These 5 games use NFT’S

What is an NFT?

An NFT (non-fungible token) is a type of code that is attached to an image or digital medium, which you can buy and sell through various cryptocurrencies. In some cases, you can also trade NFTs, for example how this happens with Pokémon cards. Some NFTs are worth more than others, just like the games on this list. Some have expensive NFTs and some have cheaper ones. What they all have in common is that they are worth money.

1. Star of the city

TownStar is a fun strategy city building game that is free to play. The game is somewhat reminiscent of Anno and has a nice cartoon style. The goal of the game is simple: build the most beautiful and effective city and maintain it well. These types of games are very fun and addictive, so you can spend many hours on them!

You can earn TownCoins on TownStar which in turn brings its own Crypto system, TownCoin is registered on the BlockChain and therefore can be trusted. With your TownCoins you can also buy NFTs in the game and with these NFTs you can make profit or expand your city and make it more beautiful.

2. God unchained

Gods Unchained is a card game. Like many other titles of this genre, you will be able to duel with your opponent in the style of, for example, Hearthstone or Gwent. You can buy packs with cards that contain a spin. Gods Unchained works entirely on the basis of NFT.

You can sell the cards to other players or collect them in your own deck. This offers many people the opportunity to win with this fun card game. Gods Unchained is completely free to play and runs on Immutable’s crypto system. In the game you can earn $GODS, which you can also use to vote on the future of the game.

God’s Unchained can be played here.

3. Crypto kittens

In this crazy NFT game you can collect cats. You can also trade them, breed them and dress them up nicely!
A Cryptokitty is, in fact, a unique NFT that you can add to your collection. There are many types of cats on CryptoKitties and to keep track of the options there is a catalog that you can check out here.

You can name the cats and you can also rate the cats of other players. Also, you can keep a close eye on cats by considering their bloodline and can find out where their “cat attributes” come from.

CryptoKitties is powered by ETH (Etherium) and is therefore easy to buy. It has its own wallet system that you can easily use by adding ETH.

Click here to play CryptoKitties.

4. Fragmented lands

Splinterlands is a card battle NFT game. In Splinterlands, your cards compete against the enemy, all you need to do is place them correctly. Splinterlands is an “autobattler” but uses strategy.

Strategy is anchored in how you lay out cards and what cards your deck uses.
Cards can produce combos that make it easy for your opponent to remove them. Also, the cards bring many different tactical options and you can plan your strategy around this. You can use different classes and decks, or Splinters as they are called in Splinterland.

Of course, you can also sell or exchange your cards on the NFT market. This market uses WAX, which is a separate crypto service that, like many others, is better for the environment than BitCoin.

For more information on Splinterlands, click here.

5. Ubisoft Quartz

Technically, this is not a game but general software created by Ubisoft. Quartz is Ubisoft’s proprietary NFT system powered by Digits and is available now in GhostRecon Breakpoint. Unfortunately, it’s not available in the Netherlands yet, but as soon as the beta is over, Ubisoft is working on bringing Quartz to more regions.

The digits appear on your equipment as engraved numbers that are all and remain unique. You can sell your skin and accompanying digits at any time and buy new ones in return. The digits also remember the previous owners and you can see them again through Ubisoft Quartz.

You can even buy a helmet that once belonged to a famous person. The digitis have no further influence on the game and are purely cosmetic. Ubisoft has plans to further expand Quartz to more games and says this is just the beginning.

The Digits system runs on Tezos, which itself runs via the BlockChain and is therefore much more energy efficient than, say, Bitcoin. Learn more about Ubisoft Quartz here.

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