In order to incorporate non-fungible tokens (NFTs) into different games and gaming platforms via the Aptos network, Aptos Labs and cryptocurrency gaming platform READYgg have announced a partnership. At least four games or social gaming platforms are anticipated to release their Web3 components on Aptos by the end of the year. More than 20 Web2 game companies have agreements in place with READYgg for the addition of blockchain components to their games. Confirmed games include the action game Rescue Robots Sniper Survival from Aeria Games Canada, the dungeon crawler RPG Runestone Keeper from Cimu Games, and the social gaming platforms Minijuegos and ToroFun.
Runestone Keeper will include collectible hero characters as NFTs, and players can mint an in-game ‘run’ as an NFT to create tournaments that other players can try. This information was disclosed by a READYgg representative. Players will be able to develop and sell their own content using NFTs, and Rescue Robots will come with NFT gun covers and weapons. Minijuegos and ToroFun want to implement NFT-based loyalty schemes that incentivize player participation. The RDYX token is used to support the READYgg ecosystem. The collaboration with READYgg, according to Aptos Labs co-founder and CEO Mo Shaikh, will hasten the release of engaging ownable assets, user experiences, and Web3 games of studio calibre. These games will be launched by READYgg on Aptos on December 6; in order to give qualified players early access, an allowlist campaign has begun today.