Shiba Inu Revealed Title of its NFT Game

The team of Mime Coin Shiba Inu has announced the title of their game. The firm had shown its logo earlier this month. This game will be called Shiba Eternity. It is being introduced on the occasion of completion of two years of this meme coin. It will be available on Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

The team at Shiba Inu said in a tweet, “We are proud to announce the title of the game, Shiba Eternity. We are working closely with Playside Studios for a testing schedule and exciting release.” Australia’s Playside Studios is a listed game developer. However, the launch date of this game has not been given. The firm had earlier indicated to launch the game in September. The team at Shiba Inu partnered with PlaySide Studios in December last year.

Shytoshi Kusama, the developer of this meme coin, in a blog post last month Told Was that a great game would emerge from this partnership. PlaySide Studios has previously worked with big firms like Disney and Pixar. A few months ago Shiba Inu’s Metaverse featured over a million virtual plots sales was done. Some of these plots will be used for roads, grounds and other public purposes. The price of these Metaverse plots ranged from 0.2 to 1 ETH. In terms of price, these plots are divided into four categories – Silver Fur, Gold Tail, Platinum Paw and Diamond Teeth. The SHIB team decided to use a neutral cryptocurrency as a land pricing token.

This will prevent the risk of falling coins belonging to Shiba, SHIB, LEASH and BONE. These tokens will be used when further phases of the metaverse of SHIB begin. The SHIB team had stated, “Funds from this will be used to pay for Metaverse development. The team has decided to use a neutral coin that can be sold as a stablecoin to pay for all sources. ” The community associated with this mime coin was also promised a reward for buying land in its metaverse. <!–

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