The first is Ultimate Battle Arena, a Play2Earn trading card game with auto-battle and a rich in-game economy. While the second is Minionverse, a mashup tower defence and trading card game.
Ross Krasner, CEO of Ryu Games, said: “The market potential for Web3 games is tremendous, but millions of players face heavy friction in simply onboarding to play games powered by NFTs and crypto. With Flame, we set out to better serve the PC gaming market with easily usable NFTs and cryptocurrencies and streamline the onboarding experience. We’re thrilled to reveal our partnership with Ulti Arena to bring on their titles Ultimate Battle Arena and Minionverse. We’ve received tons of interest from blockchain game developers and will be announcing many more new titles to join the Flame platform soon.”
Both games are widely popular Web3 games and are available to download from the Flame platform. Flame acts as a multi-chain wallet, store and launcher of PC games that users onboard through a simple social login that is currently in beta with plans to expand access later this year.
Duke Vu, CEO of Ulti Arena, said: “We’re thrilled to be working with the Flame team to bring our games, Ultimate Battle Arena and Minionverse, to millions of potential players who haven’t yet played Web3 games built around NFTs and open economies. Flame is making it easier and more intuitive for players to access our game and we look forward to the response from players on Flame.”
Before Ultimate Battle Arena and Minionverse, Splinterlands and Pegaxy were the first games to arrive in Flame and Rick Ellis, the founder of Steam, was joining Ryu Games as Chief Product Officer to leverage his decades-long experience in PC, console and mobile gaming development in driving the growth of Web3 adoption in gaming on Flame.