You either die like a hero or live long enough to be a blockchain evangelist. Peter Molyneux was a promoter of great studios such as Bullfrog and Lionhead. He announced that the next project Legacy of his studio 22Cans will combine blockchain technology and NFT.
Legacy is a business simulation game in which you can manufacture products in factories and build towns around industries of your choice. Consider “Simulated City” from a more granular perspective. Anyone who has played Godus will know that it is wise to control expectations and ignore the crazier promises that Legacy brings: Of course, including the blockchain’s advice, you will “earn real money from your gameplay.”
I will put it in the same brackets as the suggestion that the winner of Curiosity will become a god (Spoiler warning: he didn’t).
So: The focus of the game is essentially to expand from a small local company to a large company, a healthy dream. Blockchain integration comes in the form of buying “Land” NFT, allowing you to “earn and own your gameplay at the same time” in the game to start a “blockchain business association”.
Imagine a puzzle game in which you have to draw clues on your body, which cannot be erased or undone. In the end, your character becomes a sellable NFT.October 26, 2021
Uh, earn and own your gameplay. Once you have an NFT, you can access Legacy Keys, you can use it to set up non-paying players, and then they become your “business partner” and pay you a certain percentage of their “LegacyCoin”. This is a cryptocurrency: “LegacyCoin (LEGACY) is a new cryptocurrency located on the Ethereum blockchain that complies with the tried and trusted ERC-20 token standard.”
If you want to know what Gala Games is, it was founded in 2019 by Eric Schiermeyer, who was previously the co-founder of Zynga. Like all these companies, publicity is aimed at empowering players and “an ecosystem where players can own their own assets and be rewarded for participating.” It aims to make “the blockchain game you want to play” (we will judge this), and the new free game is here: Yes, this is a “play to make money” game!
Molyenux wrote in a press release: “I have been working for Legacy. This was during a sudden call with my old friend Mike McCarthy (who was working at Gala at the time). There was a light bulb at the time.” “We realized that I was developing. A game that is very suitable for encrypted games. Every mechanism in Legacy is tailored for the blockchain environment.”
Pause, pause, pause: Another person is flying in the dust. Who knows what Legacy will become, but the combination of the most irritating digital trends of the moment and a designer notorious for over-promising and under-delivery does not inspire confidence. I think the most obvious statement about all of this is a cliché: if something sounds too good to be true, then it might be so. The legacy will be released next year.