• The Sims creator is working on a new “scary” blockchain and AI-based game

  • Gallium Studios, the company behind the popular game The Sims, has formed a partnership with DLT gaming company Forte Labs to develop a new game called Proxi.

    Users will be able to create and own their own content in this blockchain and AI-powered game.

    A “frightening game about self-discovery”

    Users will be able to create “proxies” of their minds in the new game. With 3D drawings, photos, and audio files, players will be able to visualize newly created memories. A memory will be utilized in the creation of a world and a mind.

    The game, called Proxi, will allow players to see how they organize their memories, how they think, and what makes their personalities unique. The game will also allow you to make your own custom map. It will reflect the player’s movement through the world and how he or she forms associations with things. When you do this, a Proxi comes to life and can interact with other Proxies in the game.

    Will Wright, the creator of The Sims and the founder of Gallium Studios, stated in an interview that this game will be about self-discovery, which many people may find “scary.”

    I believe that self-discovery is frightening. Learning about the world isn’t as frightening as learning about oneself.

    Ownership of NFTs and payment for content creation

    According to the article, the blockchain foundation provided by Forte Labs will allow players to own their memories in the form of NFTs. The game is being developed in collaboration with the Gallium team and the Forte devs.

    Forte Labs, based in San Francisco, powers DLT infrastructure for computer games, such as crypto wallets, NFTs, and regulatory issues.

    The company will ensure that, in Proxi, players retain ownership of memories as non-fungible tokens and that content creators are compensated for their efforts.

    There will also be an in-game marketplace where players can trade everything for NFTs or purchase it with USD.

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