According to the announcement, the program is open to game developers and projects that are enthusiastic in engaging in collaborative efforts with Multiverse projects such as developing cross-game quests or supporting each other through social media.
We’re after developers that harbor authentic passion for advancements in game design, from blockchain-powered game mechanics to extremely high levels of interactivity in virtual reality games.
Put simply, we want you to be as excited about next-generation gaming as we are!
The program will also mostly aid game developers that are in the early stages of their game development process.
Enjin explained that it will consider supporting well-written, completed game design documents, playable prototypes, alpha/beta builds with credible functionality, user experience, gameplay, mechanics, and art direction, and games in post-production stages.
After being recruited in the Enjin Multiverse Program, DApp game developer members will be able to reap several perks and benefits such as a selection of Multiverse assets, a free one-year Enjin Platform Pro Plan subscription, and access to the Enjin Adopter Slack organization.
Developers under the program will also be given a dedicated Powered by Enjin page, generalized marketing and integration support from the Enjin team, and social media promotion.
The platform is designed to help blockchain developers create, mint, and manage their own virtual assets that they can integrate with their games and apps.
Developers can additionally set the values—such as the name, images, transfer fee types, and starting supply—of their assets. However, they cannot deploy the assets to the blockchain.
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