PKCL Twins NFT x Dress Up GameNews

PKCL Twins: NFT x Dress Up game now available for download

Riding the Web3 phenomenon, Cocone Corp. (Cocone) has dropped the world of Avatar into Web3 through a mobile game called PKCL Twins. The new game was released in the Philippines and is now available at App Store and Google Play.

With over 130 million users worldwide, Cocone has been known to craft top-class avatar app services. At the forefront of Web3 with a 10-year history in avatar app development, Cocone has created and designed over one million digital items, with over 13 billion digital items currently in circulation.

In PKCL Twins, users can now enjoy expressing themselves by using their senses to create a new personalized world.

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Here are the details of PKCL Twins gameplay and how players can earn money through NFT:

Gather items, create and express your styles, then turn them into NFTs

PKCL Twins is a blockchain service version of one of Cocone’s signature avatar app titles, Pokecolo Twins. Using the 2D picture book-like world of the service that launched in 2019 as a base, this new title has a refreshed look with the addition of many new great features. PKCL is an abbreviation of Pokecolo, as well as the initials for the service’s important themes of “Pop, Kawaii, Cool, and Lovely.”

The word “Twins” comes from the two avatar twins that you need to dress up and take care of in the game.

No tokens. A service that is easy to understand for those unfamiliar with Web3

As with all of Cocone’s services, an MOOI Wallet is required to export and import digital assets. However, the game and its UIs are designed in such a way that those unfamiliar with blockchain and NFTs can easily jump right in. In particular, PKCL Twins have not included any token elements that are currently widespread in blockchain gaming. Rather, it has placed a higher focus on the NFT element and assets that users can obtain by using the service.

The main target audience, women in Southeast Asia

Blockchain games that target women players are rare among blockchain services. PKCL Twins expects to find success by tapping young women as its audience, especially in the Southeast Asian market. The reason is simple: blockchain games are currently enjoying great success in the region, where the appeal of Japanese “Kawaii” culture is widespread and well-understood. In addition to the Philippines, PKCL Twins is now also being released on a global scale, in select countries.

The app will use the Cocone Group blockchain network MOOI

MOOI blockchain network was released in the summer of 2022 and Cocone currently continues to develop and create a variety of future technology products, including Web3 apps, an NTF Marketplace, and a wallet. As the first NFT-based service out of Cocone’s office in Tokyo, PKCL Twins allows its users to create NTFs by putting together the items used to dress up their Twin avatars. From there, players can simply buy and sell it via NFT Marketplace.