G4AL, the blockchain video game company, is developing G4AL Engine. A blockchain game engine for developers which will launch later this year. 

The tool is in addition to G4AL creating and publishing their own blockchain video games such as Elemental Raiders, which will launch in June 2022. 

G4AL Games and G4AL Engine

G4AL is structured around two business areas. The first one is the blockchain games studio G4AL Games. The second one is G4AL Engine. A full service to enable external developers to create and launch their video games on the company’s blockchain.

“Not only will we launch video games for players, but we will also offer a video game development engine based on our technology. External developers can bring their products to the blockchain while maintaining their quality, which is something that doesn’t yet exist in the marketplace,” says Sort, the CEO of G4AL. 

An engine for video game development on the blockchain

G4AL Engine is a set of tools and services for video game developers that want to make the jump to the blockchain. They have so far been unable to jump the many hurdles to do so, or have found existing services lacking. 

With the move, G4AL wants to contribute to the development of the blockchain gaming sector by empowering other studios to do the same. 

Tools for blockchain video game development

Included in G4AL Engine  are:

  • An SDK that allows external developers to create and launch their video games on the company’s blockchain;
  • digital wallet for storing different types of tokens from gameplay;
  • and a launcher that lets developers create, launch and trade tokens and NFTs. 

“We know fully well how complicated and frustrating the process of developing a game for the blockchain can be. We are determined to change things for the better. Our vision is to fuel the mass adoption of blockchain games. To do that, it’s vital for all developers to have the tools they need to get on the blockchain.” 

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