Are you ready to own land in Mirandus?
Gala Games has recently announced Mirandus, their second blockchain game after the popular Townstar. It is good to be king in this epic world. In the imaginary world of Mirandus, the High King has the final word. Mirandus is a fantasy kingdom where the players can play various roles like traders, hunters, adventurers. You can become the king also while playing. Choices are boundless, adventurous and enormous. The company’s own Gala blockchain is the gateway to enter into the utopia.
About Gala games
Eric Schiermeyer, the creator of popular Facebook game Farmville, is behind the blockchain infrastructure of Gala Games. It is a Zynga venture. Their Lead Game Designer is Michael McCarthy who has a history of building deep RPG experiences for games like Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura. Gala Network encourages the developers to innovate and provide revolutionary gaming experience by providing in-game asset ownership over the blockchain. Gala is using Ethereum blockchain and ERC-1155 token standard. Yes, the in-game assets are NFTs (Non-fungible tokens) and tradable over the blockchain. Zynga has a history of creating so many ‘AAA’ hit games. They are a leading innovation player. The creative minds want to innovate more now. This time they are backed by the blockchain technology.
How does Mirandus work?
“In planning Mirandus, we have looked back at all the games that presented us with so much wonder when we were younger. Technology is now reaching a point where it is possible to give players immutable ownership of shards of a world. In Mirandus, you can be anyone you would like to be, venturing out into a rich world, to create your own stories and adventures. Inspired by games ranging from old-school MUD’s (multi-user dungeons), modern MMORPGs, and the best that blockchain gaming has to offer, Mirandus will stand the test of time as one of the most ambitious games to be released and which functions within a blockchain-based universe.” - Michael McCarthy, Game Designer
If you own a citadel in MIrandus, you become the king. The king and his team members get a massive follower base due to their skills and attributes. Mirandus is not a multiplayer interactive conflict game generally. The player vs. player (PVP) mode gets activated only upon fulfilment of special conditions. The king is the most powerful person in this world. Land ownership is a key feature of the game. More land you own, you gain more power. The land deeds come with titles and the right to rule the land. The king makes rules. The king can break rules too.
“When you own something in Mirandus, it is YOURS. There will be five Citadels in the game to start, and ownership of the citadel gives you the right to create and lead your own faction, charge taxes on trade, develop your own heraldry, set economic policies, and determine military strategy. YOU make the decisions, YOU build the alliances, and YOU go to war against the other Monarchs. In Mirandus, evil is always lurking. Securing a piece of land and the walls land ownership provides is a way to keep evil at bay. It provides a safe haven for players to rest and gear up for their next adventure.” - Michael McCarthy, Game Designer
Townstar players have an advantage
Townstar was the first game from Gala Games. If you are a Townstar player, you might have earned some Gala. You can use the tokens to buy assets in Mirandus. You can sign up to gala games by following the below-mentioned link. All of their games can be played from the website. You can also earn some Gala while playing some of their games.
Sign up to Gala games
The sandbox games are doing well nowadays. The players learn while they play in such games. In Mirandus - you learn, get entertained and earn. The virtual lands deeds can be purchased online from Gala Games website. Everything is transferrable over the blockchain. Experience the new-age gaming and an innovative game economy. Be a king and rule the world of Mirandus. The in-game asset trading has just started. The game is gonna be launched soon.
Note: The images (if not cited) are from the Gala website.