Indonesia’s gaming industry is becoming more and more interesting. Just last month, duo developer-illustrator from Indonesia created the first blockchain game called Etherwaifu. What is the game like and how do you play? Find out in the article below.
Etherwaifu is a game where you collect craftable artworks. Each artwork has thousands of unique variations, and you can craft a new one by combining traits of other artworks you own. The illustration itself looks really nice and colorful.
This game comes from a collaboration between Agro Rachmatullah, a full-stack software engineer from Indonesia working at Japan; and Regiana (or known as Jubi), an illustrator who has been drawing original characters for almost 10 years
What’s more interesting is that the game runs on blockchain Etherium platform. All the illustration can be bought using Ether cryptocurrency. These type of games have been previously popular through Cryptokitties.
Another blockchain game that focuses on collecting kittens and cats. Surprisingly, one kitten can be sold to up to USD$720 thousand. Etherwaifu plans to do the same with its unique illustration.
But unlike Cryptokitties where all the kittens have the same pose, in Etherwaifu, players can collect illustration from various poses and backgrounds. In their first release, there will be 16 illustrations with over 3,000 variations for each illustration.
Right now, Etherwaifu is currently in pre-sale until April 21 starting from March 18. With that being said, you can also get a 50% discount for Etherium in the marketplace. Also, the illustration you buy will also be available to be sold in the marketplace.
For those who want to try it for free, there will be a Beta Test Crafting in Rinkeby testing on April 21.
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If you want to know more about the game and the details, you can visit Etherwaifu‘s official website. So, what do you think about the game? Will these talented developer and illustrator have the same success as Cryptokitties?
Edited by Devi