GNO City features an already playable trading card game on the WAX blockchain. In GNO City you can collect NFTs, win experience points, level up and earn tokens by just playing the game and having fun. Players can explore the story mode or go head to head in matches against other players.
Welcome to GNO City
GNO City is developing an open world metaverse where players can own land and roam the city to capture characters. The project already features a playable trading card game developed on the WAX blockchain, and the NFTs can be accessed on AtomicHub.
If you are not familiar with the genre, digital collectible card games are a huge business these days. Some brands, such as Blizzard Entertainment’s Hearthstone, report reaching more than 100 million players and have a thriving eSport scene. The industry brings in total revenue of $2 billion a year from selling cards to players, but the latter can not earn much from it unless they get to the level of a famous eSport star.
The introduction of NFTs to the genre allows all players and card collectors to get much more from trading their cards or earning tokens. And while many projects are still in the development stage, GNO City is playable right now on GNOcity.io. GNO City provides the players with modern technology and nostalgic feel in their trading cards. Brings back the old memories of playing Pokémon trading cards with new concepts of being able to breed your NFTs into series 2 with a higher evolution.
GNO City includes a number of game modes: battle (1v1 PVP), racing and story. You can earn the GNOKEN token by playing the PVP and racing modes and you can buy character NFTs with your earned tokens in the GNOKEN shop. In story mode you will be rewarded for collecting certain NFTs.
Character NFTs get upgraded with skills. You can earn experience by winning in PVP, Racing and Story modes. Each character has a max level depending on the rarity of the NFT. You can also grab a pet from Complex Series and stake them for hourly experience so you can level up your NFTs without battling.
In PVP you set your character NFT lineup in 5 slots. You may lose energy as a trainer if you battle too much in the day, but you can boost your own energy by owning the Energy Refill NFT or wait it out every hour you get 20 energy maxed out at 100. Healing your character NFTs can be done with the freebie 1 per lineup slot every 24 hours or you can feed your characters some food.
Breeding your Gnomes – you can evolve your Gnome into Series II by gaining eggs. You gain eggs by staking the specific character and earn their egg. Every card in the Gnome Series is stake-able to earn eggs per hour.
As an online multiplayer game, GNO City also includes Achievements and Leaderboards. Players can claim an achievement if they reach a criteria with an NFT (You can only claim an achievement one time on a NFT so choose wisely). And if you are climbing on the ranks you will be able to see your character on the leaderboards.
For trading NFTs GNO City features a Marketplace – this means you can simply list your high level character for sale on AtomicHub and an API will pick it up and show it to all the players so people can buy a high level character with WAX.
The developers are working on many more features that help you play to earn. Coming soon is Land ownership where people with homes or businesses can stake for rewards.
Resources and Inventory is also in development so you will get to build a home and earn more garage spaces for racing mode and more. Additionally, real map exploration is coming soon so you can find Gnome characters and capture them to earn NFTs.
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