My Neighbor Alice is a multiplayer builder game, where anyone can buy and own virtual islands, collect and build exciting items and meet new friends. Inspired by successful games, such as Animal Crossing, the game combines the best of the two worlds - a fun narrative for regular players who want to enjoy the gameplay experience as well as an ecosystem for players who want to collect and trade NFT:s, even if they have no idea what an NFT is.

My Neighbor Alice is not just a game for blockchain players. But itโ€™s a game that could introduce blockchain to millions of players.

The game is aimed at the diverse gaming community which can get easily onboarded from regular platforms. Our main line of comparison lies within the traditional gaming market with the same players being targeted as our audience. We are innovating a new unobtrusive way of connecting an exciting game narrative to blockchain features. My Neighbor Alice has the potential to attract millions of gamers, and an associated greater opportunity for revenues.

The game is designed in a way to allow players to โ€œown the gameโ€ by exercising power over the platform. Players also enjoy the democratic governance model based on a liquid democracy and real-world inspiration rules over a DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization).

My Neighbor Alice is the brainchild of Chromaway AB, a blockchain company known for its relational blockchain Chromia. With My Neighbor Alice Chromaway wants to showcase the potential of Chromia's technology and showcase a prime example of Web3 and decentralized gaming.

My Neighbor Alice has a first version that runs and plays well, and proves that the technology behind it works. The intent now is to fund this team as a new company, connected to a non-profit and foundation, developing My Neighbor Alice so it becomes a commercial success introducing millions of players to blockchain.


When My Neighbor Alice provides a gaming function in a country that requires obtaining a rating before its launch, it will comply with all local requirements before providing the services

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