Q4 - 2021
- Browser minigames
Q1 - 2022
- NFT staking
- PvP beta
Q2 - 2022
- Unity minigame
- Drunk Races
- Robot equipment
Q3 - 2022
- Land and farming
- PvP with visualization
- Gang rankings and wars
- Robot abilities in PvP
Q4 - 2022
- F2P robot
- New equipment
Q1-Q4 - 2023
- Equipment progression
- Daily tasks
- F2P robot
- Farming units
- Robots abilities in PvP
- Reward for the battles
- Mobile app
About the Game
Drunk Robots is a fighting game on the Binance Smart Chain network from Liquidifty. In the game, players will own NFT robots to take to the streets for PvP battles and races, or they can play a minigame.
Drunk Robots offers several fun options.
The PvP arena is the main Drunk Robots mode. Players arrange their robots in six slots, divided into ‘frontline’ and ‘mid’. The first slot is free, but players have to buy the others to add robots there. Battles are based on the robots’ parameters. To play this mode, players must own at least one NFT robot.
Drunk Races contains five unique tracks. Each track is different, and so players have to decide how they will approach them. Before the race start, players must decide which of their carts is best suited to that track to give them the best chance of winning. Each cart will need to be upgraded after a certain number of kilometers so it can be used in future races. Players will need one NFT robot and one NFT cart to participate in this mode. Each cart has different rarity, and the rarer it is, the higher its chances of winning the race.
In this game mode, players play as a ninja who automatically runs forward, and has to jump and slide to avoid obstacles and get the highest score.
Players will be attacked from all sides by robots that take one of their three lives when touched. Payers have to destroy the attacking robots and survive as long as possible. They get one point for each robot destroyed.
Players can create gangs. Each gang will have a limit of 50 members. There will be three roles in the gang: Yardie, Bigwig, and Boss. Each role has different rights and responsibilities. Gangs can also form syndicates or gang alliances.
Land and farming
The city is divided into neighborhoods, each with a different number of plots of land of different sizes. Land can be bought or occupied. Players can then start cooking METAL.
This is a browser-based game. Players need to own an NFT robot for PvP, and an NFT robot and an NFT cart for Drunk Races.
The Knockout and Ninja minigames are Free-2-Play.
Total supply: 2,750,000,000
$METAL is the main game currency
$METAL will be used for:
- Trading on the marketplace
- Upgrading owned robots and equipment
- Participating in the PvP arena and Drunk Races
- Upgrading land
- Staking in PvP
$JUNK is a secondary token, and will only be used for in-game activities.
$JUNK will be used for:
- Purchasing containers
- Purchasing Raffle tickets
- Upgrading equipment
In Drunk Robots, players have the opportunity to earn rewards:
- By trading in the marketplace
- By playing the PvP mode
- Through seasonal rewards
- By farming on their land (cooking METAL)
“Perhaps I chose this project simply because I liked the name. We usually think of robots as machines that make people’s lives easier, but here they are portrayed in a completely different light. Maybe this is what the world will look like once artificial intelligence takes over.
I really like the artistic style of the game. Despite the frightening dystopia, the game is colorful, and I believe everyone will find a robot they like in it. However, I have to admit that I don’t see this game being worth an investment. I would rather buy NFT for a game that would draw me in more. Maybe it’s just a personal preference, as to some extent the game is similar to Axie Infinity, currently the most successful NFT game.”
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