New tech stack powers Web3 gaming development in dApp Store kit.

The dApp Store Kit, which was originally developed by Polygon Labs, will integrate Ready Games’ mobile game development toolkit to assist developers in launching Web3 games.

The toolkit for deploying EVM-compatible DApp stores from dApp Store Kit will be combined with Ready Games, allowing developers to integrate Web3 on-chain support. This will include the ability to integrate wallets and on-chain user profiles, as well as a DApp Store frontend stack to launch Web3 games.

The announcement emphasized the prevalence of a “clunky user experience” in mobile Web3 games, which frequently necessitate users switching in and out of games to interact with external wallet apps.

Ready Games operates in the free-to-play gaming space, with studios representing over 2,500 games and 80 million active monthly users set to feature their titles in the platform’s upcoming dApp Store.

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Many of these publishers are expected to migrate existing games to Web3 using Ready Games’ development tools and dApp Store Kit and deployed on decentralized Polygon scaling protocols.

Ravikant Agrawal, the director of growth at Polygon Labs, stated that gaming continues to be a focal point for the Web3 ecosystem, in which DApp stores can drive improved user experience and engagement:

“By leveraging decentralized application stores, gamers can enjoy a seamless and secure experience while also contributing to the growth of the Web3 community.”

David Bennahum, CEO of Ready Games, added that the integration of the platform’s Web3 gaming technology and dApp Store Kit could revolutionize the mobile gaming landscape:

“This integration paves the way for a new era of immersive and decentralized gaming experiences that will drive mass adoption of Web3 technology.”

The decentralized application (DApp) development platform, dApp Store Kit, has incorporated a major Web3 game development technology stack to assist Web2 game publishers in migrating their titles to Web3.

Casual gamers have been identified as a possible driver of blockchain-powered games by industry participants. Meanwhile, the Web3 gaming industry continues to attract criticism from mainstream commentators for tokenomics concerns and general user experience and playability issues.

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