Seascape: A Review of the March

Blaise Hilary
3 min readApr 2, 2022


Hello Scapers!

It’s about time to do some reminiscing and for this session, we shall be going through the activities of Seascape in the month of March. It was quite an eventful month, following in the footsteps of February, with loads of activities on different fronts. Seascape Network really really dished out some amazing activities in the last month and without further ado, let’s jump in.


The most recent of Seascape’s titillating games was released a while ago, and it has been nothing short of incredible. Yes, I’m referring to none other than Zombie Farm! My last update on this game had Total Value Locked at slightly more than $7 million, but as of this date, that amount has risen even higher, crossing the $10 million mark! At the time of writing, the number was still rising, so what are you waiting for? Participate in the fun that is Zombie Farm!

Still on the subject of accomplishments, congratulations to Staking Saloon! This game’s special season ended recently, and 6,872 Scapes were destroyed! This is yet another step taken by Seascape to increase the value of Scapes.

Moonscape is another game to keep an eye out for. The Moonscape team launched two playthroughs this month to get users acquainted with Moonscape, and it’s been a blast so far. You can check them out here Playthrough 1 and here Playthrough 2

Profit Circus Season 4 is still going strong and open to anyone who wants to join in on the fun. You can even stake on Ethereum or Moonriver — the choice is entirely yours! You can also explore ancient Rome with Seascape’s Scape Forum Season 3!


Seascape went all out in terms of events! Several AMAs were held throughout the month on various platforms and in various languages. Seascape made a concerted effort to demonstrate its concern for the community.

The GDC in San Francisco, on the other hand, was the most important event that occurred in the last month. The delegates included Seascape’s CEO, Social Media manager, and brand managers, who were able to exchange ideas with industry titans and indie gaming studios. Another highlight at this event was hearing MetaKings Studio, Seascape’s partner studio, announce their epic AAA game Blocklords. The Blocklords Game certainly piqued everyone’s interest, as the MetaKings team demonstrated some interesting demos for people to try out the game.

Seascape also held their first Seascape Multiverse Talks in Twitter Spaces, discussing Blockchain gaming with Meter IO, GoodGamesGuild, and DuelistKingNFT.


Seascape is still making moves to broaden its scope! Big Bang, a Japanese game developer, is their most recent collaboration. Together with Big Bang, they will take Defi Games to the next level, introducing Japan and the rest of the world to the bouncy ball of fun that is Seascape!

Product Updates

Seascape is committed to providing players with the best gaming experience possible. They even went so far as to redesign Moonscape Early Access and have just completed another round of bug fixes! The Seascape development team also released a new update for Zombie Farm S1. In the game, you can now see the total TVL as well as the TVL for each level.

Seascape is implementing trade, mint, and burn history for NFTs on the Scape Store and SeaDex. They are also moving inventory to the main tab and improving image loading to provide you with the best quality possible.

Finally, Seascape has recently announced that their Scape Store is the first in the Crypto World to allow users to trade NFT via P2P!