As cryptocurrency continues to grow, teams and individuals work every day to bring exciting new developments to fruition. One sector in which several teams are progressing is that of video games. Here are five of the most exciting cryptocurrency games slated to launch in the near future.
Augmentors is a monster farming and fighting game that takes place in an augmented reality environment, Bello Kingdom. Similar to CryptoKitties, players work to breed a collection of virtual characters. However, unlike the Ethereum-based game, Augmentors players must train and fight monsters in order to develop and fuel them. Additionally, players can collect and equip relics and rare items to further strengthen their beasts. All items and monsters are fully transferable and tradeable between players.
Augmentors is currently in Alpha Exclusive. The game uses a Matching Asset (XCP), Databits (DTB) as its native currency. Additionally, monsters and items are XCP assets traded similarly on top of the Bitcoin blockchain.
4. Sarutobi Island
Sarutobi Island is the next manifestation of a growing list of cryptocurrency games under the name Sarutobi. Sarutobi Island is an adventure game in which you play as the monkey Sarutobi, who crashed on an unknown island. From there, you work to complete quests using summoned monsters by combining matching assets, such as Spells of Genesis and Rare Pepes cards.
The game is currently available for download, although only its first chapter can be played. Other chapters are being developed by its creator, Mandel Duck. Special cards and monsters can be purchased to help fund ongoing development.
3. Rare Pepe Party
Rare Pepe Party is a Hearthstone-style collectible card (TCG) game that uses Rare Pepe assets as cards in the deck. Players can trade Rare Pepes to create the optimal deck, as well as collect them through the game. In addition to multiplayer card battles, RPP will offer a single player story mode where players will battle against computers and receive Rare Pepe rewards. .
The game has been in development for over a year, and the Closed Alpha will be released soon and will be available to RAREPEPEPRTY card holders. This card is sold by the developers to fund progress. In addition to early access, cardholders will receive dividends on purchases of boosters once the game goes live.
2. The pixel war
Pixel Wars is the flagship title and cardinal penetration of mobile eSports by GNation. Pixel Wars is a mobile MMORPG where players fight monsters and other players to improve their characters, get better gear, and improve their skills. Pixel Wars is currently in beta and is exclusively available on the GNation mobile app store. When the game is fully launched, it will integrate cryptocurrencies from GNation, GameCredits, and MobileGO so that players can trade items and bet with each other.
Once launched, Pixel Wars will reap the benefits of a giant advertising fund, stored from last year’s MobileGO ICO. The launch is sure to be exciting, because aside from cryptocurrency, gaming represents a truly fun and high-end mobile gaming experience.
1. Football Manager Crypto
Soccer Manager Crypto, announced just days ago, is the hottest development on this list. SMC is the next iteration of the Soccer Manager franchise, a popular simulation game with millions of downloads. Soccer Manager Crypto is extremely exciting because it is the first example of a full-fledged game built directly on blockchain technology. Soccer Manager Crypto will be the first title launched on the Chimaera network, an ecosystem specially equipped to create and connect serverless games entirely on the blockchain.
Like previous Soccer Manager titles, players will manage athletes and work to develop and expand their audience and stadiums. In Soccer Manager Crypto, every asset – from in-game currency to players and stadiums – is wholly owned by players on the Chimaera blockchain and can be traded or transferred freely. This represents the first example of an immersive Play-to-Earn gaming experience. The game is set to launch following the release of the mainnet Chimaera, following a public sale in the second quarter.