- Cimu Games has teamed up with Ready Games to bring its successful title Runestobe Keeper to web3.
- The web3-enabled beta version will launch towards the end of Q1 on PC, console and mobile.
- Cimu Games’ team believes blockchain is the future of gaming with Ready Games the perfect for its first foray into web3 gaming.
Cimu Games has teamed up with Ready Games to bring its successful game Runestone Keeper to web3.
Cimu Games is a subsidiary Innoteg, a video and mobile gaming studio led by a strong team of developers and creators who previously worked with 2K Games, Ubisoft, Nintendo Wii, 3Ds, and GameCubes, helping to make titles like TopSpin, Rayman, Splinter Cell and Bioshock 2.
The studio’s games draw inspiration from both Western and Eastern cultures. Runestone Keeper is a dungeon crawler game that blends traditional roleplaying concepts with a turn-based combat strategy.
Cimu Games’ team believes blockchain gaming will play a pivotal role in the future of the industry. The company also thinks Ready Games’ web3 gaming stack is perfect for its first foray into blockchain gaming.
Commenting on the partnership, Josh Furr – Cimu Games’ Marketing Director said: “We are thrilled and honoured to be a part of Ready’s family of like-minded web3 developers. Our goal is not only to bring Runestone Keeper to Ready [Games] but to reward players with valuable game assets and a variety of future games and titles.”
The web3-enabled beta version of Runestone Keeper will make its multi-platform (PC, console, and mobile— a first of its kind for web3 gaming) debut in March 2023 ahead of the full release in Q2.
Christina Macedo, COO of Ready Games commented: “We are thrilled to enable multi-platform games to enter into web3. Runestone Keeper, with its great history and community, is the ideal game for us to partner with to launch our web3 gaming development tools across multiple platforms. Together we can reach more gamers worldwide on PC, console and mobile and further innovate and expand the web3 gaming experience.”
Ready Games’ web3 gaming stack is quickly becoming popular with web2 game makers that want to add blockchain gaming features to their titles. And with Runestone Keeper, it shows that the platform is also attracting successful game titles.
Runestone Keeper won SlideDb’s “App of the Year” in 2015 and has since gained acclaim from Nintendo, Playstation, and Xbox gaming communities.
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