Shiba Eternity is now available in Australia
Those who are in Australia can now try out the collectible card game, Shiba Eternity, months earlier on Android and iOS devices, ahead of the global launch that is scheduled for Q1 2023.
The Shiba Inu team has announced that their mobile card game, Shiba Eternity, is now officially available for download in Australia on Android and iOS devices.
Those who are living in Australia can head to the Google Play Store or Apple App Store and try out the blockchain title, according to the team’s recent tweet. It first launched there on the Apple App Store during the weekend, followed by the Android version this week.
This marks the second country that gets to test out the game earlier ahead of its global release that is scheduled for Q1 next year. The first one to get their hands on the collectible card game was Vietnam, while a launch in Indonesia has also been teased, but does not seem to be available yet at the time of writing. Those who were able to attend this year’s Gamescom also had a chance to try out the game.
Shiba Eternity is a mobile trading card game made by Shiba Inu Games, LLC, in partnership with Playside Studios. Players get to create decks from hundreds of different 2D collectible cards to play with against friends and competitively against others in 3D arenas called Dogjos. Every player has their own unique 3D pet called a Shiboshi, and the goal of each match is to take out the opponent’s Shiboshi in order to win. Each Shiboshi has different traits which alter the kind of Shib Powers, that is, special abilities, it has. Players can pick from one of 6 different ‘disciplines’ for their Shiboshi, which have an effect on the cards available, and thus on the player’s playstyle.