Baahubali the Game, a Clash of Clans style MMO crosses one million downloads

'Baahubali The Game', inspired by S.S. Rajamouli's superhit epic, has crossed over a million downloads since the second part of the film was released on 28 April. The multi-player strategy game has been developed by Bengaluru-based Moonfrog Labs in association with the movie "Baahubali" production company Arka Media Works and Graphic India. The game has become the top-most downloaded game and 10th most downloaded app in India.

The game is available in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu and has a small size of 24MB or so, depending on the type of phone the player has. Creator of famed "Farmville" game Mark Skaggs and Aditya Chari, who worked with the "Baahubali" movie, among other artists have contributed to this game.


The game is a Clash of Clans style Massive Multiplayer Online game. Players have to level up their bases, and build better defenses, and at the same time advance their offensive capabilities by unlocking new units and leveling up special powers. The game takes place is the mythical kingdom of Mahishmati, and the overall objective of the single player campaign in the game is to defeat the evil forces of Kalakeya.

The multiplayer component is more interesting, where users have to form alliances, and take down rival alliances through coordinated attacks. The game is available on the Play Store, and has a freemium model. Most of the things in the game can be obtained by grinding through, but those who have the cash to spare and lack the patience can accelerate their progress by purchasing gems.

With inputs from IANS

Published Date: May 11, 2017 02:17 pm | Updated Date: May 11, 2017 02:17 pm