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'Lost at Sea' compete & earn game developed by Appetite Creative

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Compete and earn game, 'Lost At Sea', has partnered with creative technology studio, Appetite Creative, to create, design and build a brand-new, multi-player, blockchain-based game.

The bright, lively and intuitive user experience, where boats race in a variety of water-based courses, follows brave sailors who were once Lost At Sea and are now ready to embark on a mission to secure their well-deserved riches. It offers players the opportunity to compete against opponents to earn $WAVE tokens or other cryptocurrencies like $SOL.

Tasked with designing a full Game Design Document (GDD), where all aspects of the game and challenges were addressed, Appetite Creative has developed a fun, in-browser game, with multiple levels and features, hosted on Solana. The family-friendly game offers a unique experience for a wide target audience, ranging from young people to adults.

“Our aim with Lost At Sea was to create an engaging game which makes a positive impact in our world in a fun, entertaining way. We’re really pleased with the results delivered by Appetite Creative, it’s a compelling interactive game that keeps players coming back for more,” said Jay Walsh aka Scurvy, Creative At Lost at Sea.

“We really enjoyed all aspects of designing and developing this game, which offers a fun and immersive experience for people of all ages,” said Jenny Stanley, Managing Director at Appetite Creative. “The six levels, power-ups, and options to buy and sell NFTs, combined with bright graphics and fun characters, make it truly a game for gamers and novices alike,”.

Users can choose levels, characters, and the number of opponents to race, putting the power and digital ownership into the players hands. In addition to providing a fun way for players to earn, the Lost At Sea team has pledged to donate a portion of the proceeds raised by the game to the Team Seas foundation, an organisation dedicated to removing trash from our oceans.

“We developed Lost At Sea in late 2021 and released it to the world in February of 2022,” said Joe Morris aka Supreme, CEO at Lost At Sea. “Our intentions with the project have always been to utilise this emerging new and exciting space to help better our planet. With the upcoming release of our game, this core principle hasn’t changed. Our game is just another fun way for our community to help make a positive impact in our world.”

The Lost At Sea
collections available include 2D and 3D sailors and Admirals from cross-chain NFT platform, Magic Eden.