Hive Needs More Blockchain Games

Hive has some exciting games. We have a card game - Splinterlands, a farming game - dCrops, and a few others. Each game has its value and a specific community that will appreciate the game as it comes.

However, if we compare the Hive with other blockchains like Solana, Ethereum, Polkadot, and a few others, we may notice that they have various gaming genres. Those genres make use of the NFTs in the game. Moreover, the developers keep the game sustainable.

So what are some of the types of games Hive needs in its ecosystem?

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Role-Playing Games


I recently checked out a game named - Chumbi Valley. This game is in the RPG category. This game in the RPG category will be a good addition if such games get added to the Hive blockchain. It is a good game genre for those who like exploratory games.

The RPG category is expected in the Solana and the Ethereum blockchain. Many game developers are experimenting with this game genre. Moreover, the NFTs, too, would get added to those games, improving the overall value of NFTs and bringing more cash flow from new game users.

MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena Video Games)


Have you played League of Legends and the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang? I am sure you must have seen this genre of games. Some new such games in this genre are coming, and they are mainly deployed on the Polygon and Solana.

Shortly, if the Hive developers or the game developers use the blockchain component in the MOBA genre. I love some of such games in the genre because they are worth playing and also fun to play in general. NFTs would add more value if such games were deployed on Hive.

FPS (First Person Shooter) Games


First-person shooter games are new to the blockchain genre. Moreover, when you want to build better games in this genre, you may have to take inspiration from those mobile-based games. There are a lot of such games out there.

FPS games have many quests, enemies, and items to acquire. Moreover, for that, NFTs can be an excellent component to add into. So they can create a sustainable model for the cash flow in the game ecosystem.

What about Metaverse?


I feel like this requires a post on its own. What type of Metaverse would be suitable for Hive. Moreover, what are some of the things that your Metaverse should have to attract users?

I hope that some of the game developers bring some more graphics, code, and concept wise talent to turn the idea of the Metaverse into reality. Metaverse is something that would bring more users to the Hive too, which also means more cash flow.

What do you think?


I love playing games and Metaverse. However, I am picky with games because I am a girl and cannot stand some of the genres for a longer time. So I hope some new genres of blockchain games come to the Hive.

What is your opinion on this?

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There are a few projects that are looking to enhance the [gaming] on Hive. Of course, the biggest is Splinterlands.

But there is also:

  • PsyberX
  • Ragnarok
  • EXODE

These are in various stages of development.

But more is always welcomed (and needed).

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Pretty curious how far Ragnarok is in their development. Do you have any idea?

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Dan said he hoped to have a working beta out by the end of the year.

So I would expect some updated news in the next couple months if they are still on target.

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PsyberX is in the FPS/shoot-'em-up category.

A number of other games are in the pipeline. Some will be launched before we see Project Blank.

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A number of other games are in the pipeline. Some will be launched before we see Project Blank.

Care to elaborate?

I dont follow it closely enough to really know.

What games are looking at seeing some launches?

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I was going to mention PsyberX, but you beat me to that one.

I don't normally keep up with the games here, but I base my comment on the diesel pools which exist at Tribaldex:

  • CARTEL is associated with 1UP, and both are behind upcoming projects.
  • I myself contributed liquidity to the SWAP.HIVE:PLN diesel pool, which is for something called Pollen Loop Network; PLN itself is an umbrella for a myriad of other tokens. When I started, there were around 22 LP Rewards tokens. Tonight, there are 32 LP Rewards tokens.

One game associated with CARTEL is the pro wrestling game I noted earlier, Wresting Online Organization. It's like Rabona in that it focuses on the behind-the-scenes aspects of pro wrestling (territories, facilities, promotions, stables, contracts, etc.). It may be like Splinterlands in actual matchups (I don't know). Due to the off-the-wall reputation of pro wrestling, WOO may be my gatewway into P2E on Hive.

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Very interesting stuff. I hadnt heard of them. The wrestling one sounds very interesting.

Some really cool stuff being worked on.

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The team at CARTEL and 1UP (same thing? same team different tokens?) are involved in a number of projects.

For owning a bit of CARTEL I started receiving drips of WOO. It turns out that WOO is the token for an upcoming game of the same name, also known as Wrestling Organization Online. To me, this is a cross between Splinterlands and Rabona but featuring professional wrestling.

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Your right but I would love to see more arcade games. Free to play with micro purchases and tokenization.

Build a suite of classic games with a prize pool and simple fun.

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