New Chapter of On-chain Gaming

Unlocking the Full Potential of Blockchain Gaming with 2.0

The Evolving Landscape of Blockchain Games

Blockchain games are nowadays more like actual “games” with more attractive graphics and more interesting gameplay loops rather than just about grinding. In addition, onboarding processes are becoming Web2-user-friendly as an increasing number of Web3 games are accessible via Web2 distribution platforms such as Google Play and AppStore. Project teams and Web3 investors are marching towards mainstream adoption, eyeing a slice of over $300 billion market for traditional video games. However, by doing so, Web3 games are merely positioning themselves to face against much more competitive Web2 gaming market contended by gaming tycoons such as Blizzard, Square Enix, and Ubisoft, etc., while neglecting what makes blockchain games special in the first place.

The Rise of Fully On-Chain Games

Pioneers including Crypto Kitties showed us what blockchain game would look like and Axie Infinity put assets on-chain as NFTs and created an opened liquid game-finance leads us into the era of blockchain gaming. However, the current blockchain games are not technically all about the originality of blockchain. While the common GameFi merely puts props and assets on the blockchain, a fully on-chain game stores all game logic and data on the blockchain. We are witnessing an explosively growing attention on fully on-chain games as Dark Forest getting recognized by more and more people in addition to a group of Web3 native developers and players.

The Unique Advantages of Fully On-Chain Games

In addition to openness and digital asset ownership, the incomparable advantages of fully on-chain games over traditional GameFi games are unfolding themselves. For example, transparency: with game logic being put on the blockchain, everyone can observe game operation status through the deployment of contracts on chain, preventing the violation and cheating behaviors of speculators from reaping excessive profits. Apart from that, fully on-chain games come with extraordinary composability. As the core game logic developed on chain belongs to the backend codes, different functions can be seamlessly called from various modular smart contracts to realize multiple gameplay illustrations. Last but not least, since fully on-chain games are composed of codes deployed on the blockchain as smart contracts, the designated blockchain is equivalent to a central server. The fully on-chain games will maintain running as long as the blockchain functions well.

Pioneering the Infrastructure for the Next Generation of Blockchain Gaming

To accelerate the transition to fully on-chain gaming, focuses on the building the next-generation core infrastructure of blockchain gaming, applying technologies such as AA and zero-knowledge proof and integrating blockchain game engines. Despite the current limitations of blockchain technology, such as low TPS (Transactions Per Second), high entry barrier, and lack of interoperability between different chains, aims to create a new gaming network with unparalleled infrastructure and on-chain performance for designers, developers, and players to unleash their passions and creativities.

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