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Blockchain games are going into beta


We’ve been excited by all of the developments coming out of November. Among them, there have been a generous number of games coming forward with beta gameplay.

There have been some games that we’ve managed to get out hands on, not through lack of trying for others.

These include Crypto Idle Miner by Hora Games, with an exclusive interview and look at the footage coming soon!

Reality Clash

The latter being Reality Clash, the co-founder of which we’ve had the pleasure of speaking to in the past! November is shaping up to be a month of positive revelations from the blockchain gaming world.

But without further ado, we’re happy to bring you some of the latest and biggest developments coming out of the world of blockchain gaming this week.

Biggest stories in blockchain gaming

1) Plague Hunters – the first blockchain game for PlayStation 4 is announced

Plenty of blockchain game developers have highlighted their desire to get games onto consoles, but US dev Arcade Distillery has managed to get official approval (if tacit) from a platform holder.

2) Why blockchain game marketplace Ultra is rolling its own EOS-based platform

One year proper into the blockchain game sector (A.CK. – Anno CryptoKitties) and we’re starting to see some significant trends.

3) First speakers revealed for Blockchain Gamer Connects London 2019

Blockchain lands in Blighty in January to kick off a new year of international events with Blockchain Gamer Connects London 2019.

4) iCandy announces extension to CryptantCrab pre-sale and Xenograft system


The last few days have been good for iCandy Interactive. Specifically when it comes to its game, CryptantCrab, which has sold over 1,000 crabs in that span of time.

5) Gods Unchained unveils gameplay trailer and details on its beta

Gods Unchained

Rolling out to a virtual tabletop near you! Fuel Games has made some announcements regarding its upcoming closed beta.

Blockchain Gamer Connects  – London Registration 2019 – PGConnects – London

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