Play-to-earn games have always had a special place in the crypto industry. Initially most of these games were made on the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain. EOSIO was designed as the faster and more scalable version of Ethereum. Touted as the “Ethereum-Killer”, more and more decentralized applications started using EOS as a base for their games. It also makes it easy for developers to create DAPPs using programming languages such as C++.
The blockchain venture managed to attract a community of developers after a highly successful initial coin offering. The network’s development, however, has somewhat stalled, and new efforts to revive it are only now being made. For blockchain gamers, EOS is appealing because there are no transaction fees, so P2E gamers can send and receive EOS tokens for free. Lets take a look at some of the most popular P2E games the blockchain has to offer.
Users Can Trade Virtual Real Estate in The World’s Largest Blockchain Based Economy, Upland
Upland has been in open beta since 2020, and is available online and on mobile devices (Android and iOS). Game developers describe the game as “the brand new NFT metaverse mapped to the real world.” Users can buy, sell, and trade virtual real estate that corresponds to real-world addresses in this blockchain game.
According to DappRadar data, the game had over 264,000 monthly users as of this writing. As a result of its growth, it has become one of the world’s largest and most dynamic blockchain-based economies. This economy is based on supply and demand, which is driven by the players.
At present, the game takes place in San Francisco and New York. In the future, however, it is planned to keep building and adding cities. This plan is outlined in Upland’s development roadmap, which is available on its website along with its whitepaper. Upland’s smart features and updates enable it to have a higher retention rate and increased daily transactions and wallet usage.
In addition, the game recently partnered with EOS Authority and ClimateCare to ensure blockchain sustainability. The plan is to offset a year’s worth of carbon emissions for the entire EOS Mainnet.
Strategy MMO, Prospectors Lets Players Trade In-Game Gold to Earn Money
A bank lets players deposit and withdraw money, a university lets them upgrade their skills, and other dapps let them integrate. This game has the potential to continue attracting new members through continuous development.
Idle RPG, Crypto Dynasty (EOS) Lets Players Stake TKT Token For EOS Dividends
Crypto Dynasty (EOS) or EOS Dynasty is an idle role-playing game where players send heroes into the Arena to compete with each other. The goal of the game is to get as many castles as possible.
The game has various operations based on smart contracts, such as mining. This generates many exclusive tokens for players. A TKT token from the game can then be staked for EOS Dividend Reward. Monthly, EOS Dynasty had 1,320 players.