The Gold Award-winning freemium strategy game, Clash of Clans, has wooed us over here at PG, and we dare say that it has gripped many of you as well.

But, not all of you. The reason for that being the game is only available on iOS devices at the moment.

But, developer Supercell held a fan meeting in San Francisco last night, where it announced the limited beta for the Android version of Clash of Clans.

Information on this limited beta, and whether you'll be able to apply to be a part of it, isn't available yet. We're expecting a bigger, official announcement from Supercell, maybe even later today.

Reportedly, Supercell CEO Ilkka Paananen said that the Android version was born out of a desire to hit the Asian market with the already highly popular game. Android is much more prevalent in Asia than iOS.

There's no word on when to expect Clash of Clans to available to everyone on Android, but as it's in beta, the wait shouldn't be too long.

In our review we said that Clash of Clans is "a very appealing package with surprisingly deep layers of strategy to dig through".

If you haven't tried it out on your iOS device yet, you can do so by heading over to the App Store [download], where it's free to download and play.


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