CryptoFights is powered by Enjin Coin, a cryptocurrency for virtual goods created by Enjin. Enjin is the largest gaming community platform online with over 250,000 gaming communities and 18.7 million registered gamers.
At its core, CryptoFights is a 1 vs 1 turn based fighting game. Imagine a turn based street fighter, but with weapons and armor that you can change to outmatch your opponent.
New players start as a low level fighter and must win matches to earn XP and gold. XP can then be used to level up their fighter making them stronger with more ability points to allocate.
Gold can be used to buy new weapons and armor from the marketplace to give your fighter the edge it needs. As your fighter levels up, you will enter new arenas to battle, getting you higher level rewards.
Fighting a match is heavily based on dice rolls to introduce some element of luck and randomness to both players. The first round there is an initiative roll to see who goes first.
Heroes enter the battle arena with an equipped weapon and armor set if they choose. Equipping weapons and armor increase the heroes abilities and defense.
Each round is based on random numbers generated by both players. These random numbers seed the games logic engine to determine how the heroes fight in each round.
Initiative Roll: Turns are decided with a dice roll for initiative. Certain races have bonuses added to this roll to give them a better chance of going first.
Attack Roll: The player going first rolls an attack roll. This determines if the attack will hit the opponent.
Damage Roll: If there is a hit then another dice is rolled to determine how much damage to inflict.
Adam Kling leads business development of game studio Thoughts In Motion, Inc. Adam has 12 years of experience in the performance marketing and tech startup industries and has previously worked on various SAAS and entertainment applications.
Abel Dantas is a Software Engineer from Portugal. Abel is a Freelance C# and Unity Developer, who is highly experienced in managing and collaborating with multidisciplinary teams.
David Case is the Backend Architect & Engineer of Cryptofights. He enjoys the fine things in backend programming, such as having to ocassionaly remove children from their parents with a fork.