Backed by Animoca Brands, Planet Mojo has debuted its first-ever cinematic trailer today on its website and YouTube channel. The community members who sign up on Premint.xyz are being offered Cinematic Collector’s Pass NFTs.
The trailer was made possible thanks to Swordfish (based in San Francisco) – Swordfish team comprised talented team members of Pixar and Industrial Light and Magic (ILM).
The music and sound effects were provided by Bay Area Sound. The world of Planet Mojo is a mysterious one – there’s a part in the trailer that shows a mysterious mechanical invasion of this world.
In the trailer, you will see the first sprouted Mojo. This is a magical plant-based creature that’ll rise up to face the deadly threats. There is an upcoming auto chess game called Mojo Melee where the Mojos will be crucial. As a matter of fact, Mojos are crucial to Planet Mojo in terms of gameplay.
See the Trailer:
The Planet Mojo ecosystem is built on the Polygon network – all the upcoming projects such as Biomes land-based game will be leveraging the same technology.
“The Mystic Moose team is excited to progress the story of Planet Mojo through this amazing new trailer… Working on this with old friends from Swordfish was a blast. Their team is top-notch and helped us create something truly magical.”, said Mike Levine, Founder, and CEO.
Moj-Seed NFT holders – early supporters and community members of Planet Mojo – sprouted their unique Mojos, revealing the magical creatures’ one-of-a-kind combinations of traits for the first time on June 23.
Planet Mojo will expand by releasing more games in the upcoming months – Mojo Melee is one of them. You can Visit Their Site to know more about the upcoming updates and Roadmap.
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