Chainmonsters Launches Closed Beta on iOS and Android

After the successful release on Windows and MacOS two months ago, Chainmonsters is coming to the mobile platforms.  

After a successful release on Windows and MacOS two months ago, Chainmonsters is finally coming to mobile platforms.  

So far, there is only a closed beta release, meaning that you’ll need a key in order to participate. These keys are given away in the project‘s official Discord, Twitter, and other social media accounts, which hopeful players can still participate in, such as these giveaways.  

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The multi-platform approach brings portability to the game, allowing players to game on the go. The beta is currently set to be a long one, lasting all the way through until the end of this year.    

In general, Chainmonsters shares a similar concept to the recently released Pokémon Legends: Arceus, which is the largest Pokémon game to date, with an expansive world and multiple gameplay mechanics.  

Although still in the early beta stages, Chainmonsters is also aims at being a virtual pet game with a big open world, except on blockchain and with crypto implementation. We shall see how they’ll handle the challenge as time goes on.  

 

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Check out the previous updates of the game here: 

The Most Similar Blockchain Game to the Original Pokémon Games Has Launched a Closed Beta – Chainmonsters 

Chainmonsters was also featured in this list:  

3 Axie Infinity-Like Blockchain Games That May Also Boom in 2022 

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