- EveryRealm has collaborated with Hometopia to build a home design game on Roblox.
- The immersive real estate developer is bringing the first mainstream adult game to the metaverse.
- Hometopia is a free-to-play game that allows users to build their ideal homes and communities.
EveryRealm has collaborated with Hometopia to launch a home design game on Roblox. Dubbed the metaverse “game for adults”, Hometopia will allow users to build their ideal homes and communities alongside their friends.
Everyrealm is a metaverse real estate company engaged in building virtual buildings in immersive 3D worlds. The company is backed by some of the leading web3 venture capital firms, including Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), which led its $60 million fundraising in February. Other notable backers include Coinbase, the Weeknd, Actor Will Smith and US rapper Nas, among others.
EveryRealm claims that Hometopia is the world’s first mainstream metaverse game for home design, building and renovating virtual real estate.
Axie Infinity, the world’s biggest metaverse NFT game based on the market cap of its native token $AXS allows players to build structures and communities. Based on Everyrealm’s description of Hometopia, the game allows users to build ideal homes, not just structures created to boost gaming experiences.
“Hometopia will capture those looking for a more realistic home design and world creation game as they age out of the homebuilding games they loved as a kid. Hometopia stands to become this generation’s The Sims, one of the best-selling PC games of all time, which sold more than 11 million copies generating more than $5 billion in revenue,” says Alex Ahlund, founder and developer of Hometopia.
The games gaming concept is closer to popular Roblox-based home design games Bloxburg— with over 5 billion visits and 11 million likes since 2015, and Brookhaven— which regularly clocks 450,000+ concurrent users.
Janine Yorio, CEO of Everyrealm, said, “As a gamified combination of Pinterest, Houzz and Wayfair, Hometopia is poised to capture those looking for more adult-versions of Roblox interior design games they grew to love as children, and will particularly appeal to a female demographic that has been overlooked by most metaverse gaming projects but which represents a disproportionate amount of spending power.”
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