5 Top NFT Games in 2022
5 Top NFT Games in 2022
There are many different types and styles of NFT games, which makes it hard to pick one out of the three billion games in the world.

5 Top NFT Games in 2022

There are many different types and styles of NFT games, which makes it hard to pick one out of the three billion games in the world. Some are simple RPGs that are mostly about making new monsters, while others are complex and interesting strategy simulations. Also, not all of them are "play-to-earn" games; some are just "play" games.

Because there are so many different kinds of games and because cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology are hard to understand, it can be hard to understand NFT games. In fact, these games are different from most others because the items you buy or earn can be sold or traded within or between games for real money.

Here are the best non-fee and play-to-earn games that are likely to be popular this year.

1. Axie Infinity

Axie Infinity changed the way NFT games are played. This RPG about breeding monsters showed that NFT games can be useful, rewarding, and, most of all, fun. The idea is simple: raise an Axie as a pet and let it have babies, and each generation of animals will have the same traits. Axies can be bought and sold in-game or on NFT marketplaces. Rare breeds sell for a lot of money.

Quest, player-versus-player (PVP) fights, and Adventure are all common types of games. Smooth Love Potion (SLP), the game's utility currency that is used to pay to breed Axies, can be earned in each mode. In a lot of ways, Axie Infinity is a "normal" game like Pokémon or Digimon. But because your Axies are registered on a blockchain, their scarcity and value can earn you real money.

2. Treeverse

Treeverse is still being made, but you can already play many parts of this NFT game. For example, you can buy "Timeless" characters that are supposed to help you in the Treeverse realm. The game will combine a fantasy and sci-fi MMORPG with a fighting system like MOBAs (multiplayer online battle arenas) to make a huge open-world to explore.

It claims to make anime NFTs a thing with Triple-A accessibility: beating dungeons, killing monsters, getting weapons, forming guilds, and making rare items. Even though it's still early, you can buy plots and characters, and the game has a $25 million startup investment fund. One thing is for sure, though: the art is top-notch. The hand-drawn pictures of the characters are beautiful and have a lot in common with anime.

3. Gods Unfettered

Chris Clay is in charge of Gods Unchained. He used to be in charge of Magic: The Gathering Arena, so it shouldn't be a surprise that this free-to-play NFT card war game has a lot in common with Wizards of the Coast's popular tabletop game.

Similar to MtG Arena, the goal is to battle other players using cards and card combinations. Each card has its own strengths and weaknesses that you must understand and use to your advantage. Gods Unchained is popular because it is free, because it rewards skill, and because it uses microtransactions to make its traditional ideas stronger. You get cards by playing games and getting experience points. They can be bought and sold for real money on the cryptocurrency market Immutable X and as GODS tokens in the game.

4. The Sandbox

Sandbox is one of the best-known non-fiction story-telling games, even though it is less of a "game" and more of a creative platform in many ways. The Sandbox is like an NFT-powered version of Minecraft or Roblox. Users can take part and build games and assets there.

Only here, your inventions belong to you, and you can use the SAND token to buy, sell, and trade digital objects with other users on the platform's internal marketplace. The look of the Voxel-visuals is friendly and reminds me of Minecraft. But The Sandbox has so much more to discover, and you own it completely.

5. Quordle Game

You should not ignore Quordle Game if you like learning new languages, love logic and speculation, and like the feeling of racing with friends. All of the above needs are met here. This is Wordle on a higher level. If you've ever played Wordle and thought it was too easy, not challenging enough, or too easy for you to focus too much, then Quordle is the best way to show how smart and clever you are.