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The team at Lucid Sight are back with yet ANOTHER spectacular announcement. And it’s bigger than you could ever imagine. Major League Baseball (MLB), one of the biggest sports franchises in the universe, is officially entering the crypto games market, and we owe it all to Lucid Sight.
Fuel Bros Digital Ventures are best known for their innovative, and successful blockchain game, Etherbots. The game allows players to collect, build, and duel digital robots on the Ethereum network. Players can buy and sell parts for their bots on the Etherbots marketplace, and use those parts to upgrade their robots and prepare them for battle. Etherbots is especially well known for an incredibly successful presale that raised over 1000 ETH.
Art has always been a core aspect of the games industry. If you’re a gamer, then you’ve most likely, at one point in time, been impressed by the art in a video game. Good art really helps sell the fantasy of the game, and can really help immerse players in the universe they’re playing in.
Age of Chains is a game built on the innovative Counterparty platform. It is also the winner of the Crypto Bit Player’s Choice 2018 awards back in June. Needless to say, it’s an honor to get a chance to talk to the team behind this innovative blockchain game. We got the unique opportunity to learn about the team, their game, and their future!
Last Friday, Super Game Chain hosted their first Meetup together with Nebulas where they discussed the applications of blockchain in games, the future direction of blockchain games, as well as the most strategic and exciting games currently out in the market!
MonsterEOS is known as one of the first to market with a game built on the EOS blockchain. It is very early days for EOS, and teams like MonsterEOS are aiming to test out the capabilities of this new ecosystem.
We don’t know a whole lot about the project, or the team, but fortunately, they did their first interview about their innovative blockchain game.
All in all, there were 10 categories of awards. 6 of them focused on blockchain games, and the other 4 focused on blockchain platforms.
This past weekend Ubisoft hosted their blockchain games hackathon, Blockchain Heroes. The event involved 57 participants, 8 mentors, 12 projects, and 5 judges. The whole event lasted 2 and a half days, and took place at Ubisoft’s Innovation Lab in France.
Earlier this week, the team at Hash Rush announce the alpha signup for their upcoming RTS blockchain game. There are a lot of exciting additions to the game, particularly a combat system as well as a functional marketplace, major graphical improvements, tweaks to the UI, new units, structures and a whole lot more.
The alpha launches July 31, and signup is now live at https://www.hashrush.com/