The makers of popular PC game Tibia enter the world of blockchain games.
Hundreds of blockchain games have been released over the past few years, but LiteBringer is the first running on the Litecoin blockchain.
Developed by experienced German studio CipSoft, the PC game has been designed to make the most of this emerging technology by focusing on what it does best – that is allowing players to truly own and control all their in-game items.
And as a role-playing game, LiteBringer certainly has plenty of those.
Each character created in the game needs to be equipped with the best gear you can find, and both character and gear need to be leveled up by collecting the material resources each requires.
The result is a game that sees you sending your characters on specific time-based missions to collect loot, and then using that loot to make them more powerful so they can complete more difficult missions for better loot.
Of course, as a blockchain game, this activity is stored on the Litecoin blockchain, including characters, gear, and resources.
More importantly, all of these items can be traded within the game’s marketplace. So if you really want a high-quality sword or helmet and are prepared to pay the asking price, it’s yours.
Similarly, if you have gear or characters that you no longer require, you can try to sell them to other players as well.