KittyKart is an innovative blockchain game that offers players a unique and exciting gaming experience, where they can race, collect, create, and build karts for their avatars while earning digital assets. In this single and multiplayer first-person-shooter (FPS) racing game, players can use their earned assets to embellish their go-karts and characters within the game universe.
KittyKart boasts a player-owned economy where players can truly own, buy, and sell the resources they earned in the game through skilled-gameplay. Unlike other blockchain games, KittyKart adopts a "Play-and-earn" (P&E) model. P&E is a shift from emphasizing that if someone plays a game, they will earn and make money (P2E) to if they play a game, they will be given ownership of game assets (P&E) that can be converted to real-world money. With P&E, players can earn and have ownership of game assets while enjoying the game.
The multiplayer skill-match mode in KittyKart provides a challenging experience for players. During the match, users either accrue or lose skill points, and the number of points added or subtracted is calculated as a function of the track difficulty, the skill ranking of their opponents, and their final placement in the race. After every race, a proof-of-play algorithm is run to determine if a user earned an asset during the match and which one they have earned. Earned assets range from kart skins/stickers (least rare) to engine upgrades/body kits (most rare).
In order to use the earned assets, users can apply them to their karts in the build mode within the KittyMart. Additionally, users can optionally sell their earned assets in the KittyMart. The game asset NFTs generated by KittyKart can only be bought or sold in the KittyMart and can only be transacted using the native currency of the metaverse, the ERC20 Kitty Inu Token.
With its unique gameplay, player-owned economy, and P&E model, KittyKart promises an engaging and immersive gaming experience that combines racing and FPS elements with blockchain technology.