Clan N is an arcade brawler out today on iOS and Android | Articles

After a couple of delays saved the sport off cell shops, Cremative has launched cell variations of its epic arcade brawler Clan N into the wild.

Clan N is fast-paced, combining traditional arcade gameplay with fashionable brawler motion. You use quite a lot of assaults, mixed with dodging and blocking, to slice via a variety of enemies.

Set in an historic Far East world, Clan N is a couple of samurai group sworn to guard the realm from those that search to destroy it. The members of the group encompass the ninjato-wielding ninja Akira, the staff-striking Reina, the twin sword swinging Daiki, and the sickle slashing monk Tarou.

Each character within the clan uncovers their very own particular magical talents which helps them battle the forces of evil. For instance, Akira shoots pulse-filled lightning bolts whereas Reina controls vicious earthquake shocks. Daiki swirls up brutal twister waves and Tarou can name for assist from divine dragons.

Altogether there are seven completely different ranges in Clan N, divided into greater than 50 subsections and that includes a various vary of enemies who accompany harmful bosses and informal mini-games that are built-in into the primary crux of the gameplay.

Clan N additionally has co-op too if you wish to be a part of up with three associates and take the brawling motion on-line.
The sport was initially slated to launch at Christmas final yr, however the date was pushed ahead to January. It then acquired one other delay, additional bringing to launch this month. It seems to be like the sport is lastly out there for cell customers to get their arms on.

You can obtain Clan N from the iOS App Store and the Google Play for Android retailer today, the place it is a free to play title containing adverts and in-app purchases.

Read our list of the best action games available on Google Play.

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