Kawaii Islands is an upcoming play-to-earn social game that's now open for pre-order on iOS

Kawaii Islands is an upcoming play-to-earn social game that's now open for pre-order on iOS

Charming play-to-earn game Kawaii Islands is now open for pre-orders on the iOS App Store, letting players look forward to building a virtual experience and enjoying an idyllic farm life while earning IRL money at the same time. The so-called "anime metaverse" from Imba features a fantasy world where players can design, build, craft and network with other players in a blockchain-based game.

Kawaii Islands features a colourful world filled with exciting quests players can complete for special rewards. They can also craft items, manage magical resources, build furniture, fulfill orders, showcase self-tailored outfits or simply hang out with online buddies and other netizens across the globe.

The mobile versions of the game will supposedly launch early this year, with pre-orders now open on the iOS App Store. There will be a Tailor feature and a daily shop, as well as Kawaii mini-games and more social features between the games. According to the official website's roadmap, the game will soon feature a self-open business or coffee shop in the fourth quarter of 2022, along with AI-powered metaverse services.

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If you're curious about the title, you can pre-order Kawaii Islands on the iOS App Store - it's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases. You can also visit the official website to stay updated on all the latest developments and to learn about the game's Tokenomics, or have a look at the embedded clip above to get a feel of the game's visuals and various territories. According to the video, the four main residential areas of the Kawaiiverse will be filled with a whopping 31,415 individual islands for players to explore.

Are you on the lookout for more similar titles that will put your skills to the test on your mobile device? Why not take a gander at our list of the top 28 best multiplayer games for Android phones and tablets?