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The game Crazy Defense Heroes is transforming into a blockchain game.
I observed someone posting about the Crazy Defense Heroes game on one of the social media channels, noting that there is now a new Blockchain-based Tower defense game. I first mistook this game for an ETH-based game and dismissed it, however the individual who posted it later explained that it was on the Polygon chain, not ETH. I became interested in the game and wanted to play it.
I've played a number of tower defense games, and we typically become bored after a while and quit playing. This is a common occurrence in traditional Tower Defense games. After learning that this game would be based on blockchain tokens and will gradually convert into a Play2Earn game, I had a different opinion.
I became highly intrigued in the game when I began playing it. Not just because it was a Play2Earn game, but also because it was a very basic and long-lasting game. There were plenty of stages and possibilities in the game to keep players interested at all times. I'm not sure why the energy bar bothered me so much. When I wanted to play the game, there was never enough energy, and I didn't feel safe buying energy with Gems.
Their official token will be the Tower token. Because this is a Tower Defense game, the token name is highly appealing. I saw on the website that the token would be on the Ethereum blockchain. WTH, I thought, and then I saw that there was also support for Polygon Matic. After that, I was pleased, and I linked my gaming account to the wallet address. If they wish to airdrop anything to existing players and transfer the game assets to a market for trading and other things, I think Matic would be a better option than ETH, where the gas fees would be prohibitive.
They are gradually merging the game with blockchain and web3 technologies, but the shift is fascinating in and of itself. It does not cause any inconvenience to existing players, and opportunities are provided equally to both new and long-term players.
Many in-game purchases are possible, and I believe that cryptocurrencies, rather than FIAT, will fund those in-game buy possibilities in the future. This is likely to be one of the most significant changes in the gaming business. All of these games will eventually have to make it play2earn. It's possible that it will happen in another 5 years. This transformation has already begun in a number of games. One of the most significant barriers to adoption is the fact that only a few blockchain developers are capable of converting a traditional game to a blockchain game. These integration engineers, I believe, will be in high demand in the future.