Top Most Anticipated Blockchain Games for 2019 | Part 1

Top Most Anticipated Blockchain Games for 2019 | Part 1

By blockchaingamer | blockchaingamer | 21 Aug 2019

The start of the year is a time to look forward and there’s nothing more exciting to look forward to than new games.

So, with that in mind, here – listed in alphabetic order – are our most anticipated blockchain games in 2019.


Age of Rust

Given US developer SpacePirate Games has been working on Age of Rust  since mid-2017, it’s no surprise there have been some changes.

Most notably, the game started out on the Bitcoin-based Counterparty network with its own Rustbits cryptocurrency, but has since switched and is now part of the Enjin Coin Multiverse of games, which is based on the Ethereum blockchain.

The focus of the game itself has changed to as SpacePirate has evolved from someone’s part-time project into a full-scale development studio.

Most notable has been the change from being a text-based adventure into a 3D open world game. This has seen the introduction of combat missions, but Age of Rust  has also maintained its core focus on exploration and puzzle-solving.


Another long term feature has been interoperability. Age of Rust  has always been closely linked to Neon District, for example, and (as a Counterparty project) also supported BitCrystals’ Book of Orbswallet.

Obviously this sort of interoperability is greatly enhanced by using Enjin. All Multiverse game are designed with this in mind and must support a shared set of items.

Find out more at the Age of Rust


Blankos Block Party

The first release from US blockchain game platform Mythical Games (and developed by UK outfit Third Kind Games), we don’t yet have a lot of specific details about Blankos Block Party.

What we do know is Blankos are “fun and mischievous vinyl toys that inhabit their own offbeat world, focusing on good vibes and good times”. And that the game will be a party MMO initially be released for PC/Mac.


Other aspects we expect is a strong focus on collectibles – after all that’s what the Blankos are all about – as well as a light touch when it comes to blockchain user experience. We think the game is running on the EOS blockchain, which enables the developers to handle a lot of the hassle of individual wallets etc.

Find out more at the Blankos


Crypto Space Commander

As with other blockchain games during 2018, Crypto Space Commander has experienced some key changes. Originally designed as a browser game, it’s since moved to a full PC client release; something that pushed its planned release from late 2018 into 2019.

The core vision – a space exploration, trading and combat experience running on Ethereum – remains intact, however.


Indeed, it could be argued that the change of emphasis and the prolonged production time will result in a deep, more engaging experience. It has also enabled developer Lucid Sight to build up its community, through space ship item sales and a simple browser-based mining mini-game. To-date, over 16,000 users have engaged with the game.

As for future plans, the game is approaching its v1.0 Alpha which will enable players to get their initial taste of a universe that eventually promises over 900 star systems to mine, craft, trade and fight over.

Find out more at the  CSC



Argentine developer Experimental (aka E11) has been working on its blockchain-based strategy game CryptoWars  for most of 2018 and the results are now taking shape.

Running on the Ethereum blockchain, using Loom sidechains for its gameplay and the Metamask wallet for login, CryptoWars  is loosely based on free-to-play build-and-battler titles such as Clash of Clans.

In this way, you collect and use resources (Gold and Crystals) to build and upgrade your buildings, create armies for looting Quantum Dust (the game’s competitive ranking resource), and research technology to do everything more efficiently. Another key element of long term play is the ability to join Alliances to complete high level cooperative missions and goals


Significantly use of sidechains means there’s no gas fee for playing the game, but you can buy and sell characters skins as well as starter packs so you can speed up your initial base building.

Currently in alpha testing – there are four special week-long test tournaments running from January to April – CryptoWars – should be released sometime soon after.

Find out more at the  CryptoWars


Gods Unchained

With a successful item pre-sale and closed beta behind it, Fuel Bros’ competitive TCG Gods Unchained  is shaping up to be the first big blockchain game of 2019.

Interestingly, the PC/Mac client-based game is free-to-play, enabling all players to use a core set of non-blockchain cards, plus rotating weekly specials. You’ll only have to spend Ether via Metamask if you want to get involved in buying and selling blockchain cards to build out your deck.


Throw into the mix the Gods Unchained World Championship, an esports tournament with a prize pool of $400,000, and the recent CryptoKitties’  interoperability deal, there should be plenty to get exciting about when the game goes live.

Find out more at the Gods Unchained


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