Making an NFT Game Without Coding [NoCode/Lowcode]

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In the wake of the NFT explosion, more blockchain game initiatives are emerging, indicating that gaming could be a future cornerstone of the NFT market.

This will open up a new industry for creators to capture the attention of gamers, specifically through apps that are interactive and engaging, while offering community features.

This article introduces readers to a variety of user friendly platforms and techniques for game creation, including those that participate in the NFT market.

To look at this briefly from the players' perspective, to gain cryptocurrency in NFT games, players can either win battles or tournaments, or they can sell their in-game assets on NFT marketplaces for profit.

Tokenized in-game assets in NFT games allow players to gather non-fungible tokens on the blockchain (NFTs). Some of these games reward players with cryptocurrencies, while others allow players to gather in-game NFTs that may later be sold for profit.

To gamers, blockchain technology enables decentralisation and the return of control independent control of their currency. Participants with a gaming platform's native token, for example, are sometimes granted voting privileges.

Gaming firms have traditionally held all of the power when it comes to in-game purchases, also known as microtransactions.

NFT Use in Gaming

In the digital market, an NFT, or Non-Fungible Token, is a unique asset that may be purchased, sold, and exchanged.

Exclusive and personalised things like autographs, digital cards, music, or art can be purchased through the NFT marketplace. Autograph and DraftKings collaborated on the debut of Gretzky's memorabilia.

Late July saw the launch of DraftKings' NFT marketplace on the digital platform. The NFT collection was a best-seller in the United States on Autograph because of its extensive collection of Tom Brady memorabilia.

A professional player in a tournament or a wager on the game were the only two ways to make money from sports in the past. As long as you know how to play the game and have some money to invest, you may now make money through online gaming.

You may exchange items, monsters, and cryptos with other players in these games, which makes them a lot of fun. Maybe earning a few dollars would convince your parents that you weren't wasting all that time on gaming in your room.

Remember that you won't make even a dollar a day playing many of these games... at least not right now. When these tokens go up in value, many players plan to have already purchased them at a discount. In November 2011, Bitcoin was trading at $2 per coin, and today it is trading at $46,000 or more.

The value of NFTs right now is in what people are willing to pay for them. Understanding what is hot on the speculative market will give you an edge in deciding what NFTs to focus on collecting

What are the top NFT game collections?

A record $4.2bn was traded in October alone, the third month in a row that has seen more than $4bn in trading activity for the National Futures Exchange (NFT). As such, NFTs have overtaken games and DeFi as the primary source of blockchain traffic (decentralised finance).

OpenSea, the world's largest NFT marketplace, just achieved a major milestone. Its all-time settlement volume crossed $10 billion, according to DappRadar's November 2021 report on the industry. 

Two-thirds of all NFT volume is generated by the top three marketplaces (OpenSea, Axie, and CryptoPunks), which earned $11 billion in total sales volume. That's a staggering sum of money for something that doesn't exist in the real world.

  • Axie Infinity

Axie Infinity, an Ethereum-based blockchain game featuring adorable creatures known as Axies, was released in 2018 and is still going strong. There is only one of each Axie in existence. Each has its own set of strengths and limitations, which are predetermined.

Axie's body has around 500 pieces, which implies that players have an infinite number of bodily parts to choose from while constructing their character. Axies can be common, rare, ultra-rare, legendary, or any combination of these in the following categories: animals, plants, bugs, reptiles, aquatic, and birds.

There are three main objectives in this game: to breed axies, raise them, and fight them. In the marketplace, you may also exchange Axies with other players.

It also offers Axie Infinity Shards (AXS) tokens for players to collect while playing. AXS is the game's governance token, allowing players to cast ballots on major gameplay decisions. The Axie marketplace uses it as a form of cash. Soon, gamers will be able to stake AXS and earn additional tokens.

  • CryptoKitties

One of the first blockchain games was CryptoKitties. These are virtual kittens "live" on the Ethereum blockchain and can be collected and bred by users in the game. Players can sell CryptoKitties on NFT markets and in the platform's marketplace.

Digital cat breeding is a big deal, whether you believe it or not. As a result of its popularity, Ethereum's network became congested in 2017, garnering headlines. As of today, CryptoKitties are still a hot commodity, with daily sales above $30,000.

How can I create my own NFT Collection?

An NFT is a form of immersive theatre that can be accessed online.

The Jay Pegs Automart is one of my favourite examples of a project developing its own distinct brand and look. In their marketing, they portray themselves as an authorised Florida Kia Sedona dealer, selling certified pre-owned 2007 models.

Hackers stole $3 million from the company at its debut, and they responded to the hacker and handled the matter all while maintaining their brand voice as a used-car dealership. Staying in your NFT environment is an excellent example of maintaining alignment with your image and getting the market to buy-in to your approach.

For me, wordplay and teaching are two of my favourite pastimes. So, my initial idea was to start a group called the Cryptoads, whose goal was to "Unite The Metaverse" through educational content, a closed social media network, and an animated news broadcast in animated form.

When a project named Crypto Ads launched before we did, our name was (inadvertently) taken. We changed our name to "No Fun Toads" to reflect the seriousness with which we approach our work.

Even though NFTs are works of art, many projects have plans in place for their development.

You'll see sites that advertise "Scavenger Hunts," "Live Events," "Animated Shows," and "Game Integration." After the initial sale, there is no limit to what you may do with the money you've raised to support your community.

"The Pond" was originally part of Cryptoads' long-term vision. Then metalink came along, and we learned a lot.

Following the success of the No Fun Toads' NFT Addiction music video and the animated music video, I understood that I wanted to focus on doing what I love, helping others do what they love, and assisting those in need.

It's all about having fun in moderation and staying sane with the No Fun Toads brand. In its place, I've placed two north stars, which I hope will direct us toward the goal of increasing the number of fun and happy people in the world.

In order to create an NFT, a smart contract known as a token factory is required. I'm going to go over the top in my explanation of this so that you can grasp the gist of what's happening. On the chain and off the chain, there is a lot of variance between projects, but that's too much for this essay to cover.

As with an internet vending machine, the outcomes of an NFT collection's smart contract are completely unpredictable.

The smart contract for the token factory has been deployed on the Ethereum network.

As long as someone initiates the transaction (the sale price of ETH specified by the author), I will run the code that picks qualities randomly according to their percentage.

Non-Fungible Token (NFT) ownership is documented on Ethereum as the token factory transfers ownership of the NFT from the token factory to the wallet address of the buyer, and that image now appears in the wallet of the buyer. In most cases, none of this occurs in real time, but the point stands.

Simply produce a random toad and send it to the wallet if the wallet pays the sale price. Do this (the collection's size) a number of times, and then stop. Just keep an eye on the secondary sales and send the royalties that should follow.

How can I create my own NFT game?

You may see the potential of working with by designing your own NFT game. With just a few hundred lines of code, Moralis can develop a completely functional NFT game where the avatars are represented by tokens that can move around in a two-dimensional world. Aavegotchi NFTs will be used in this case. There are many other NFTs out there, and the theory is the same, so we are not limited to Aavegotchis.

The first step in developing a secure NFT game is to describe the game's security. Since NFT games can award real money, security is a major concern. Due to this, we must verify that our programme does not allow cheating.

We'll put much of the game logic in our backend code in order to ensure that the playing environment is free of the danger of cheating. For this reason, the frontend's primary function is to inquire about whether an avatar's movement is permitted or not. As a result, users will not be able to hack into the applications or cheat during gameplay as a result.

Step 1: Design

Thinking about the type of game you want to make should be your first priority. There are a lot of different types of games out there. Do you favour strategy, or do you prefer role-playing games, or do you prefer sports-like games?

Identifying your gaming style is the first step in researching comparable games on and off the blockchain. Rather than attempting to reinvent the wheel, start by studying what has worked in the past and drawing inspiration from it.

Rapid ideation and experimentation can be facilitated by non-linear problem-solving approaches such as Design Thinking. The goal of Design Thinking is to ensure that the solution developed meets a genuine need of the intended audience. Multidisciplinary development teams benefit from this collaborative approach by being able to make better decisions and test ideas more quickly with the help of the end user, who also provides feedback as an essential part of the solution process.

Step 2. Development

Creating an NFT game requires careful consideration of a number of issues, and we'll cover those in this stage. And how do you pick your IT stack? We'll show you the most popular options first. DApps, which stands for decentralised apps, are applications made using blockchain technology. This section will refer to the technology as a "DApp" when it may be utilized for any DApp and not just for an NFT Game.

WebApp or Mobile App?

In the early stages of developing a DApp, you may wonder how your users would interact with it. Using a mobile app or their web browsers (Web App)?
Web apps are more accessible to a wider audience since they can be viewed from any browser and on any device, including PCs, smartphones, and tablets. The cost of developing a mobile app, however, is higher than that of developing a web app, but the benefits are larger.

There are native and non-native options when developing a mobile app. A native app is designed specifically for a certain operating system (OS) and has access to features such as alerts, cameras, and more. However, because each operating system is unique, you must create a separate version for each one. Despite the fact that iOS and Android are two of the most popular operating systems on the market, the following list includes numerous others: Open-source alternatives like Ubuntu and PureOS are also available, as is the Mobian OS.

 NFT Games on Ethereum  

  NFT Games on Solana 

Axie Infinity

The Fabled

Gods Unchained

Cukies World

F1 Delta Time

Art of War

Evolution Land

NFT Panda

The Sandbox



What is

GRID is a US-based digital startup that harnesses the power of gaming to educate, engage, and empower people. An open-source framework for creating purposeful video games has been developed by Breshna. This team has more than seven years of expertise in developing serious mobile games.

GRID is a group of nine high-quality Pakistani developers and designers. Mariam Nusrat, the CEO, is a recipient of the Clinton Global Initiative Honor Roll Alumni award and the DC Inno 50 on Fire award from the Washington, D.C. area.

To create "purposeful" games, this firm focuses on the development of games that go beyond amusement. These games could be used for education, marketing, or training.

In the United States, the video game industry is worth $65 billion. And by 2025, the market for purposeful video games is predicted to account for roughly half of the total.

These games are expensive and difficult to make, despite their popularity. To address this issue, the GRID offers a solution:

A software-as-a-service platform called "Breshna" enables anyone to build video games at a low cost and with no coding knowledge required.

For more than a decade, GRID's founder has been involved in the video game and education industries. The programme was released in July 2021, and the company has a provisional patent for its invention. 11 Tribes VC, a venture capital fund, has already invested in it.

Does Breshna support custom graphics and games?

Breshna was introduced today as a no-coding game creation tool, and the Product Hunt community was quick to notice.

"As a no-code site and app developer, I'm always delighted to watch the no-code movement break new ground," one contributor noted.

The platform was quickly touted as the Canva of video games.

Using Breshna's example film, we can see an interface with game templates like "Guess the Word" or "Run and Catch," a platform-style game. From characters to question prompts to collectibles, each game may be tailored to the player's liking. When a game is completed, it may be shared via a URL that can be accessed on any device.

Mariam Nusrat is the creator and CEO of GRID Games (Gaming Revolution for International Development), which is the developer of Breshna. With a Master's degree in International Development from the World Bank Group, she works as an Education Specialist.

GRID's goal is to be the leaders in helping creative people without technical skills explore the universe of game creation, and potentially also use this platform to create new digital assets which could change their life forever. If you're interested, check them out today!

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