Heroes of NFT is a turn-based trading card game where players can use collectible hero cards to battle against each other and earn rewards. Using cosmetics, spell cards, and weapons, NFT holders can upgrade their heroes and then trade or sell them on the marketplace.
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Among the solutions that SubQuerry provides include indexing of idle game/campaign creation data, which can be leveraged to improve HON’s user interface and experience, as well as create Decentralized Applications (dApps) that function with faster response times.
“Data indexers are extremely important to create dApps with faster response times. Thanks to SubQuery solutions, we can respond to any user input with our user interface very quickly on our subnet. For a scalable solution, this was a crucial step!” – Heroes of NFT CEO Memur stated on SubQuery’s Medium account.
The team is currently building a special subnet on the Avalanche Network for the creation of their own metaverse ecosystem, and to separate certain operations from the mainnet. SubQuery’s capability to provide indexing allows games to conduct transaction without relying on large infrastructures to handle data.
PirateVerse is a pirate-themed, Play-to-Earn NFT game on Avalanche. The game features a vast world where players can explore, build, battle, and establish their own kingdoms.
Heroes of NFT and PirateVerse announced their newly-formed partnership on Twitter on August 4. While both games did not reveal any further details about the collaboration, fans are advised to stay tuned for upcoming updates.
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