Trading card games (TCG) on the blockchain are among the most popular types of games within the NFT and blockchain gaming space. The genre gives players full ownership over digital cards. Players can use these in-game, or sell them on the open market. Trading card games allow players to create a deck that combines powers of individual cards into a strong attacking or defensive move. At the same time the TCG genre offers a wide variety of mechanics for deck building.
Magic The Gathering is obviously the biggest brand when it comes to trading cards. However, in the world of videos games there are also several others. Think about for example Hearthstone and Gwent, based on the Warcraft and The Witcher franchises.
Most cards in a trading card game have a couple of attributes. First of all they cost a certain amount of mana to summon. On top of that they have strength, defense/armor, and perhaps magic. In addition many cards often have special powers that add new tactical layers to a match.
Parallel is gearing up for their Avatar mint, which starts in early July. These Avatar NFTs will not only provide earning bonuses when used in the Parallel TCG, but will also have ongoing use cases for future games and events in the Parallel universe! Want an avatar that can be used across multiple games? Then […]
Gods Unchained makes a push to draw in more players with a newly announced partnership with Epic Games. This allows Gods Unchained to be distributed on the Epic Games Launcher and potentially exposed to hundreds of millions of new users! Gods Unchained has partnered with Epic Games as a distribution platform. A game distribution and […]
Synergy of Serra moves into an open alpha phase, allowing anyone to download and play the alpha for their unique take on the TCG genre. Officially, this version is a ‘proto-alpha’, so it’s still pretty rough around the edges. But the game is playable, and it has a very interesting take on the deck building […]
Skyweaver adds a new quest system to their fantasy, web-based TCG including daily, weekly, and seasonal quests. Completing quests rewards players with points which feed into the Skyweaver battle pass system, opening up new rewards for players every season. Quests have arrived in Skyweaver, giving every player a chance to complete daily, weekly, and seasonal […]
Splinterlands brings us a special, 5 year anniversary, token burning event called ‘The Great Burning’. This event will give players an opportunity to burn DEC tokens and earn rewards in the process! It’s been five years since Splinterlands first sold their Alpha packs on the Steem network. And to celebrate they are bringing us a […]
Gods Unchained releases a 2023 roadmap, outlining some of their plans of the year. This includes new game modes, improved player experiences, and the launch of the Gods Unchained mobile app! The Gods Unchained team has undergone a number of upheavals over the years. From several organizational restructures to a branching off into the development […]
A new promo card will arrive soon in Splinterlands. This card, Zyriel, is the first tradeable card to have the Weapons Training ability, and the first ever Splinterlands card to have two elements! And as a creature of both Light and Dark, Zyriel is sure to see many a battle! Another promo card sale is […]
At long last, Splinterlands reveals a number details about their plans for Land gameplay. The first phase will only include some of the functionality, but there is already a lot to unpack! There is a lot of information in the newly released docs outlining Splinterlands’ plans for the first phase of their land gameplay (what […]
Gods Unchained prepares to release their latest set, known as Band of the Wolf. Available only for four weeks, and limited in the number of packs available, Band of the Wolf introduces thirty-eight new cads to the game as well as a new ability and a ‘crafting’ system. The next card set for Gods Unchained […]
Gods Unchained moves into their first public pre-alpha for their new mobile client. Beginning on February 24th, 2023, invited players can try out the Gods Unchained gameplay on their Android device, and provide feedback to help the team fix bugs and improve the experience! The web3 space is hitting the mobile gamers from both sides. […]