Shiba Eternity Game Now Available For Downloads
The long-awaited card game featuring dogs is now available for both iOS and Android devices around the globe.
The Shiba Inu network recently declared on its official Twitter account that the highly anticipated card collection game is now available to download on iOS and Android app stores worldwide.
“The time has come to cross paws in the Dogjo. Shiba Eternity is now live worldwide on Android and iOS.”
Shib team provided official download connections as well:
Shortly after the announcement, the mysterious lead developer of Shiba Inu, known as Shytoshi Kusama, revealed that he was going to create a comprehensive guide for players. This should be available before the day is over.
Shiba Eternity is suitable for users aged seven and up if they are playing on Android, while the age requirement is nine or older for iOS players. It should be noted that Android devices must have an OS of 9 or later, and iOS phones must have a minimum of 11 as their operating system. Additionally, the game has already been downloaded more than 1,000 times on Android.
The report released yesterday shed light on Shiba Eternity, which the team claims to be the most complex card collection game available. It boasts 500 collectible cards, 10,000 Shiboshis, 21 special back powers, 11 passive powers, and 87 card traits among other features.
It should be noted that in a report on Monday we revealed the developers’ plans for how to divide the profits earned from the game. The specifics showed that 45% of funds will be spent on investments to sustain the Shiba Inu Ecosystem and donations to charities, while 5% will be destroyed. The remaining 50% will be used to keep the game competitive, although exactly how this will happen has not been made public.
Download Day was initially planned for October 1 but was postponed until now so developers could complete a few final tasks to get the community completely prepared.