Existing problems
To survive and thrive in the fast-paced game industry, understanding the struggles and figuring out how to solve them is the only choice for any game studio. After researching popular games, here are.

  • Players have to pay an "entry fee", making the game "high risk" if it is a scam project. This entry fee also becomes a barrier for new players to enter the game when it goes up due to the token price surge.
  • The gameplay is focused on the earning aspect rather than making it fun, which makes the overall experience poor.
  • A handful of game studios offer either a mobile version or a desktop version, but not both.
  • The high gas fee rate in blockchain games is a burden on the players.
  • Players can not use their stake tokens or NFTs to perform in-game tasks once they are added to the staking pools.

It is challenging for blockchain game developers to enter the traditional game market because of several reasons:
  • Traditional games do not support the mobile version or desktop app version.
  • There is a limited integration of payment methods/ gateways in traditional games.
  • Traditional gamers are not familiar with tokens or NFTs. Most of them find it to be complicated technology.
  • Popular game stores including Apple store and Google Play store ban games that feature crypto/NFT exchanges.
On top of that, the blockchain game itself carries potential risks such as:
  • The inflation of the tokens and NFTs can trigger the decrease and collapse of the in-game economy. Users end up leaving the game quickly when the crisis peaks out.
  • The game publishers encounter a real headache of high gas fee rate.
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