All publications by tag «Supercell»
Iran blocks Clash of Clans over concerns that people might use in-game voice chat to coordinate protests
Clash of Clans, one of Supercell’s biggest hits, has been blocked in Iran. The country’s authorities fear that people may be using voice chats to coordinate protests that have been going for weeks.
Supercell removes its games from app stores in Russia and Belarus, suspending their further support
Supercell, a world-famous mobile developer and publisher, has taken the next step in its support of Ukraine. The company decided to remove all of its games from digital storefronts in Russia and Belarus.
Supercell CEO calls Nintendo “our inspiration,” saying concept of small teams was big mistake
Supercell has always been known for its ability to develop games by small teams and kill the least successful of them. CEO Ilkka Paananen, however, has realized this concept was nothing but a big mistake on his side.
Supercell invests €13 million in HypeHype, platform for creating and remixing mobile games
HypeHype, formerly known as Frogmind, has raised €13 million from Supercell. The company will spend this investment to develop and support its own platform, which allows users to create and remix their own mobile titles.
Supercell launches open beta of co-op builder Everdale, its first new IP since Brawl Stars
Everdale, co-op builder set in a fantasy world and developed by Supercell, has just been released in soft launch. If the game survives until the global release, it will become the first new IP from the Finnish company since 2017.
Supercell announces 3 new Clash mobile games that are ‘nothing like’ prior titles
On April 2, Supercell made a major announcement about working on three new mobile games based on its famous Clash franchise. The company also notes that these titles will be different from any other game it has released.
Supercell must pay $8.5 million for infringing Gree’s patents
A federal jury in Marshall, Texas, ruled that Supercell’s titles like Clash of Clans, Clash Royale and Brawl Stars infringe four patents held in the US by Japanese studio Gree. Supercell will now have to pay $8.5 million in royalties to Gree.