by R.A. Rowell
Reality Clash brings augmented reality to blockchain gaming. The multiplayer shooter essentially combines the fast paced action of Call of Duty and the augmented reality of Pokemon GO, but with trade-able blockchain assets and an in game marketplace. The game has been a hit, and from that success, its developer Reality Gaming Group is licensing its two main technology for third party developers.
These technologies are The DAT Platform (Digital Asset Trading) and the Reality Platform (Augmented Reality and geo-location enabled games). With this technology open to even more developers, blockchain games with digital assets that can be used across different games and trade-able peer-to-peer are literally coming closer to reality. A true gaming multiverse like the one that Enjin has already accelerated is going to be greatly helped with this additional blockchain technology.
Imagine owning your full loadout in Call of Duty and being able to piece it out for sale at any time. Then think about actually owning the monsters you catch in a game like Pokemon GO. Of course, there are many other applications of augmented reality games such as RPGs. It's going to be exciting seeing all of the new AR games being developed and even more watching the related blockchain collectibles market grow.
What do you think of augmented reality games? Will having trade-able digital assets make them more attractive to you?
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R.A. Rowell is a collectibles enthusiast who comes from a long history of collecting trading cards in both sports and in Trading Card Games. He is passionate about educating the world about the future promise and benefits of digital collectibles, both on the blockchain and off.
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