Five blockchain games you can play to earn

In recent times blockchain has been emerging as an enigmatic game-changer because on section of the people are voraciously investing in the technology where the other part still questioning its existence.Thanks to paradigm shift of gamers midsets, earlier where gamer used to play games for entertainment or as leisure today they are playing or fetching for games to earn from them. 

CryptoKitties, an online game where players adopt and trade virtual cats, went viral soon after its release, and raised a $12.5 million investment, where some kitties were sold for over $100,000 each. Sooner CryptoKitties were added to the ERC-721 standard, and with it NFTs hit the mainstream.Post that there has not been much of a noticeable buzz around blockchain gaming but off lately a JPG file NFT created by American artist Beeple was sold by Christie’s at auction for $69.3 million. Then digital ownership of the first tweet made by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey in 2006 was put up for sale for $3 million and purchased by a Malaysian blockchain company CEO. Since block chain games involving NFT and Cryptocurrency have become a trend. Gaming companies like Zynga,Ubisoft, The Sandbox, and so on have shown interest in the blockchain sector.

If you are interested into blockchain gaming you can try out these block chain games

Gods Unchained: Gods Unchained is a free-to-play tactical card game that gives players true ownership of their in-game items. Led by the former game director of Magic The Gathering: Arena, the game focuses on competitive play, which means players must strategically outsmart their opponents by building decks that are able to combat a wide variety of tactics. In Gods Unchained players completely own their digital items, giving them the freedom to trade, sell and use their cards any way they like – just like owning real, tangible cards.
Axie Infinity: Axie Infinity is a trading and battling game that allows players to collect, breed, raise, battle, and trade creatures known as “Axies” (characters based on axolotl), which are digitised as NFTs. New players need to purchase at least three axies to begin playing. In February 2020, Sky Mavis estimated that the average player had spent around $400 to match this starting requirement. By December 2021, the starting cost for three axies was up to $1,000.The game uses a “pay-to-earn” model (also called “pay-to-play-to-earn” model) where after participants pay the starting costs, they can earn an Ethereum-based in-game cryptocurrency called “Smooth Love Potion” (SLP) by playing. Axie Infinity allows users to cash-out their SLP tokens every fourteen days.This model has been described as a form of gambling and as an unstable market that is overly reliant on the inflow of new players.Participants are able to purchase virtual land and other in-game assets as NFTs.

SorareSorare is a fantasy game of football, where players buy, sell, trade, and manage a virtual team with digital player cards. The game uses blockchain technology based on Ethereum. Players, as managers, compose virtual teams of five football players, from blockchain cards on the Sorare platform. Teams are ranked based on the performance of their players on the real-world soccer pitch, and attributed points, just like traditional fantasy football. Some of the cards are licensed digital collectibles (limited, rare, super-rare and unique cards). The use of blockchain technology means that the digital cards have provable scarcity

Evolution land: Evolution Land is the first Defi+NFT cross-chain game with each continent built on different blockchain networks, such as the first Atlantis continent. The game will have up to 26 continents, each of which is deployed on a different public chain. Four continents have been built so far and have been deployed on Ethereum (Atlantis Continent), Tron (Byzantine), Columbus (Crab Network), Dawning (Heco), and Eden(Polygon). Evolution land has various gameplays, such as management, NFT collection, Gene, Battle, Auction, Breed. It’s still evolving!

F1 Delta Time: F1 Delta Time is a blockchain game on Ethereum. The game centres around the collection and trading of unique Cars, Drivers and Components. F1 Delta Time creates a new paradigm for digital ownership and gaming. Through blockchain, official Formula 1 non-fungible collectible tokens allow players to participate in a play-to-earn gaming ecosystem, where skills are rewarded with real value rewards. All of the core gameplay assets in F1 Delta Time can be wholly owned, traded and sold by players and also used to play the game itself, empowering players like never before.