Line Next, an NFT-centric, United States-based subsidiary of the company behind popular Asian social app Line, revealed the first five games that it plans to release on its Web3 gaming platform Game Dosi in the second half of 2023.

The new Web3 games include Sweet Monster Guardians, Vestria the Last Order (VLO), KEROZ, Drawship Kingdom Reverse, and Project GD, the last of which is an internally-developed IP that will apparently span multiple games over time.


Each title features unique game mechanics, according to the firm. The first Game Dosi title to offer NFT pre-sales, Sweet Monster Guardians, is a browser-based strategic defense game from developer Movisoft built around the strategic placement of unique characters.

A screenshot from Sweet Monster Guardians. Image: Game Dosi

Players can immerse themselves in the collective role-playing adventure of VLO and strike off on quests together. The PC and Mac game has a Final Fantasy-style vibe and is developed by SIS Studio.

Those more inclined towards dungeon-crawling “roguelike” games may instead choose to turn towards KEROZ, a mobile and PC action-adventure experience created by Superflex. Drawship Kingdom Reverse gives gamers an opportunity to reap NFT rewards via avatars, machines, and dolls. That browser-based game hails from Nolatency Limited.

Few details have been released about Project GD, but the Game Dosi website notes that the fantasy IP will be a competitive trading card game (TCG) with NFT-based decks of cards.

Prizes and giveaways

Game Dosi’s official launch is slated for May 18. In its debut, the company said that it will offer a membership sale with gold and platinum-tier NFT passes that grant benefits such as early access to the new games.

Under the creed of “Gamer First, Web3 Next,” Game Dosi will provide NFT rewards from its forthcoming Project GD game. Players can earn the rewards by completing missions that can be found on the company’s community website, with a May 31 deadline.


A second chance to win NFT prizes takes the form of a raffle, with participancy based on the number of Discord sign-ups for Game Dosi, the company said. Game Dosi also said that a secondary lineup of additional titles will be released “featuring globally popular content in the second half of this year.”

Game Dosi is built on the Finschia blockchain, a network previously known as Line Blockchain and before that the Link Chain. LINK is the native cryptocurrency of Finschia.

This isn’t the first foray into NFTs for the Line brand. IPX, the parent company for the popular Line Friends characters, recently revealed a collaborative partnership with Chiru Labs, the company behind the Ethereum-based NFT project, Azuki. The brands will explore potential content and merchandise opportunities together that feature their respective IP.

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