TenUp introduces Ludo NFT-a game with blockchain integration

September 1, 2022

By Anjali Kochaar

TenUp has introduced its Ludo NFT version 1.1 in a hope to reach a wider audience and give more impact to people.

The newly launched NFT is a digital recreation of the iconic arcade game’s design and structure, is currently playable in Ludo NFT. To play with other players, each player needs to have 10 TenUp Smart Coins in their MetaMask wallet.

According to the company, the loser has to give the winner tenup smart coins as a reward. This release features co-op plays for up to four opponents. Each player’s “yard” begins with four pieces.

The program randomly chooses the first participant. Players take turns rolling the dice. Any piece from the player’s yard may be used if they hit a six. It can also move a piece up to six squares.

Any other throw moves the player’s piece to the appropriate number of spaces. If there are no pieces on the track, the turn is lost, and the dice is rolled clockwise.

Players get another throw after hitting a six – and a third attempt after hitting a second six. On a player’s third roll, the turn is over. Upon reaching the opponent’s square, a piece is captured and returned to its owner’s yard. To win, all of a player’s pieces must be in the middle. Some may keep striving for the lower rung.

The company plans to release version 1.2 of its Ludo game by the end of 2022, after the successful completion of its first Ludo game. In addition, the company plans to implement non-fungible tokens (NFTs) as part of this effort.

Under the terms of this new upgrade, players will be eligible to receive a prize consisting of NFTs from the TenUp NFT Marketplace after winning 20 games. After that, gamers can use NFTs to place bets on the company’s NFT Marketplace, which will result in the player earning TenUp Tokens.

TenUp is a decentralized platform that aims to develop Web3 decentralized applications.

About the author

Anjali Kochhar covers cryptocurrency stories in India as well as globally. Having been in the field of media and journalism for over three years now, she has developed a sharp news sense and works hard to present information that goes beyond the obvious. She is an avid reader and loves writing on a wide range of subjects.

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