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Top 3 NFT Games
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Top 3 NFT games Per Traded Volume for 2022

Axie Infinity

Axie Infinity is arguably one of the most important NFT based game out there revolving around creating your own team of cute Infinity little Infinity Monsters, battling other players, going on adventures, completing daily quests, breeding your own axies and trading or selling your axies. It is an interesting mix between Pokémon and a turn-based card games like Hearthstone. One of the interesting aspects of this game is that it encourages a Play-To-Earn economy, meaning the more you play it the more resources you receive in exchange for your time and efforts.

There are 2 types of tokens based on the game. Axie Infinity Shard (AXS) which acts more as a governance token which will allow AXS owners to vote on the future decisions revolved around the game and Small Love Potions (SLP) which is the main reward currency for playing the game. These potions can be used for battling, breeding or trading. The game was so rewarding in fact that in the Philippines it became one of the most played games last year. Also, fun fact, a lot of players in the Philippines earned more than an average minimum wage salary for the country just by playing the game.

The game in itself is free to play BUT it does require 3 axies to form a team, which at currency prices means that it could cost you around $450 to get 3 axies in order to form the team. There are no subscription models or anything like that but it does have a high entry barrier.


Decentraland is considered one of the first attempts at creating a virtual world which is fully created and controlled by the community and integrated to the Ethereum network.

Starting way back in 2016, the idea of the project was to create a virtual world where people could hang around, create their own place or entertainment zones, parks, museum or pretty much whatever people could come up with. It wasn’t until 2018 when the NFT standard became more popular, that Decentraland started experimenting with their own Marketplace where people could buy and sell virtual items.

The game itself is completely free and doesn’t require anything except a browser and a somewhat decent machine. The project also has 2 different tokens. The first is called MANA, which is used as the main currency in this project and as a governance token. People can participate in the decision making regarding the future of the game via voting with their tokens. The other token is called LAND, which is specifically designed to represent ownership of a specific district of the virtual world.


Sorare is an interesting attempt at creating a online web-based fantasy football game revolved around NFTs where the players you choose to form your team are actually ERC721 tokens - or as we call them, NFTs.

This means that you can easily trade your players with other people, sell players for real cryptocurrency, enter tournaments and compete for prizes for thousands of dollars each week. Interestingly, this is one of the few games which has something like a “welcoming bonus” offer where you receive 10 free cards when you sign up. Of course, as with most gaming NFT items, there are rarities attached to each card.

The rarer a card is the higher stats it has. As an example, back in March a player was able to sell a unique 1/1 Cristiano Ronaldo card for $289,920!

Top 3 Upcoming NFT
Games for 2022

Star Atlas

Star Atlas is one of, if not the most anticipated Metaverse game in the crypto space. The game revolves around an MMO (massively multiplayer online) game in the year of 2620 where the universe has been colonized and balkanized. Players can choose to play as one of the three factions, which control portions of the known sectors of space while simultaneously gathering resources from different planets, transporting storage ships, fighting other players in space or grouping up with your own faction and creating raiding parties.

The game itself has an internal economy revolved around 2 currencies; ATLAS and POLIS which allows players to buy space stations, ships, land and more in game assets. The first Token, ATLAS, is the typical in-game currency which acts like gold in most of the games we are used to. With the in-game marketplace, most of the items can be exchanged between players and some earned, with the dev team stating:

“There are very few items in the game that aren't owned by players,” – CEO of Star Atlas.

ATLAS tokens can be gained by completing quests, activities, resource gathering missions and so on.

POLIS allow owners a voice in the future decision making of the game, use it in their own local corporations or guilds and even outvote the creators of the game when it comes to changes around the game.

Another interesting aspect of this game is that it focuses around using Unreal Engine 5, which allows for the game to have cinematic quality visuals, whilst not necessarily blowing up your machine while in the process (meaning it won’t hog all your PC’s resources).

There is no official ETA on when the game will be released to the public yet but we are hoping to see some action around Q2 2022.


Illuvium aims at creating an open-world battle game where people can create their own team of creatures called Illuvials and battle other players’ creatures, with each creature having its own unique stats, class and affinities. Players can collect different Illuvials, go on adventures, capture different Illuvials in the open world and buy or sell Illuvials on the marketplace. It is an interesting combination between open-world exploration and PVP battles, which kind of reminds us of Pokémon back in the day but recreated with the help of blockchain technology.

It was designed to work directly on the Ethereum network with the help of the NFT standards but the interesting thing about this game is that it takes advantage of Layer 2 solutions, meaning that trading is more or less free.

The game also has it’s own token called Illuvium (ILV) which acts as a governance token, meaning that ILV holders have a say when it comes to the decisions which could shape the future of the game. ILV holders can also use their own tokens for liquidity mining and vault distribution but those are not really part of the game itself. The game is free and does not require any ILV to start playing.

The initial idea of the game was publishes in early 2020 and is expected to be available to play somewhere in Q1 2022.

Guild of Guardians

Guild of Guardians is a much anticipated multiplayer mobile RPG game where players build up their own team of Guardians, compete in guilds and team up with other players in order to explore dungeons looking for epic tradeable rewards. Every obtainable item will be represented as an NFT and can be be traded with other players using Layer 2 marketplaces, meaning that trading will be considered more or less free.

Unlike most of the games in this space, Guild of Guardians doesn’t have its own ERC-20 token hence the economy of the game revolves around players’ NFTs. At the moment of writing players can mint their own NFTs to prepare for the official launch of the game.

The game is set to launch in a closed beta in Q1 2022 and a public beta in Q2 2022.

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