Welcome to the DGaming digest for the period 2 - 15 September.
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September 11th - 0xGames announced that 0xWarriors and 0xRacers would, at some point in the future, run on the NEO blockchain. 0xGames stated that NEO and they share similar views on blockchain technology and that 0xGames firmly supports NEO’s methods of making blockchain games accessible to the mainstream.
September 12th - AlterVerse presents the new weapons and armor to its community. The new weaponry includes various hand-to-hand combat weapons such as Lazer Blades, Plasma Hammers, Fission Axes, and more. For protection, AlterVerse users will be able to carry Prismatic Shields, Celestial Helmets, Astral Armor, and more.
Blockchain Cuties Universe (BCU)
September 13th - BCU provided further information on the upcoming Gen 0 skills. The team noted that each Gen 0 Cutie will, aside from receiving a special skill, also get a special card appearance that will make each Cutie even more unique and valuable.
September 12th - The BCU team explains the method by which the players will be able to recycle their items. The guide points out that users will first have to turn their items into dust, which they’ll then be able to sell or use for item upgrades.
September 11th - The BCU team provides information on how the Wars of Cutieland battles mechanics will look. The article explains what unit types the players will need to have in their armies and provides a formula on how they’ll be able to calculate their army’s overall power level.
September 10th - The BCU team provides a sneak peek into the Wars of Cutieland presale III. The next stage will introduce 3 new heroes, all of which will be available for purchase in the BCU store.
September 9th - BCU unveil that there are only 9 Cuthos (Cuties inspired by the superhero Thanos) in the game. The team also hinted that Cuthos could become extremely powerful generals in the Wars of Cutieland update.
September 6th - A new tribute Cutie bred in BCU: Jiff. The Cutie was inspired by the famous puppy Jiff, which counts over 9 million followers on Instagram. The puppy can also be seen in Katy Perry’s music video “Dark Horse”.
September 5th - The BCU team announced that item recycling will soon be available in the game. This feature will enable the players to recycle unused items and turn them into something more useful.
September 4th - BCU gave a sneak peek into the art and experience of the upcoming Wars of Cutieland update. The team noted that they’d also enable players to experience the 3D models of some Cuties in the game.
September 3rd - The BCU team announces that the game’s launch on NEO is officially complete. This means that the users will be able to fight for NEO in the upcoming Wars of Cutieland update, purchase unique presale cuties on the market, and acquire NEO Kote.
September 2nd - A new attribute discovered in BCU: Piratelike. The Piratelike attribute was discovered by the player named TSophie.
September 3rd - BLOCKLORDS announced its launch on the Ethereum blockchain. BLOCKLORDS also unveiled BLOCKLORDS 2.0, a new version of the game that will bring new content and more excitement into the game.
September 4th - Caesar’s Triumph makes some community-requested changes to the freshly released Roman Conquest update. Specifically, the devs have separated Roman Conquest troops from the Battle of Sicily troops, allowing players to play both modes with the same units. The devs also added a chest icon to represent the player’s accumulated rewards.
September 14th - The Chainmonsters team announced that the game would become available on Steam in the future. The team also noted they’d release more news regarding the game very soon.
September 5th - CryptantCrab announced the winners of its first major Tournament. According to the CryptantCrab team, the 21 winners earned prizes worth 37.5 ETH in total. The team also noted that the tournament was well accepted by the community.
Crypto Sword & Magic
September 11th - Crypto Sword & Magic releases its referral program. Users can now start receiving 10 crystals for inviting other players to the game using their nickname. The referrers can claim a maximum of 1000 crystals (from inviting 100 users to the game).
September 4th - CryptoWars provided a recap on its performance in August. During that month, CryptoWars held 9 tournaments, gave away numerous rewards and saw a significant boost in player count.
September 6th - Decentraland provided the future Game Jam participants with a range of ideas they can copy and build upon during the Game Jam. The Game Jam will last from September 16 to 30, during which Decentraland will give away ~$275,000 in prizes.
September 5th - Decentraland publishes a blog written by one of its community members, holodot. The blog was written with the purpose of helping users place their NFT art into Decentraland scenes.
September 6th - ExoPlanets announces its partnership with Matchpool. ExoPlanets will replace its native currency, EXT, with Matchpools’ currency Guppy (GUP). The two will collaborate for a period of 3 months, and if the collaboration proves fruitful, they’ll continue to collaborate further.
September 11th - Gods Unchained discusses the value of the two first Genesis Rewards competitors, Genesis Board, and 2x Weekend Rewards. The article explains the value of both sides, arguing that the players should choose based on their personal preferences and desires.
September 6th - Gods Unchained releases a new player guide. The new guide helps users understand all the basic features and elements of Gods Unchained, explaining everything from card types to God powers.
September 3rd - Gods Unchained releases one of its biggest balance updates so far. The update brings changes to more than 200 creatures that cost 4, 5, 6 and 7 mana in the hope of making the game even more fun, diverse and balanced.
September 11th - Hash Rush releases its latest bi-weekly report. The report goes through the team's latest efforts of making the game better by improving the in-game design and making small but impactful development improvements.
September 11th - The HyperDragons Go! team announced new events for the Golden Autumn Grand Carnival. During the Carnival, players will be able to complete various tasks in order to receive prizes and generous ONG rewards.
September 4th - Kingdoms Beyond announces a giveaway of its valuable NFT, Edmund Lionheart. The article explains what steps the players must take in order to have a chance of winning Edmund. The team pointed out that only active Ethereum addresses will be able to claim the reward.
September 13th - IOST officially announces its partnership with INFUN, the developer of TronRaider and ImperalThrone. IOST mentioned that INFUN will use its products to further expand the IOST ecosystem. INFUN will also launch its upcoming RPG Eternal Fafnir on the IOST Network.
September 12th - A long-awaited crypto MMORPG, Crypto Sanguo, officially launches on the IOST blockchain. The article also provides the users with a beginner's guide to Crypto Sanguo with the intent of helping users have a successful start in the game.
September 2nd - IOST released the presale guidelines for the Crypto Sanguo presale. During the presale, users were able to buy 11 different Crypto Sanguo heroes, that would later become playable characters in the game.
September 10th - MegaCryptoPolis describes how users will be able to manage districts in the upcoming 3D Microeconomy update. The guide explains the roles of fees and taxes on particular building types and resources, as well as the role of MegaCryptoPolis district governors.
September 12th - MLB Champions introduces the Retired packs. These unique packs contain the figures of the players who are retiring in 2019, which the MLB Champions players can collect, own and trade freely.
My Crypto Heroes (MCH)
September 13th - MCH announces the season 8 Land Battles. The article outlines the specific dates of each battle-related event, as well as the news and regulations for season 8.
September 13th - MCH announces two new heroes: Belle Starr and Trung Sisters. While all users will be able to purchase Trung Sisters starting September 17, only MCH Prime users will be able to purchase Belle Starr during the first week of the sale.
September 11th - MCH introduces its first user-collaborative event Raid: Singularity - Dark Lord Fao. During the event, users will have to join forces and destroy Lord Fao to receive rewards. Lord Fao is also a media partner of MCH.
September 11th - MCH made changes to the Arena mode. The update made improvements to the mode and introduced new features to the game, including multi-hosting, notifications, regulation setting function, and more.
September 9th - MCH announces the new Duel Cup for beginners. The purpose of this cup is to help new players compete against each other, learn the battle system, have fun and earn rewards.
September 2nd - MCH announces the official Duel Cup that will hold two events simultaneously: Blue Dragon and Dragon Egg. The article also explains the rules for each cup and points out that users can participate in one of these two events only.
September 12th - NeoWorld launches the Middle Autumn Festival. The festival will last from September 12 to 16, during which the players will receive points and rewards for purchasing NeoWorld 2.0 buildings and islands.
September 11th - NeoWorld releases its weekly progress report for dates between September 2 and 8. The report points out that the biggest milestone was the release of NeoWorld 2.0, with its new rules and content.
September 11th - The Reality Clash team shared information about their latest efforts to improve the game and attract more users. The article discusses Reality Clash’s first live tournament, marketing strategies, as well as bug fixes and game improvements the team is making to improve the overall quality of the game.
September 6th - The Splinterlands team provides a comprehensive analysis of the game’s recent updates. The article touches on the Milion Monster Madness tournament, the ability to purchase Beta packs with DEC, new quests and rewards system, and more. The team also notes that the purchased starter packs will no longer give cards to the purchasers.
September 2nd - Taurion partners with major DGaming players to further increase the value of the Taurion Treasure Hunt competition. Some of the partners are 9Lives Arena, Battle Racers, Soccer Manager Elite, and Dissolution.
September 13th - The Sandbox released its 17th project update. In this update, the Sandbox team discussed the physics mechanics in the Sandbox Game Maker, the soon release of Dashboard, and VoxEdit improvements.
September 2nd - Upland released a guide that helps users create an account. To access the game, players will have to use mobile devices, register on the official Upland website and confirm their registration. Upland uses its native wallet, which means that users won’t have to download and use 3rd party crypto wallets.
September 14th - Upland publishes an article that explains the nature and role of NFTs in blockchain gaming. The article points out that Upland will act as a bridge that will bring NFTs to the casual gaming space.