Cook Burger! Digital Entertainment Asset Reveals Its First Third-Party Game Title


Singapore-based digital entertainment and blockchain game company Digital Entertainment Asset (DEA) revealed on March 18 the release of the fourth blockchain game title – kitchen burger.

The game will mark the first time DEA has partnered with a third-party developer for the game’s launch. As reported in a press release, Cookin’ Burger will be part of DEA’s PlayMining ecosystem.

Digital Entertainment is constantly expanding its business in the blockchain gaming industry with a number of key partnerships and gaming projects. According to the latest information, the beta version of Cookin’ Burger is expected to release sometime in May 2022.

Cookin’ Burger has arrived!

Cookin’ Burger is an interesting multitasking cooking simulation game where players will take on roles as burger shop staff, process food and serve customers.

When each task is completed, players will receive more bonuses, increase experience points and levels in the easiest way.

Along with announcing the game’s new title, DEA also revealed that the game’s NFT store pre-sale will start on March 18 at 11:00 (UTC+8).

Users can participate in the presale and get early access to grant special offers as an early bird.

Players can unleash their cooking skills in Cookin’ Burger and need to be quick to arrange a reasonable time to serve meals better, not to keep customers waiting for a long time.

Gamers will surely have a great time when you transform into burger shop staff to cook and serve customers. Cookin’ Burger is designed with excellent graphics, lovely gameplay elements, and provides players with an interesting and wonderful experience in every level.

Moving Forward with Blockchain Gaming

Cookin’ Burger brings the simulated blockchain-based experience of running a burger shop. Even with its simple and intuitive gameplay, a specific learning curve will help players excel in the game.

The game offers several in-game rewards. To get them, players will have to complete daily missions, participate and win weekend events and monthly leaderboards.

Based on each player’s in-game scores tallied during each season, Cookin’ Burger will distribute DEAPcoin ($DEP) and other in-game rewards.

The most exciting part is that players can also have the opportunity to run their own burger business if they own Shop NFTs.

Otherwise, they can play as hamburger staff and enjoy the game. These NFT Shop are equipped with a variety of upgrades and features, which impact the overall rewards a player can get.

Shop NFTs are an essential part of the Cookin’ Burger ecosystem, and users will have the ability to get early access to a diverse selection of NFT combinations, including categories, ratings, menus and locations through at the next Shop NFT presale.

Change is coming to the gaming market

Launched in November 2019, PlayMining is a blockchain-powered platform that focuses on providing users with entertainment content such as games and opportunities to earn tokens.

The core philosophy of the platform is “mine by playing”, a form of popular Play-to-Earn model.

The platform allows any playminer – a term referring to players who make their living by earning tokens and making transactions – to participate in the token generation role simply by having a good time, without relying on the power of the machine.

The DEA also announced the participation of Japanese intellectual property holders in the PlayMining ecosystem.

Burger Studio CEO Takafumi Kiyota shared his perspective on the partnership:

“PlayMining is a creator-friendly platform, so even a small team like ours has been able to enter the market. We designed this title to embody the dream of ‘running your own restaurant’ through this ‘cooking game “casual. At the same time, we hope to bring a new ‘play to win’ experience to everyone around the world.”

There are now three games available on PlayMining which were originally developed by the DEA team. Cookin’ Burger is the first project involving a third-party developer – Burger Studio.

This demonstrates that DEA will be willing to form an active collaboration with third-party developers to add more color to the selection of titles on the PlayMining platform.

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