Skyweaver, a 100% free card NFT game, dubbed Hearthstone on blockchain
Skyweaver is a free-to-play cross-browser NFT card collecting game built by the world-class team – Horizon. With many years of experience in the field of technology, especially Blockchain and game design, key personnel at Horizon have achieved certain successes before with Nublayer, Pressly, Ubuntu, etc.
Although there is no currency (token) in the game yet, which more or less dampens the “earn” motivation, Skyweaver focuses on developing “play” – engaging gameplay and beautiful graphics to provide a great experience. Players will have to compete against each other for reward tokens that can be traded in the market. Therefore, we can expect the game to be highly competitive, which is also an attractive factor.
Skyweaver is a free-to-play, cross-browser, NFT card collecting game that allows players to fully own, trade or give away their cards to friends. Players will combine different tactical cards to win over their opponents, thereby earning bonus NFT cards to upgrade or trade.
If you have ever heard or experienced a game of the same genre as Yugi-Oh, this will be a new improved and upgraded version on Blockchain.
Each player has a deck and a representative champion, the main objective in the game is to use existing cards to defeat the opponent’s champion and win.
Skyweaver has a very good user rating on the AppStore with many positive comments and shares about the mechanics of the game. Players are quite interested in the game and the strategy in the game rather than about the Token/economy or financial aspects of the game.
Skyweaver has 3 card levels: Base, Silver and Gold.
– Base: This is a card obtained when linking an account with Skyweaver or a bonus when leveling up. All these Base tokens are fully unlocked for FREE so are not tradable.
– Silver: Can be traded on the market. This is a card that can only be won as a reward from Ranked and Conquest competitions.
– Gold: Gold cards are rarer than Silver. Can only be obtained through Conquest battles.
Silver and Gold (NFT) cards do not give any advantage in the game over Base cards. The main difference comes from the aspect of form, tradability, source of supply and how they are made and obtained.
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