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Nezumi's Underground Room / 4 Reasons Why Blockchain Gaming can make money
« Last post by jakina boaza on March 05, 2023, 01:37:15 am »
 Play to Earn
Since were on the subject of earning, herein lies the equally important feature that allows blockchain games to surpass a traditional gaming experience. Many, if not all, blockchain games feature a built-in economy that rewards players for their participation.
For example, Fairy Cat (Fairycat .net) is a blockchain-based game in which players adopt magical cats called Fairy Cats and collect treasures with them. Players who complete daily quests will earn an in-game currency, called Gold Diamond (GD). GD can be exchanged for Tether token (USDT). Unlike conventional in-game items, each Fairy cat and item can be traded on the games marketplace for real money.
Fair & Balanced Gaming Experience
Gaming is supposed to be fun and fair for every player. However, a strong element of cheating occurs in traditional gaming that sucks the joy right out of it. Thankfully, the decentralized nature of blockchain games makes it impossible to implement cheat codes. Moreover, its virtually impossible to hack a blockchain game, further adding to its overall security for players.
Players Govern the Gaming Ecosystem
In the world of centralized or traditional video games, the critical decisions surrounding the game and its development are handled exclusively by the developers themselves and the company or select major investors that finance the project. Such is not the case with blockchain games. In the latter, the platforms native token holders control the balance of power through governance rights, which enables them to vote on gaming concepts, upcoming features, and the projects overall direction.
Possibility of Passive Income
Its safe to assume that we all dream of a life where our money can earn us more money, but did you ever suspect that a video game would one day make this dream a reality? Incredibly, blockchain game developers wasted no time implementing several features that allow players to earn while they play and earn while they arent playing. In games like Fairy Cat, players will have various forms of playing to choose from, including adopting their magic cat and collecting daily passive income, fusion the new cat, doing daily quest, selling their collected items and cats in the marketplace.
The ever-improving gameplay, increased security measures, and play-to-earn models of blockchain games point to this industry growing steadily over the traditional pay-to-play game sector. Fairy Cat is proud to be at the forefront of this rapidly rising segment and plenty of avenues for players to increase their profit-earning potential.

To connect with Fairy Cat:
Website: https://fairycat .net
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Nezumi's Underground Room / Blockchain game series 'storms' in 2022 - 2023
« Last post by jakina boaza on March 04, 2023, 01:50:55 am »
After the success of the "billion-dollar game" Axie Infinity, the Blockchain-based game is expected to shine with a series of groundbreaking projects. Let's take a look at the Blockchain game series that is "storming" in 2022-2023


STEPN is a Blockchain game of the Move-to-Earn (moving to earn) genre. In particular, this is the first game of this genre to be released in the world. The project focuses on building towards the GameFi market and the Metaverse virtual world.
Promising to bring a new wave to the GameFi model, STEPN is inspired by daily walking and exercise. When participating in this game, users only need to move to earn money. More specifically, with the STEPN app, you will be able to walk for exercise and earn money. However, to do this, participants will need to equip a pair of specialized NFT Sneakers. Accordingly, when performing activities such as walking, jogging, ... users will receive the corresponding number of tokens in the game. This partly creates a sense of excitement and joy when people practice sports.
Fairy Cat

Fairy Cat is a virtual pet blockchain game Play to earn. The Fairy Cat Blockchain Game offers players and investors a very unique opportunity to collect, trade, battle and earn rare assets that greatly increase their income.
Players can discover and adopt magical cats with different levels and powers called Fairy Cats. Fairy Cats and all other in-game items will be stored as NFTs with a 1:1 equivalent of USDT in the player's wallet and thus can be sold for profit and freely traded. In addition, the Blockchain game Fairy Cat will apply DeFi mechanism to the platform, allowing users to freely provide liquidity, exploit liquidity and trade on the system. Just like Pokemon, Fairy Cats have many different types and attributes, each with their own strengths and weaknesses that gamers can strategize to adopt to be able to harvest as many items as possible.
Promising to bring a new wave to the GameFi model, Fairy Cat is a project with a long-term roadmap, derived from a small project in the program Aid for feral cats in the world.

Crabada is a Blockchain Play-to-Earn game launched in November 2021 with a quite attractive and interesting experience. Joining the game, users can rediscover the prosperous ancient Hermit-Crab Kingdom once ruled by Crustaco, king of Crabada and participate in exploration, mining, breeding, crafting... to expand force.
All Crabada operate on Blockchain technology so players have full control over their assets. All in-game interactions on Crabada are transparently handled on-chain, including live events.
Players will need to spend about 3,900 USD just to get started. Blockchain Game Crabada is an extremely profitable game, but its high barrier to entry makes it difficult for the average player to participate.
Defi Kingdoms

Blockchain Game Defi Kingdoms was born with the idea of ​​a combination of the DeFi project that captures the full potential of Blockchain in the form of a game. DeFi Kingdoms is built on the Harmony (ONE) Blockchain to take advantage of the safe, fast and extremely low transaction fees from the platform. The universe of DeFi Kingdom is a combination of games, DEX and Liquid Pool. Accompanying that is the presence of a variety of NFTs that play an important role in the game; all take place in the context of an ancient fantasy world with pixel art.
Like other Play-to-Earn titles, players can earn rare NFT items with economic value in DeFi Kingdoms and use them on quests for even more rewards.
The real game begins when you buy a Hero from Agent Selina (i.e. the secondary market for NFTHero). These are characters who can work in multiple professions (miner, gardener, gatherer, fisher) for rewards, embark on "Adventure" and "Career" quests, and finally Fight together or other enemies in future updates.
Conference Room / Best Play-to-Earn Games with NFTs or Crypto
« Last post by boaza jakina on February 24, 2023, 01:15:25 am »
Best Play-to-Earn Games with NFTs or Crypto
Play-to-earn games (P2E) do what traditional video games dont reward players for their time and effort spent in the game. After all, the players do create game content simply by participating and providing interactions for other players.
And while many games have switched to the phrase play and earn, or the term web3, the idea remains the same the ability to own game items as NFTs, and the ability to earn while playing in some manner. Sometimes those two things are the same. Sometimes not.
But what is the same, is that each P2E game offers a way for players to be rewarded for their in-game activity. Some P2E games will require an initial investment, while others are free to play. But whatever your interest, there is something in the world of blockchain gaming to cover it. And though many games are still in development, they range from simple web games, to mobile, to FPS, to galaxy-spanning strategy games, to MMOs, and more! Keeping track of all of them can be a tough job, and so were here to help!
Below are a few recommendation as well as our (ever growing, and ever updated) list of web3 enabled games with same basic info as well as links to our articles and game guides!
About The Sandbox
The Sandbox is an interconnected world of unique game experiences. With land plots of varying sizes, each land owner can build their own creations using a visual game builder. The Sandbox is still in alpha testing, but if youre interested in play-to-earn games, this should definitely be on your radar. Check out our full The Sandbox review to learn how to get started.

About Axie Infinity
Axie Infinity is the most important game developed on a blockchain thus far. The game focuses on breeding, collecting, and battling creatures named Axies and using them to explore the World of Lunacia. At its peak, the marketplace was making millions in sales every day, and Axies were selling for thousands of dollars each.

About Gods Unchained
Gods Unchained is a collectible, fantasy, and trading card game built on the Ethereum network. Its free to play, easy to get started, and offers play-to-earn opportunities right out of the gate.

About fairy cat
Fairy Cat gamefi fairycat .net is a virtual pet blockchain game Play to earn. The Fairy Cat Blockchain Game offers players and investors a very unique opportunity to collect, trade, battle and earn rare assets that greatly increase their income. Fairy Cats and all other in-game items will be stored as NFTs with a 1:1 equivalent of USDT in the player's wallet and thus can be sold for profit and freely traded.

About Iluvium
Illuvium is actually a suite of games set in the same universe. Illuvium Arena is a PvE, auto-battler, survival contest with leaderboards, Illuvium Zero features base building and NFT crafting for Illuvium Zero, the main game. In Illuvium Zero players wander the land in search of Illuvials to capture. All three games are currently in alpha testing.
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Karan's Bakery / Re: Bodacious Nezumi quotes
« Last post by Kai on November 26, 2018, 01:40:00 pm »

Thanks to your glorious title, I now have a mental image of Nezumi as young Keanu Reeves in Bill and Ted.

I present you (pseudo) life action dudes: Rikiga, Shion and Nezumi?

I have thankfully never heard the dub and I'm not sure now if I should do so or not...
Karan's Bakery / Re: No.6 cosplay
« Last post by Kai on November 26, 2018, 01:07:48 pm »
It's a double post, but to bring it back after woah, two years!

I like to think that my cosplay game has progressed a little bit. Unfortunately however I no longer have my own hair black. So I will have to look for a wig. I never got around to get proper grey circle lenses... I did try with bright blue ones - that is one of the last pictures with my real hair but the blue is definitely not really Nezumi. And the next one is with a short wig, so it would be book-version... but I like the warmer light and softer angle. (I do have a narrow slightly edgy face...)
Karan's Bakery / Cake recipe
« Last post by shiahlyson on January 07, 2018, 11:04:50 pm »

I have always wondered what kind of cake they use, on the TV programs, that they can stack and carve without splitting apart.

Does someone have a recipe or am I just missing something?
Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.


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Forest Garden / Re: Chat thread :)
« Last post by Ghosty on December 26, 2017, 09:34:49 pm »
Hey everyone, it's really nice to come here every once in a while and hear from you all. It sounds like you all are having a lot of ups and downs, but still having the time to update us in your lives is always somethig that helps keep us connected and I certainly appreciate it.

As for myself, I guess two main things have happened within the last month or so. First is that I'm 18 now, so... okay that doesn't actually change much but it makes me feel more confident in myself so there's that. The second thing is that I just got a dog! Her name is Zelda, as in the princess. She's a three year old lab and just the biggest sweetheart. Walking her is officially my new favorite pastime.

All in all, 2017 has been pretty alright for me. Sure, politically it felt like someone shoved a shovel up my ass, my personally I really felt like a lot of stuff in my life I had been afraid of finally fell into place and I'm less scared now.

I hope you all have a fantastic new year, and here's to hoping 2018 kicks 2017's ass.
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