Its no secret that I am a big fan of Enjin Coin. I love all the innovation they’ve done. They’ve been performing really well in the market. Still haven’t recovered to their all-time high last 2017 but that’s okay. Most coins haven’t yet. Only BNB so far has sprung to new highs.
Fortunately, I don’t think we will be in a bear market for too long. The fundamentals are in place. On top of that, the technicals are doing pretty well too, I think. At least according to professional trader Mati Greenspan of eToro. He had confirmed via Cointelegraph that the crypto winter is finally over. Besides, the market has been performing pretty well for the last month.
Bottom line is: fundamentals are good. Technicals are good. So What’s going to stop a Bullrun? And if a bull run does break out, I’m very positive that Enjin will soar. Not financial advice but, the company behind this is building a real ecosystem and many game developers are hopping on board already.
In fact, that’s what this video is about in case you haven’t figured it out. So far 29 games have been confirmed to be part of the blockchain multiverse games developed on Enjin. The first of its kind. That does sound epic, doesn’t it? 29 games! And that’s not even the final count.
More will be added soon. And these games are quite different from one another. Which is cool because it will add diversity in your gaming experience. Now it’s a little corny and whatnot. But remember, these are the early days of blockchain. The narration, the storyline, the features, even the gameplay will improve and mature over time. The important part about this is the fact that we are creating a new type of economy in gaming. One where players get to really own their item, free from the clutches of any gaming corporation.
With that being said, I want to highlight Alterverse coz this is so interesting. It is a 17 in 1 multi-universe game. There’s so much in this that I don’t know, but so far they feature dinosaurs, spacemen, world creation, goblins. Man, this is crazy. They say its been 7 years in the making. The game features 4 available in-game modes: battle royal, solo raids, alliance raids, and adventure quests.
Of course, your items can travel between games; and all the assets will be stored in the Enjin Wallet. Another cool thing is that they allow players to own private servers and be able to make money, for all you die-hards out there. Man! I used to say Decentraland had no competitor in their niche, but now after seeing Alterverse, I think they should be on their toes otherwise they’ll be outdone.
Another game in the multiverse is War of Crypto. It is a PvP multiplayer game that features unique traceable heroes that evolve. It is set in an epic fantasy world facing imminent doom. The gameplay looks neat; it’s not bad for a mobile game. But considering the fact that its a blockchain game, it’s very interesting.
Now, this is 9 Lives Arena. It’s very different from the previous examples as it is a console PVP game which will be available on PlayStation and Xbox, as well as PC. So you get to create your own unique character on the blockchain with advanced customization features like Bloodline, spirit animal, special abilities, weapons. Cool stuff And check this out Heroes don’t lose lives during training and friendly duels.
To compete on the leaderboards you need to fight in the 9Lives Arena where every victory counts and losing means the loss of life! When you eventually run out of lives, your character dies and turns into a statue that displays all his achievements and can be placed in your training arena. So all your dead characters are going to be displayed forever huh? Wow! That’s really a challenge.
I’m not sure if I’m up for permadeath considering these characters and items have real intrinsic value, you know what I mean. There’s Enjin underneath these items. I wonder if you can still liquidate them. But nevertheless, an interesting experiment. Let’s see if it plays out well enough. There are lots of games anyway and I’m sure some of them will flop, but that’s expected.
So I’m not going to go over all the games since you could just check each of them one by one on the website, which I’ll leave a link down below. But what’s important to realize is that there are different genres in these 29 games. You won’t get bored. Age of Rust is a 3d RPG sci-fi game.
Forest Knight is a turn-based strategy adventure game. Born to the Sky is really innovative and smart. Its racing game where players get to experience what it’s like to fly on a wingsuit, kinda like Falcon in the Avengers. I’m excited about this game because it allows you to manoeuvre through the futuristic skylines of iconic cities like New York and Paris.
In order to keep the game 100 percent free, it will feature traditional advertisements like billboards and posters. That’s smart. Anyway, there are a lot more games built on the multiverse and more games will be added. The other best part is the fact that there are multiple games that you can use your items for, not just one.
For instance, this item, in particular, the forge hammer. In the multiverse lore, these were made by fifty hundred titans and scattered across five dimensions of space-time. Shit! Now, these hammers can be found in CryptoFights, Cats in Mechs, Age of Rust, 9Lives Arena, and many more.
And there are many more items just like it. All powered by Enjin Coin. Enjin Coins guys. Honestly, I still don’t hold any. Maybe this month I’ll finally be able to buy some. For anyone who wants to donate I would very much appreciate it so I can have my first Enjin Coins.
Anyway, I’ll see you on the flipside.
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