World of Ether Will Become The Biggest Ethereum Game in History.
Like Babe Ruth when he pointed with 2 fingers toward center field, ignoring the Cub’s bench (who was riding him mercilessly) he called the shot. We all know what happened next.
We are calling this one.Barring any sort of development issues, a delayed release or something unexpected.. World Of Ether will become the biggest game in ETH history. By a long shot. You heard it here first.
Commonly misspelled “crypto collectable,” these blockchain games have blown up in revenue as they show actual decentralized applications (dapps) working on a public blockchain.
Launch Is Upon Us
World of Ether is 6 weeks into development of their dapp, with a launch planned at the end of March.
The game released its egg presale on 1/15/18 and sold almost $500,000 of eggs in its first 48 hours.
The eggs can be hatched into monsters upon release of the full game. These monsters can be battled, bred, or sired and sold for real ETH, with substantial advantages added for people who purchase eggs in the presale.
The game is being lauded as highly stylized and one of the only few crypto collectibles to not use procedurally generated art. It’s being designed to compete artistically with top mainstream video games.
Partnership With Coinbase
Well, folks, the team at World of Ether has officially partnered with Coinbase’s app, Toshi. Toshi is a mobile browser for the Ethereum blockchain, and it allows users on their mobile devices to interface with decentralized applications (dApps).
This is huge news for egg holders as originally the game could only be accessed via desktop, with MetaMask. With this new partnership, users can play World of Ether anywhere.In an interview with CryptoCurrencyNews the game’s Head of Product, Ram Berrouet, said:
“We really like how Toshi makes crypto accessible for the masses. We’re hoping that World of Ether will get many who wouldn’t previously be interested in crypto, interested and that through mobile, it’ll be very easy for these people to join.”
It’s been a few weeks since World Of Ether announced it’s partnership with Coinbase’s Toshi, which brought functionality to mobile devices. The partnership is now active.
World of Ether is now listed in Toshi’s Featured section. The game can now be translated into English, French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
Last week, World of Ether launched their Affiliate program that rewards users in $100 USD worth of Ether, for each egg that has been sold.Up to this point, most games are still simple in game mechanics and copy a template from previous games (oftentimes CryptoKitties)
World of Ether (https://worldofether.com/) created a new template and recently became the most anticipated of these games. Crypto-gamers are paying a minimum of .65 ETH just to start.
The game is founded by the co-founder of the largest Ethereum meetup group in the world, and his brother, who’s a senior developer at GitHub.
Why Do We Think It Will Be A “Monsterous” Success?
Because it’s fu*#ing awesome.
It looks great, it’s a phenomenal idea, and could be slightly addicting
In it, “explorers” battle, breed, and collect monsters. Explorers can earn ETH by selling and siring monsters. Explorers can level up, gain experience from battling, and get permanent credit for discovering a new monster.Store, sell and breed your valuable Etherians on the Ethereum blockchain where they are held safe and securely.
Use ETH to buy eggs and discover hundreds of new monsters.Breed your way to a legendary monster, or buy an egg and test your luck. World of Ether is filled with many Etherians waiting to be discovered.
Be the first to discover a new species and get rewarded.
In World of Ether, users can battle, breed, and sell a variety of monsters, creating a rich world to interact with.
Games that use blockchain have many advantages. With World of Ether, the monsters live on the Ethereum blockchain in a way that is truly decentralized. This gives the game several advantages:
- New breeds of monster can be discovered by users and when a user discovers a monster, that user is forever credited as being the discoverer of that monster.
- The market decides how many monsters come into existence, and the founding team cannot create monsters out of thin air, thereby devaluing existing monsters (something that happened with CryptoKitties, for example).
- The market decides on the price of all types of monsters.
- Battle results cannot be manipulated and altered.
There are five types of monsters, each with different advantages and strategies: Sun, Ocean, Life, Death, and Astral.
- There are four grades of rarity: common, uncommon, rare, and legendary. Legendaries are extremely difficult to obtain, very powerful, and valuable. Few players will ever encounter them, though players will be able to look into our smart contracts and see the secret to creating them.
- Battling gives users experience, which allows them to increase their chances of breeding these rare monsters.
- World of Ether is translated into Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, and French. CryptoKitties, by comparison, was only in English.
- The game began pre-selling eggs at midnight of 1/15/18.
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Here’s a video showing how to purchase an egg:
With each egg sold, the next egg rises in price by .00035 ETH. When the full version of WoE is released, eggs increase in price by 15% to encourage reliance on the marketplace, that is those who bought in the eggsale and whose eggs hatched.The full version of World of Ether will be released in Q1, 2018.
We just picked up 17 Eggs To Start The Game. Eggs Automatically Appreciate 15% on release day.. and God forbid you end up with some uncommon or rares once they hatch.. you could be on the receiving end of some serious ETH!
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The game is one of the only few to not use procedurally generated art. Everything in it is custom made, and highly stylized. It’s being designed to compete artistically with top mainstream video games.
With no outreach, the game went viral on social media, and sold half a million dollars of presale assets in just its first two days of release.One of their new whales came in on Friday, buying $22,000 of presale assets to use in the main game.
A week before, the game announced a partnership with Coinbase’s Toshi.Most crypto collectible games are only in English. World of Ether is the first to be translated into Chinese, Russian, Korean, Japanese, French, and Spanish.
EtherCraft, another popular crypto-game, comes close, being translated into Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.As happened with CryptoKitties, there have already been 4 games that have used World of Ether’s HTML as a template for their own.
Presale Ending Soon
At the end of Q1, 2018, upon launch of the full game, the presale and affiliate program will end. At this time, eggs jump in price by 15% in order to increase reliance on the monster marketplace.
In the full game, all presale eggs will be able to be hatched into monsters that can be bred, battled to increase the player’s level which unlocks the ability to breed rarer and more powerful monsters, sired for ETH, and sold on the marketplace for ETH- in a system that could end up being quite profitable for players.
The egg presale owners will be populating the marketplace with monsters, which new players are incentivized to purchase by there being a very high egg price. Presale monsters also have a shorter breeding cooldown period.So what are you waiting for?
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