Supercell, the development studio behind the hugely-popular Clash of Clans, has announced Boom Beach for release next month.
In fact, Boom Beach has already launched in both Canada and Australia. It sticks close to Clash of the Clan’s roots but paints a World War II theme over the top, complete with a cartoon asthetic. You’ll have to build up a beach base and then attack your opponent’s digs.
Much like Supercell’s other projects, it will be driven by microtransactions. That approach is apparently working very well for the developer, which earned $101 million in revenue in 2012.
Look for the game to launch in March.
Source: Venture Beat