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01 March 2014
Androidguys.com | Game Insight’s Cloud Raiders Game Review

Being a massive fan of strategy games, when Game Insight recently released their Cloud Raiders game for Android, I had to play it.

You are required to battle armies of sky pirates to defend your base, as well as other players in the game in the PvP mode. You’re able to form clans in Cloud Raiders to cooperate attacks in raids for devastating effect.

Cloud Raiders very much follows the same layout and progression as the popular Clash of Clans, but it’s different enough to stand out on its own. The graphics are brilliant, and it is very responsive, with the gameplay being addictive to want to come back and keep playing.

Cloud Raiders includes bosses and pirate overloads which will test the strength of your base defences and army which can be made up of cannons, troops, and special powers. The game also features an upgrade path, so you can develop your units and builder larger armies for increased attack and defence.

Cloud Raiders is available for free from the Google Play Store for Android, and will soon be released on other mobile and social platforms.