Clash of Clans Continues Its Ridiculously Cute Animated Saga

Barton F. Graf 9000 Debuts More Funny Ads for Supercell Game

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OK, we're starting to think that these Clash of the Clans characters should have a life beyond spots -- and outside the mobile game. Barton F. Graf 9000 and Psyop director Fletcher Moules have debuted more silly and ridiculously cute ads promoting the Supercell game, including this hilarious 60-second spot featuring the game's Mr. T lookalike Hog Riders heeding a call for aid from one of their brethren -- who happens to have an unexpectedly puny, high-pitched voice.

Another ad shows the small-voiced Rider become enamored by a fleet of hot air balloons that happen to be flying overhead -- only those balloons are manned by the skeletal Wall Breakers who threaten damage to his turf. A new 15-second ad also shows a wave, as only Clash of Clans characters can pull off.

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Credits
Date
May 12, 2015
Agency:
Barton F. Graf 9000 New York
Client:
Supercell
Founder/Chief Creative Officer:
Gerry Graf
Partner/Executive Creative Director:
Scott Vitrone
Copywriter:
Chris Stephens
Art Director:
Kate Overholt Placentra
Producer:
Zack Grant
Head of Integrated Production:
Josh Morse
Account Director:
Kate Faux
Account Supervisor:
Mike Andreozzi
Production Company:
Psyop
Director:
Fletcher Moules
Animation Lead:
Dan Vislocky
CG Lead:
Stephen Delalla
Executive Producer:
Amanda Miller
Producer:
Lucy Clark
Music Production:
Butter Music & Sound
Mix:
Lime Studios/Mark Meyuhas
Music CCO:
Andrew Sherman
Composer:
Mike MacAllister
Music EP:
Ian Jeffreys
Music Producer:
Annick Mayer
Category
Industry
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