Supercell seems to have patented the distinct look of their games. It’s probably safer to say that they have templates for all the mobile games they release. One of their biggest hits for Android games, Clash Royale has a cartoonish, exaggerated looks about their characters. To come up with cohesive illustrations for characters and environments, Supercell must have worked hard to come up with the right look and feel. The user interface of new Clash Royale cheats is certainly reflected.
The biggest challenge perhaps for designing illustrations and graphics for games like Clash Royale is that the visual elements must not wear down the devices. For some reason, cutesy graphics that Clash Royale seems to have stuck ever since Clash of Clans became one of the biggest mobile games in the world. The formula works so Sueprcell seems to have been sticking with it for a while.
There’s a saying that success breeds resentments but it’s more accurate to correct that by replacing resentments with copycats. This is because due to the massive success of Clash Royale, there are many copycats who support the same style of illustrations and art direction.
The mobile gaming industry is huge but it is still in its infantile stage compared to console and pc gaming. Add to the fact the ease of developing games that anyone in their garage with little programming chops can handle, it makes for a cesspool of environment where developers copy other successful games. With over 2 billion revenue generated in 2015, Supercell certain has all the qualities that many would want to emulate.
Chinese mobile developers are particularly ripe with copycats. After the release of Clash Royale in 2016, the clone of its game with similar graphics and illustrated characters were rife in the Google Play Store. Apple on the other-hand is a bit better about policing the copycat games but Google Play Store seems to allow more leniency when it comes to this type of issue.