The NFT-powered building adventure game Nestables has announced the existence of seasons as well as showed their first interior decorations. Even though the game uses NFTs, it will become a free-to-play game and using seasons the team can introduce new content regularly.
Players can experience winter, spring, summer and autumn while playing Nestables, and each of those seasons will introduce new content to the game. Tribal Gaming wants to unveil new gameplay features every season, but also new recipes and furniture. The seasons will depend on where you live, the northern or southern part of our globe.
While the season will provide new content, players can decorate their house with the rewards earned during those seasonal content events. Those little Nestables look cute, so you will also need to give them a nice home. Players can decorate these homes with different wall and floor patterns. In addition they can create furniture, or buy some from the marketplace.
Players who want to take more control over their game, can place a workbench and craft items themselves. Players can improve their crafting skills by researching and finding new complex recipes.
Tribal Gaming is now preparing Nestables for a beta release. The game will release on Jumpnet of Efinity, both project from the Enjin team.
What is Nestables?
In Nestables players need to farm resources using their cubed character. After doing that, players can build all kinds items ranging from beds and kitchens to food and toys. It’s important to keep your Cube happy, so players will need to build toys and furniture that fit the cube’s personality. The cute little Cubes have their own treats, cosmetic features and personality.
Nestables has been in development for quite some time already. The game is part of the Enjin multiverse. Enjin is a gaming project on the Ethereum blockchain. They want to create a metaverse in which game items can be used in several games. They use their standardized ERC-1155 protocol for that. For example, if you have a Nestables character NFT you will see a little Cube following you around while diving into the dungeons of Lost Relics.
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