Crypto Unicorns Launches Unicorn Party, a Collection of Web3 Casual Mobile Games, Starting with Bumpercorns
Unicorn Party is a new PvP series of diverse Web3 casual mobile games that are part of the Crypto Unicorns ecosystem. The first game in this collection is Bumpercorns, a battle royale title where players use bumpers to push each other off of colorful arenas, now available on browsers and Android devices.
Laguna Games has officially announced Unicorn Party, a collection of Web3 casual mobiles games that are a part of the Crypto Unicorns ecosystem, with the first blockchain title part of this series being Bumpercorns, a new take on the battle royale genre.
Unicorn Party is set to feature an ever-growing diverse range of different multiplayer casual games that players will be able to compete in by playing on web browsers and Android devices.
In an interview with GamesBeat, the executive producer of Unicorn Party, Lois Wang, said the following:
“We’re expanding into different genres for this IP so that we can put a variety of games in front of the players. Unicorn Party will be a multiplayer PvP game series where we can experiment with the different genres and diversify our audience.”
One of the “core long-term missions” described by Wang includes figuring out how “our developers and community can be much more integrated and even collaborate,” and that, regardless of market conditions, the company will continue working on “something we consider to be generational.” The executive producer also revealed to GamesBeat that the Land game of Crypto Unicorns has an average daily retention of an hour a day, showing consistent activity in this gaming ecosystem even during the bear market.
As of writing, 2 games part of this new branch seem to have been announced so far to be releasing this year, with one of them already playable on browsers and Android devices. That playable one is Bumpercorns, a top-down battle royale where players play as unicorns on bumpers, with the goal being to bump each other off from the arena.
A match consists of 10 players, and as more players get taken out, the bumpers become larger and faster. As you play you level up and gain XP, unlocking new maps to play on. An in-game currency called Unishoes is also gained from daily rewards and from ranking in the top 3 of a match. This currency is needed for entering matches with an entry fee in Unishoes. You can try the game out for free without needing to connect a wallet, but if you do connect a Polygon wallet, you’ll be able to save your progress and rank on the leaderboards. If you play with a connected wallet that owns a Unicorn NFT and a bit of $RBW, then you’ll be able to enter Party Stamp Rooms by converting the tokens into Party Stamps and using them for entry fees. Winning in these rooms will allow you to earn Party Stamps that you can exchange back to $RBW tokens.
Full details can be found in the game guide here, while the link to the game itself can be found in the tweet down below.
The next game in the Unicorn Party series will be Mob Run, a slither.io-inspired game that is set to be released sometime next month.