Shiba Inu confirms child-friendly CCG Shiba Eternity. It removes another game-changing feature


  • Shiba Inu reveals another feature of “Shiba Eternity”
  • The CCG is set to release on October 6th
  • SHIB traded up 0.88% to $0.0000112

The highly anticipated “Shiba Eternity” Download Day is just days away, and as the hype builds around the upcoming Collectible Card Game (CCG), Shiba Inu has revealed more gameplay features.

The latest information on “Shiba Eternity” came from Official SHIB Discord Moderator and Growth Breed member who goes by @SHIBQueenie on Twitter. On Monday, a Twitter user with the handle @Rebelwithwisdom asked the moderator if the CCG is kid-friendly in the sense that it wouldn’t require a credit card or crypto wallet to play.

“There are in-app purchases, but it’s not 100% mandatory or necessary to have a great time playing,” said SHIBQueenie, confirming that unlike other games, “Shiba Eternity” is kid-friendly and doesn’t require a credit card or encryption. wallet for players to experience.

“Shiba Eternity” is an upcoming CCG that features a Japanese martial arts theme where players are represented online by a Shiboshi or a virtual Shiba Inu dog that they must protect from other fighters. There are weapon cards that players can choose to attack their opponent and fighter cards with characters to make the virtual fight happen.

Last month, Shiba Inu’s pseudonymous lead developer Shytoshi Kusama shared that the game will soon have tournaments and a big showdown. “We are actively working on a variety of tournaments for the game,” Kusama said on the official Shiba Eternity Community Discord server, as shared by former Shiba Inu Growth Breed member and social media influencer @GossipShib on Twitter.

“I don’t want to get too involved with how they will work, but they may be in person or via the app. We are looking for additional sponsors and have selected a venue for our big showdown. It will be a few months out so you will have fair warning of stack your decks as tight as possible so you have a chance to win. And yes, there will be prizes,” Kusama added.

“Shiba Eternity” is now available in Vietnam and Australia for testing while the game is scheduled to go live on Thursday.

As of 2:14 am ET Tuesday, SHIB, the native token of the Shiba Inu ecosystem, was trading down 0.88% at $0.0000112 on a 24-hour volume of $167,821,356, according to the latest data from CoinMarketCap.

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