SpaceCatch, a new competitor to Pokémon GO, is set to enter the augmented reality mobile gaming market. Pokémon GO has been dominating the market for several years, but with advancements in technology, its position is no longer unassailable. SpaceCatch, a mobile game set in the future when aliens invade Earth, aims to surpass Pokémon GO by integrating advanced technologies such as blockchain and NFTs (non-fungible tokens).
Unlike Pokémon GO, SpaceCatch incorporates blockchain and NFTs, which gives players new opportunities to earn money and profit from physical activity. The game implements “play-to-earn” and “move-to-earn” gaming concepts, allowing players to profit both from playing the game and engaging in physical activities. This innovative feature sets it apart from traditional mobile games.
SpaceCatch also introduces an open in-game economy, which means players own in-game items. In contrast, games like Pokémon GO do not grant ownership to players, and the game developers have exclusive rights to modify or delete in-game items and accounts. SpaceCatch allows players to freely sell items or accounts, catering to a new category of players known as investment players.
Furthermore, SpaceCatch redistributes earnings from microtransactions back to the players, creating a sustainable “Web 3.0” concept. The game has been in active development for over a year and is expected to officially launch by the end of this year. The developers are also working on launching their own gaming token, $CATCH, and rare NFT items that will generate passive income for their owners.
For players interested in SpaceCatch, the official website and various social media platforms like Telegram, Discord, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and Medium provide updates on the game’s development. The launch of SpaceCatch and its unique features make it a promising competitor in the augmented reality mobile gaming market.