Cimu Games has made the announcement that it will be employing Ready Games’ Web3 game development tools in order to re-release its million-selling game Runestone Keeper. It will be a first of its sort for Web3 gaming when the Web3-enabled beta version of the game, which was awarded the Best Gameplay award at the 2014 Unity Awards, is released before the end of the first quarter on PC, console, and mobile platforms.
There are currently six games that are utilizing Ready Games’ Web3 migration platform, and there are plans for other games, such as Runestone Keeper, to onboard in the first quarter after the full release of Ready’s tech stack. After receiving the “App of the Year” award from SlideDb in 2015, Runestone Keeper was later launched to widespread critical acclaim on Nintendo, Playstation, and Xbox.
Cimu Games is well-known for developing high-quality Web2 mobile and console games. Innoteg is the firm that owns Cimu Games. Its team has come to the conclusion that Web3 gaming is the industry’s future, and as a result, they have decided to employ Ready’s multi-platform tech stack in order to break into this rapidly expanding market segment.
Expanding the Web3 Gaming Experience
A community-driven game ecosystem is currently being developed by Ready Games. Shared ownership, decentralized decision-making, milestone incentives, cross-game utilities, blockchain technology, and NFT-based user-generated content all come together within one expanding universe. The end result is an enhanced experience for all parties involved, including game developers, gamers, and content creators.
Josh Furr, Cimu Games’ Marketing Director, said: “We are thrilled and honored to be a part of Ready’s family of like-minded Web3 developers. Our goal is not only to bring Runestone Keeper to Ready but to reward players with valuable game assets and a variety of future games and titles.”
Cimu Games is a leading publisher of high-quality video games for the international market. The company focuses on producing top-tier games for advanced users as well as mid-core games for regular gamers. In addition to this, it transfers games from consoles to mobile platforms and provides assistance to publishers with their own creative endeavors. Cimu Games has over 20 years of expertise in game development, working on both indie and AAA titles, as well as VR games. The company also offers a variety of services.
Christina Macedo, COO of Ready Games, said: “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.”
Cimu Games is working toward the release of Chinese AAA titles, and the company believes that originality is the most important aspect of a game, as well as that Web3 will be the most important aspect of games in the future. The Ready tech stack will soon make it possible for Cimu’s Runestone Keeper Game to be distributed as a Web3-compatible version for personal computers, mobile devices, and consoles. The beta version of Runestone Keeper is slated to be released in March, followed by the complete version later in the second quarter.