Cornucopias ‘The Island’ is a blockchain-based Play-To-Earn, Build-To-Earn game where players own characters, land, and other NFT-based assets with real world value.
People of all ages can play a variety of small games, getting lost in the play-to-earn ecosystem where they can earn real world value as they explore and construct in our safe and secure universe.
Creative people can design coffee tables, beds, and other household furnishings, which can then be minted into a “Island Blueprint” that other players can buy, gather materials for, and construct in-game into a new NFT. Once built, the craftsman can use or sell the things in their virtual home.
The Island mixes gaming and real-world commerce, allowing traditional and ecommerce enterprises to sell and promote real-world brands, goods, and services to a hard-to-reach audience.
The Island is built on the Unreal 5 games engine, which is compatible with PC, Mobile Phone, Games Consoles, and Smart TVs. It will be powered, governed, and forever evolving thanks to a growing number of communities, including blockchain, Unreal Game Developers, Voxel, 3D Artists and Modelers, and general game enthusiasts.
Creators and players will discover a new type of currency economics where they may build and sell their own NFTs in game or on 3rd party markets. Purchased game assets will no longer be imprisoned inside a single game.
Cornucopias ‘The Island’ welcomes everyone to join the disruptive gaming revolution.
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