You can use apps like CashForApps, FreeMyApps and other stuff like that to get free gems but as for gold and elixir, you'll need to raid them or buy with gems. There's no such thing as cheats/hacks, they don't work.
I bought a used iPad to my co -worker last year and during that time I created my 2nd account and I noticed that the iTunes account is from my co-worker. I have no problem in the beginning coz he gave me his password but when I relocated from California to Connecticut the password has been changed. Is it possible that I can transfer that account to my own gmail account?
Yeah, at the profile. It was just something I noticed, not something that is really important. You don't have to change it if you don't want to. It wouln't really sound good with, "For being a good person." :)
Just out of curiosity, have you had any experience with Wall Breakers vs. Tier 1 troops? I realize they do splash damage of reasonable range, but the only troop of similar level a single Wall Breaker can kill is an Archer, and that's only once they both reach level 4. And most often I would expect that the Wall Breaker may not even reach its target, which means it inflicts no damage at all (especially against Archers who can hit it from range).
But I am speaking purely from conjecture; I haven't spent any time with or against Wall Breakers on defense, so perhaps I am missing something.
The only time it works is when my enemy put down all his/her barbarians on a single spot and 5 wall breakers came out to kill them. That happens a long time ago. Since then, I don't receive more wall breakers in my clan castle.
This is off topic, however, I can't click on my notification. Is it normal?
How about saying something some version of that, then, as opposed to "they are good for dealing with Tier 1 troops"? That fits with more of what I would think Wall Breakers' effectiveness would be.
I would say that your notification experience is not normal, but Wikia has been playing around with notifications lately so it's fairly likely it's something on their end. Give it a little while and if it isn't fixed, submit a bug report at Special:Contact.
It does. It's certainly more real-time than e-mail (and yes, I know GMail has an IM-like feature as well but Skype seems to work better), and it's a lot more convenient if you want to just leave it open in the background on your computer.