The card collection game with a dog theme has finally gone global and has been released for iOS and Android.
The Shiba Inu network just announced through its official Twitter account that the long wait was over and that the long-awaited card collection game has been released worldwide on iOS and Android app stores.
“The time has come to cross paws in the Dogjo,” read the tweet. “Shiba Eternity is now live worldwide on Android and iOS.”
Shib team also provided links for official downloads:
A few minutes after the announcement, pseudonymous Shiba Inu head developer Shytoshi Kusama made a comment about it and said he was working on making a thorough player guide available. Players should prepare for this before the day is through.
On the Android shop, Shiba Eternity is rated for users who are seven years of age or older, however on the iOS store, this standard is nine years of age or older. It is important to note that in order to play games on Android, your device must be running Android 9 or higher, while on iOS, your phone must be running on at least iOS 11. Notably, the game has already received over 1,000 Android downloads.
Shiba Eternity is feature-rich, as was mentioned in a report from yesterday, and the studio describes it as the most sophisticated card-collection game ever. 500 collector cards, 10,000 Shiboshis, 21 unique back powers, 11 passive powers, 87 card qualities, etc. are a few of the features that are highlighted.
It is important to note that Fxcryptonews’s post from Monday included information on how the game’s producers intend to distribute the revenue they receive. According to the details, developers plan to donate to charitable organizations and invest 45% of the money raised for the long-term maintenance of the Shiba Inu Ecosystem. Additionally, 5% will be burned, and the remaining 50% will be used in a manner that will be kept a secret in order to guarantee that the game keeps its competitive edge.
Notably, Download Day was postponed until today from its original October 1 date to give developers time to complete some last-minute preparations for the community.