Crypto Raiders NFT Game
Crypto Raiders is an NFT-based dungeon crawler on Polygon. Characters can complete dungeons, duel, level up, choose their build, and own all of their in-game assets and work. The RAIDER token represents the Crypto Raiders overall economy.
What is Crypto Raiders Game?
Crypto Raiders is a blockchain dungeon crawler game that utilizes the Polygon network with its cryptocurrencies AURUM, and RAIDER. Crypto Raiders combines the RNG-based RPG genre with new economic elements for players to experience.
What makes Crypto Raiders unique?
In the game, players can raid dungeons, conquer their enemies, earn precious loot and be victorious, but there is a twist; the characters’ deaths are permanent. If an NFT character dies on the battlefield, it can’t be upgraded anymore. To prevent permanent death, players must measure the risk-reward ratio and strategize accordingly. Each move could be the last, so players must take some time to optimize their strategies before each adventure. In Crypto Raiders, players can explore limited-time dungeons or stable dungeons. The limited-time dungeons can only be raided a few times before it closes meanwhile, stable dungeons are always there to be raided. Whether a player picks a limited-time dungeon or stable dungeon, the player must wait for a certain amount of time for the raid to be completed because exploring is a real-time simulation in the game.
How many Crypto Raiders NFT are there?
To crawl into the dungeons, players must own an NFT character. In total, there were 7500 NFT characters available during the initial sale, and each of these characters have been generated from nine base characters; John, Mike, Tammy, Old Man, Elves, Orcs, Dark Elves, Cyborgs, and Skeletons. Players have total ownership of their dungeon-hardened NFT characters, which means every NFT character can be traded, purchased, or sold by players on marketplaces.
Who are the developers of Crypto Raiders?
Crypto Raiders was created by David Titarenco, Matt Powell and Nick Kneuper. Together they saw a new way to use NFTs, and wanted to build the same sense of community gaming gave them in the blockchain work.