Blockchain games are really starting to take off. Since the inception of the genre with CryptoKitties, they have transcended past the novel idea of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and owning an item forever and now look set to start disrupting the mainstream gaming industry.
More and more blockchain games are emerging each day, and it can be hard to know which ones are worth keeping an eye on. Here is a list of Coin Rivet’s most promising blockchain games in 2019.
Whether you’re a fan of first-person shooters, fantasy role-playing games, sports games, or even trading card games, there’s something on this list for you.
Age of Rust
Age of Rust is just one of the many blockchain games to be part of Enjin’s Multiverse – an infinite amount of gaming universes which all coexist. Items from one game will be usable in another, demonstrating the true power of non-fungible tokens.
US developer SpacePirate Games has been working on the development of the game since mid-2017. It is a post-apocalyptic and dark sci-fi game where the player is tasked with exploring abandoned space stations and mysterious caverns. While on their journey, the player will unlock puzzles and secrets to guide them further into the ever-expansive Age of Rust universe.
The player will also have the chance to earn crypto-items and cryptocurrency while solving puzzles. This twinned with its inclusion in the Multiverse makes it a promising game to keep an eye out for.
— Age of Rust (@SpacePirate_io) April 13, 2019
While Age of Rust is a sci-fi game with stunning graphics, Chainmonsters.io is a blockchain game that revels in nostalgia.
Inspired by the classic Japanese role-playing game series Pokémon, Chainmonsters looks to reinvent the old into something new. Underpinned by blockchain technology, it truly entwines…