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Blockchain Monster Hunt



If you ever owned a Gameboy Advance and traveled across cities in Pokemon gathering all the gym badges, then collecting monsters across different chains on Blockchain Monster Hunt might be your next best bet in web3 games.

Blockchain Monster Hunt is the world’s first multi-chain game where players get to hunt or battle for a chance to capture these unique Monsters and earn while exploring the game’s unique world.


Blockchain Monster Hunt follows a very simple game pattern. You need to wander across its beautifully drawn world trying to capture monsters across different chains while battling other players for dominance on the leaderboard. However, it is not as easy as it sounds as the title gives players a vast amount of monsters, elements, and traits to choose from when assembling their star team.

There are 22 Genesis Monsters, 500 Wild Monsters and an undefined number of artificial Monster species as well as Chain Mascot. There are a total of 6 mascots, resembling the 6 different chains the game currently supports. Naturally, this gives Blockchain Monster Hunt incredible depth and complexity very few web3 games can compete with.

Wild Monster species are divided into 50 genus groups, each having 10 Monster species. The genus-group dictates the rarity of a species and all species of the same genus share the same rarity. The higher the genus number, the rarer the Monster is.

This extensive roster of monsters spans across 10 different elements; Earth, Electric, Water, Fire, Ice, Air, Dark, Light, Spirit, and Neutral. Each element type is strong against 2 other types. Its primary weakness is the element type you must use to support catching a monster of that type.

The monsters you take with you into battle matter significantly on how capable you will be in taking down certain elements. The development team managed to make it so you have to carefully choose your battles and not dive nose first regardless of the enemy monster's attributes as long as you have a stronger one yourself.

Now onto how to play the game once you fire it up. Let’s say you come across a monster and you want to catch it, you will have to select the right monster, in terms of strength, counter-rarity, among other aspects, to fight it and spend Energy to increase your chances of successfully capturing the monster.

This makes for a great mechanism as it keeps pushes players to consider how much they actually want to capture this specific monster or save their precious energy for potentially an encounter with a higher rarity monster. It is a great mechanism implemented by the studio to make sure players don't recklessly horde every monster that comes their way and flood the marketplace with low level monsters.

For reference, Energy is used for all in-game activities such as paying fees, teleportation, catching monsters and boosting catch rates, competing in battles, topping up Stamina and even for rewards. 

Blockchain Monster Hunt’s token is exchangeable for Energy and vice versa. This mechanism allows players to quickly recharge their Energy to keep going as the exchange rate is generous enough to give you a decent runway to keep playing for some more time.


Blockchain Monster Hunt brings a great web3 game for all Pokemon fans to enjoy and sink countless hours into. Its complex combinations of elements, expansive roster of monsters, and a carefully crafted Energy system to constantly put you in the driver's seat to make difficult decisions.

However, the game suffers from a number of glaring issues at times. Regular players have reported bots who managed to find workarounds against the game's cheating detection mechanisms. These accounts manage to sustain an unreasonably high monster catch rate.

Not only that, there has been an ongoing issue with the game's rare monster spawn timings and places. This goes hand in hand with the bots mentioned earlier as they are often the first to catch these rare monsters with little to nothing normal players can do to get to them faster.

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Mostafa Salem

Head of Gaming Research





Blockchain Monster Hunt Review

Blockchain Monster Hunt brings a great web3 game for all Pokemon fans to enjoy and sink countless hours into. Its unique art style and vibrant world can often times find its true potential pulled down by unoptimized spawn rates for rare monsters and bots programmed to catch them faster than any human player could.



Variety of monsters

Competitive environment pushes players to search for powerful monsters

Beautiful world and monsters art


Connectivity issues when dealing with cross-chain activities

Bot players often catch rare monsters faster

Non-optimized monster spawn rates

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About Blockchain Monster Hunt

Blockchain Monster Hunt

Blockchain Monster Hunt (BCMH) is the world’s first multi-chain game that runs entirely on the blockchain itself. Inspired by Pokémon GO, BCMH allows players to continuously explore brand-new locations on the blockchain to hunt and battle monsters.


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