Singaporean game studio NPlus Entertainment is working on the launch of their upcoming strategy game League of Kingdoms. The game uses the Ethereum blockchain to give players for example ownership over in-game assets, including virtual land. League of Kingdoms will launch in the next few months.
League of Kingdoms looks like its inspired by popular mobile games like Rise of Kingdoms. You can see this in for example the need to work together to build a strong kingdom, overpower other kingdoms and defeat monsters. Players can forge alliances between kingdoms, while they can also voted for their leaders through the Ethereum blockchain.
In League of Kingdoms players can claim LAND, which is basically virtual real estate inside the game. In addition skins for buildings and the earlier mentioned voting system are done through blockchain technology.
Five layers of League of Kingdoms
This strategy game basically consists out of five different layers:
- Blockchain – The first continent is running on the Ethereum blockchain, but other continents might move to other blockchains. Through blockchain technology players have true ownership in an open economy, with transparent governance.
- Land – Land is non-fungible virtual real estate stored on the blockchain. Players can earn, play, trade using the land.
- Kingdoms – Kingdoms function on top of the land. A kingdom can become a prosperous city state with a powerful army.
- Alliance – An alliance is a clan with multiple kingdoms. Diplomacy, trade relations and governance of the continent play a role here.
- Congress – Continental congress is a group of chosen leaders that govern the entire continent. They decide on rewards, dividends, and many other things inside the game.
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