Taking place in a post-apocalyptic environment, The Dustland is the first Proof-Of-Workout Audio game. Users run in the real world and complete missions to earn rewards.
The game is inspired by classic titles such as Diablo, The Witcher and Runescape. It features both multiplayer combat and the planned Darklands open-world RPG expansion. The Red Village uses the Polygon (MATIC) network.
Q4 - 2021
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Q3-Q4 - 2022
Q1 - 2023
Q2 - 2023
Q3 2023 & BEYOND
The player needs to have the following before entering the game:
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“The game looks very promising. It has an interesting, elaborate story and promises dual tokenomics based on game and governance tokens. The game's community is very active on social media.”
In The Red Village, the story is set in a cruel village and a dark age. Players can choose from five unique champions: Barbarian, Wizard, Druid, Guardian, and Paladin. Each has their own name, skills, attributes, and characteristics. There will be a total of 28 000 champions divided into four bloodlines: Genesis - (Genotype R1-R3), Mystic (R4-6), Warlord (R7-R9), and Lionheart (R10-12).
Players will fight for honor and glory in PVP tournaments in front of the Blood Queen, using their NFT champions. The winning players will receive rewards or even NFTs from their opponent. Those who are brave enough can also team up with other communities to wage war in purpose-built arenas tailored to each community. As the game progresses, players can make their way up to the in-game character of Blood Wraith Gaa'gore, and they can then summon new champions.
Players have full ownership of their NFTs, which are linked to their wallets and can be sold, lent, or transferred to other games on the same blockchain.
Tournaments and in-game fights
The game has the following game modes:
To enter the tournament, you need to choose the right champion and pay a fee, which is non-refundable. There are 8 players in the tournament, but the matches are 1 vs. 1. The last player left alive wins the contest.
The life-and-death matches have a total of five rounds. If you lose a game, you lose your champion. But if you win, you claim your opponent's champion.
A practice tournament follows the same rules as a standard tournament, except there is no fee, and lower-level champions can participate.
Fraction fights are brutal, and up to 16 players can participate (8 per fraction). In the future, they will also be projected through the in-game metaverse.