Aurory – Beautiful NFT Game Built On Solana

Quick Summary

  • Aurory is a Japanese RPG built on Solana blockchain where players battle to earn NFTs and $AURY token. It had one of the most successful IDOs and NFT sales from Solana-based projects.

Companies continue to build their games on blockchain and apply non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and cryptocurrencies to fuel them to decentralize the whole experience and make it more transparent. 

Tons of projects have been created on Ethereum (ETH) or Binance Smart Chain (BSC) but Solana is taking off lately at a rapid speed. One of the latest games that came out on the Solana blockchain is Aurory. Let’s take a look at this interesting project. 

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Aurory Explained

Aurory is a Japanese role-playing game (RPG) built on Solana and set in a retro-futuristic universe. Players get to choose between different game modes, such as solo game mode and two multiplayer modes. Aurory uses the same play-to-earn model used by Axie Infinity (AXS). Players battle to earn NFTs and $AURY tokens which can be used to buy items and improve their chances of success in the game.

Solo Game Mode

This game mode is a fully hand-drawn side-scrolling game in 2D animation. Players follow the quest of Helios, a retro-futuristic cat-like protagonist, and have to fulfill quests, talk to NPCs, and defeat opponents to advance the plot. Defeated opponents will be earned as NFTs which can then later be used as part of the multiplayer mode.

Players will be able to stake NFTs they earned by defeating monsters to win in-game skins, unique and legendary cards, and power-ups. These items can then later be used against other players or traded on the native marketplace.

PvP Mode

The team also plans a player-versus-player (PvP) mode where gamers can challenge each other by choosing five of their items and cards to fight in a contest. The winner gets to collect all the tokens paid to begin the battle. A leaderboard will rank players based on their achievements and allow them to compete for giveaways.

Aurorians NFTs

NFTs in the Aurory universe are called Aurorians and have several utilities for the game. First, they serve as visual identity in the game. In other words, a player’s Aurorian is his avatar. Aurorians give players access to future game modes and function as keys to test and validate additional modes that will be added to player-versus-player. 

In the future, Aurorians are supposed to act as in-game skin modelized in 3D that will allow players to evolve in future gameplay modes. These NFTs can also be used as collateral to borrow liquidity against on the Serum DEX. The team also plans to have farming and staking options for the AURY token. With more than 150 000 concurrent minters, the Aurorian NFT sale was one of the most highly anticipated NFT sales on Solana.

Token Information (AURY)

source: aurory

Aurory’s successful IDO was the largest IDO on Solana. It raised over US$108 million of funds at a price of US$15.54 per token. The successful IDO helped raise funds for the game development and also showed that there is ample support from the community.

AURY token stands on Solana and Binance Smart Chain. It has a total supply of 100,000,000 tokens with only 10% of tokens in circulation. The current market cap is around $91 million which is only a fraction of what it could be with the very successful IDO and NFT sales. It’s already listed on many exchanges like FTX, Huobi, Kucoin and others and if you want to invest in blockchain gaming, this might be the right choice. 

source: coinmarketcap

Conclusion

Aurory is one of the latest most successful NFT-crypto projects on the Solana blockchain. We expect the future success of this game with its great gaming environment, rich colors, tokenomics, and significant community interest. 

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sources: aurory, coinmarketcap, chaindebrief

author: Rene Remsik

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