• Ready Games Launches Mobile Web3 Division to Help Onboard Web2 Gamers and Developers

    The Ready Games Network (RGN) is building mobile-first Web3 tools and technologies to democratize access to game creation. They have launched a new web3 division that will bring blockchain games to the Google Play Store and the iOS App Store along with the issuance of the $AURA token and turnkey developer tools. The company has […]
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  • Cometh Bringing MUST Mining to Mobile Devices

    The developers of Cometh have made it one of their priorities to bring Cometh to mobile devices, in addition the yield farming game will receive a complete overhaul with new features. Since the game launch in February, more than 10 thousand users have given Cometh a try. Cometh launched with the idea to prove that […]
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  • Soccer Manager Elite Coming to Mobile Devices

    Xaya currently has Soccer Manager Elite in closed beta, but behind the scenes the team is also working on bringing their blockchain-powered football manager to mobile devices. In their newsletter they announced that an Android version will release in the coming months. Soccer Elite Manager is a football management game in which players are either […]
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  • Somnium Space Real-Estate Accessible From Web

    Anybody can now visit an art gallery or virtual home inside Somnium Space through the web by simply clicking on a link. Somnium Web loads one parcel, limiting the amount of data and processing power required. Through their browser users can voice and video chat with other people inside the same virtual location. Somnium Web […]
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  • Animoca Buys Blockchain Fitness App for $1.38 Million

    Blockchain gaming company Animoca Brands has acquired blockchain fitness application Lympo for 1.38 million dollars. The application promotes a healthier lifestyle and rewards users with Lympo Tokens (LYM) when they exercise using the mobile app. The app is partnered with the Samsung Blockchain Wallet inside the latest Samsung Galaxy smartphones. Users of the blockchain fitness […]
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  • Splinterlands Out Now on Android

    Splinterlands has released a mobile app for their trading card game on Android devices. The game is available for free in the Google Play Store, but doesn’t offer all the features available on the website. However, regular battles between players and options for deck-building are obviously integrated into the app. For now Splinterlands is only […]
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  • League of Kingdoms Out Now on Mobile Devices

    The online strategy game League of Kingdoms has made its appearance in the Google Play Store and the iOS AppStore, and is therefore now playable on mobile devices. According to data from the store, the game has been downloaded over 1000 times so far. Data about the iOS version is unknown. Gamers could already play League of […]
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