases Boom Beach; The follow-up takes to the islands by Mike Mahardy 27 March 2014 IGN
  4. ^ Boom Beach is Clash of Clans maker Supercell's Clash of Clans clone. Retrieved 10 July 2014.
  5. ^ Clash of Clans dev releases Boom Beach. Retrieved 27 March 2014.
  6. ^ "Boom Beach Description". Play Boom Beach. 
  7. ^ "Boom Beach Resources". Ultimate Boom Beach Guide. 

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