Gods Unchained - A Closer Look
A closer at look Gods Unchained, the NFT Card Battle Game
I decided to take a closer look at Gods Unchained, and this is what I found.
- Deck Building
- Immutable X Market
When talking about a card game, it’s hard not to compare it to Magic: The Gathering. I’ll try not to, but I make no promises! Gods Unchained is a free-to-play, fast-paced, highly-addictive card game. You build decks to fight other players from all over the world, then you can earn more cards that can either improve your decks or be sold in the marketplace. The rules are pretty simple compared to… other card games. A few matches in and I’m already getting the hang of it. I’ve read a few reviews, and something that not enough people talk about is that this game even looks great. The artwork is beautiful, the animations are smooth, even the loading screens look nice! The following is what you can expect when you play this game.
First of all, before you can start playing, you need to make a deck. To start, you’ll select one of six Gods, each with a theme that the rest of the deck will follow. After you’ve decided on a God, you get to pick 30 cards to go in your deck. There is a lot to consider at this stage: mana costs, power/toughness, mechanics, and so on. A good way to help figure all this stuff out is to play with the beginner decks that are available at the start, then work from there. Now that you have a deck, you’re ready to play!
When you first start a match, you get to equip your God with a spell that can be played once per turn and 30 health. You then draw three cards for your opening hand. You and your opponent take turns dealing cards to try and lower the other’s health down from 30. Creatures can attack the opposing God, or defend your own. Some spells have a myriad of abilities that can quickly turn the game around. The only limit is how much mana you have. Mana is the cost to cast any spells or creatures.
Immutable X Marketplace
As you win games, you’ll level up and get more packs of cards. You have the option of either opening the cards and potentially getting a really rare card, or you can sell your packs in the Immutable X marketplace. Immutable X is a solution that makes trading NFTs much faster and less costly, which is perfect for Gods Unchained. If you own multiple copies of a card, you can fuse them together to turn them into NFTs. These are collectible versions that can be sold for $GODS tokens (see below). You could also trade them with other players to get cards that you want in your collection.
Gods Unchained has its own unique ERC-20 token called $GODS that you can use to buy and sell cards in the marketplace. $GODS tokens also act as a catalyst for “fusing” two like cards together, making a new card with real-world value. You can trade these fused cards in the marketplace, or you can sell them for more $GODS tokens. If you would like to trade $GODS Tokens, they are available on these exchanges: OKEx, FTX, Bybit, and KuCoin. To see more about their tokenomics, check out Gods Unchained at CryptoRank.io.
Gods Unchained is a great free-to-play card game, where you own all of your cards. If you like such games as Magic: The Gathering (oops) and Hearthstone, you should check out Gods Unchained.
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