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Glitch Goons Is The Newest And Hottest Blockchain Powered Game In Town

One of the first multi-blockchain technology supporting mobile games of its kind, Glitch Goons is a definite win when it comes to blockchain technology progressing. It features very futuristic elements such as a “vaporwave saturated atmosphere” and insane cyborg slash animal slash human characters engage in glorious battle to survive on a dying world.

The game which was released in late 2018, supports a wide variety of crypto technology. supporting a whole range of cryptocurrencies.

The premise of the game is simple. It is set on Earth in the year 2690 where nuclear war has resulted in most species being wiped off Earth. Now the survivors live underground where life is hard due to a lack of oxygen and water. In order to survive, they must battle other survivors in order to make it to a newer colony on a distant planet called Garthorix.

To make their way to the transport system called the ‘Transposition Channel that transfers human minds to a selected ‘carrier’s’ body on Garthorix.

This 80’s inspired trailer is giving us major Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter feels, very reminiscent of the popular retro gaming vibe.

The official Glitch Goons website also features a brief look into the backstory and history of the entire realm and also has comics.

This fighting game also allows players to upgrade and customize their characters through cyrpto coins and 1 GC equals around 0.005ETH.  Although the game play isn’t the best, the story and the applications of blockchain inspired technology makes this game worth playing.

Other than different characters, players can also buy chests that contain 5 items each, ranging from rare and legendary gear which includes armor, boots, weapons, helmets, pants, jewelry and even modification chips.

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Komal Zaheer

Writer. Procrastinator. Bra Burning Feminazi. Likes to make people laugh. Student of Journalism. Content Contributor @BlockPublisher.

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