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Welcome to the next-generation entertainment metaverse! X World Game ecosystem consists of 3 games (Dream Card V1, Dream Card V2 and Hero Card) and Metaverse entertainment (Dream Idols, NFT Marketplace and DeFi Pool).

Minimum NFT requirement

1 Hero Card

Minimum investment



X World Games is the next-generation decentralized gaming and entertainment metaverse. Its ecosystem consists of 3 games (Dream Card V1, Dream Card V2, and Hero Card) and 3 metaverse entertainment projects (Dream Idols, NFT Marketplace, and DeFi Pool).

How To Start

The project is already available in the Alpha Test version, and all its aspects are subject to change. However, to start playing, you need a crypto wallet with a Binance Smart Chain setup. You can log in to games with your wallet, e-mail, or phone number.

  • To play Dream Card V1, you need a browser on Android or iOS.
  • To play Dream Card V2, you need an Android device. You can also play on Windows PC or macOS, but with an emulator (BlueStacks, Nox). A version for iOS will come soon.
  • For Hero Card, you need a Windows or Mac browser or an Android application (a version for iOs will come soon).
Dream Cards NFT

The Dream Card (NFT) is released in BEP-721 format. Each Dream Card has qualities, elements, techniques, HPs, ATKs, levels, and other features, so each has uniqueness and collection value. Dream Card NFTs now can be cross-played in Dream Card v1 & Dream Card v2 and participated in the X Pool staking events.

The rarity and strength of a card are represented by its color. There are four types of rarity: common (white), rare (green), epic (blue), legendary (purple), and mythical (orange). The rarer the card, the higher its attack and defense stats. As you will see while playing, same-level cards with different rarities have different stats. So rare cards are more potent and, of course, cost more. Moreover, the rarity of cards defines the number of skills they can use in the game.

The number on the top left of the card is the number of turns you need to wait until you can use this card to play. This number increases with rarity. Card Level determines its strength in terms of Atk and Def Stats. The higher the Level, the stronger the card is. There are up to 5 levels (or stars) that a card can reach. You should use the "Level Up Stone" to Upgrade the Generation of your card.

You can upgrade your cards in the "Cards" section on the Main page. Click on a card and then "Star Rising" for Level up, or "Rank up" for upgrading Generation if you reach maximum stars on this Generation.

Another essential thing is your skill level. You should buy the "Skill Book" to improve your skill level. Then click on a card, go to the "Skill" section and click on "Reset random skill". You will land on another page where you can choose the skill you want to reset. If you are satisfied with the result, click on the preserve. Otherwise, you can draft again for a higher skill level. Be aware that when you use a Skill Book, the Level is randomly assigned. Reaching high levels is more complicated, so you should spend some books to achieve it.

Legendary and Myth cards have 3 of 4 Skills. The 3rd and 4th skills can be changed using the "Reset Stone". If you don't like that skill, click on the Reset Skills button and choose "Reset Skills". When you confirm, the new skill will appear below.

The skills a card can have depends on its rarity and Generation according to the following scheme:

  • Standard cards can use a skill, level 1 only;
  • Rare cards can use a skill of any level;
  • Epic cards can use two skills of any level;
  • Legendary cards can use three skills of any level;
  • Mythical cards can use 4 skills of any level.
  • 1st skill unlocks at 1st Gen 2nd Star;
  • 2nd skill unlocks at 2nd Gen 1st Star;
  • 3rd skill unlocks at 2nd Gen 5 Stars;
  • 4th skill unlocks at 3rd star.

Commander is your avatar and main Hero on the left side of the deck during combat. If it is defeated, the combat will end even if you have many cards on the deck. It will help if you upgrade your Commander since its Level determines the number of cards you can have in your deck and the daily battle you can make.

To level up your Commander, you should use EXP Items bought in the Mall. Go to the Main page and click on the "+" button to feed your Commander.

Dream Card V1


This classic trading card game has essential and functional elements, such as a card level and rarity system, PvP focus, character growth, ELO rating, passive skills, and NFT staking & trading.

The gameplay is relatively simple: the game adopts a turn-based battle system, and the battle ends when one side's number of cards or life value drops to zero. Every turn, cards damage each other or the Commander to get the victory. According to your cards' attributes and abilities, you can mix up different skills to deal maximum damage or heal your cards at every turn.

You can turn on autoplay or skip the battle if you are confident. The party who wins the battle will receive experience points and victory box rewards, and the loser will deduct a certain amount of experience points and get the battle box rewards.

After entering the battle interface, you can add the cards with 0 waiting value from your deck into the battle. Cards with a waiting value different from 0 can be dropped into battle after a specified number of turns.

How To Start

To start playing, purchase some NFT cards via the Marketplace or Prom. All the cards differ by rarity, skill level, and other attributes. Afterward, you must transfer your NFTs from the wallet into the game and configure your battle deck.

Gaming Modes

You can choose between 2 modes: Normal PvP (Battle) and Ranked PvP (Elo). You can get rewards in $XWG and $LUCID in both modes.

The Ranked PvP is a special tournament that lasts 2 weeks where you can compete with semi-professional players for rewards. To join the tournament, you should pay 10 $XWG to battle 10 times daily. You can battle up to 20 times, but you will have to pay 10 $XWG per battle to participate (100 $XWG in total).

The Normal PvP allows you to choose a game room with players to challenge. Players can sign up to join any room and enter an unlimited number of games for the duration of the season. The first player joining a room is the room's leader. Any following players take turns challenging the room leader in the order they registered in 1v1 battles. Winners turn into new leaders. Players who fail to beat the room leader are eliminated from the room.

The room closes if a leader has yet to be challenged or replaced within 30 minutes. There will be two types of game rooms available for players to create and join to earn different rewards, $XWG, and $LUCID game rooms. Different game room settings will differ from room to room (player limit, entry fee, deck limit, etc.) Rewards will depend on the registration fee for the room.

There is also a new mode called Boss Raid, where you must deal maximum damage to the PvE boss with an enormous quantity of HP. This mode requires many players because only together can they defeat this Boss. All the dealt damage is summed, and the rewards are distributed among players. This mode is renewed every week.

Dream Card V2


Dream Card V2 is a multi-player RPG game featuring the PvE mode with new Heroes and NFTs. It's the next upgraded version of the Dream Card series, running parallel to Dream Card v1 and mainly focusing on PvE gameplay. Players can play against computer AIs, passing through levels and beating the final Boss. The combat animation and special effects will be upgraded. More game modes will be developed for a better game experience and player retention. Currently, you can try the Open Beta Test of the game.

How To Start

Sadly, Dream Card V2 doesn't work with many popular wallets, but only with some of them (SafePal, Token Pocket, or X Wallet, the wallet of X World Games), so you need to install them first and set Binance Smart Chain. For a start, you need only 1 card, which you can purchase via the Marketplace or 40 cards from Dream Card V1 and the new 22 cards of DC v2 will be suitable for playing this game.


The game is an auto-battler, so you must wait and watch your cards do the work. You can increase the battle speed by tapping the bottom left button.

The main activity of the player in the game is battle preparation. Choose your characters wisely, and remember that you can deploy up to 7 heroes in the team. You can prepare your Heroes for the battle in the "Hero" section.

Here you can see all the cards you possess. To see the detailed stats of the cards and upgrade them, tap on details on the bottom left:

On the right, you can see your card stats and skill. The "+" blue-colored stats represent the bonus stats given by equipment. Remember to read your card's skill since it dramatically impacts the gameplay. The symbol on the left of the card's name represents their classes. Cards can have one of the following classes: Knight, Assassin, Archer, Mage, and Priest. Each class has a specialization: Knights focus on defense, Assassins on single target damage, Archers on sustained damage, Mages debuffs and AoE, and Priests cure teammates. It is essential to keep that in mind when making your formation. The following section is "Ascend". Let's explore it together.

In this section, you can upgrade your card. All you need to do is select how many stars you want to upgrade. It will cost you some $XWG, and the price of upgrading goes up with the amount of XP you need. Upgrading the cards will give you better base stats, and with each Generation, your skills will also gain a level. Upgrading the cards has the same structure and effect as in the Dream Card V1.

The last section there is called "Equip".

Here you can equip weapons and armor for your card. Equipment is essential for strengthening your cards since it dramatically boosts defensive and offensive stats. Of course, the equipment has a different rarity and influences the stats differently. Remember that equipment is restricted by class, so you should have items that suit your Hero's class.

Upgrading equipment works almost the same way as upgrading cards. The only difference is that instead of using $XWG, you use either essence or other equipment to upgrade it.

Another exciting thing is the Talent section.

The Talent System is a training system that uses Talent Debris to upgrade Talent Cards to improve the overall attributes of the team on the battlefield. Each player has 9 Talent grids, and all activated talent attributes take effect during the battle on one card and all Heroes as a team.

Players have a 5% chance to get Talent Debris and Talent Cards by opening Dream Card V2 Treasure Chest upon clearing a chapter; 50/50 chance of getting either Talent Debris or Talent Cards. What is more, they can be bought via the Marketplace or at

Talents are divided into three categories of 6 different skill attributes. Each player has 9 Talent Grids. Each Talent Grid can be equipped with a Talent Card but can only be sometimes provided. The higher the quality and skill level of the Talent Card, the higher the attribute value.

Game Modes

Adventure Mode. In this mode, you will have to pass 15 Chapters with ten stages in each. To begin the next one, you must clear all the previous chapter's stages. To access each chapter, you need a "ticket", which can be purchased with $XWG from within the game.

To receive your rewards, you need to clear all stages but remember you will need to pay for the ticket every time you want to play a part. However, you will only lose something if you finish a part, and it will remain open. So take your time to upgrade your cards and equipment. Your wallet, cards, and equipment have limits. That's what the number below "deployed" and "surplus physical strength" means. You won't be able to play with that wallet, card, or equipment if it hits zero.

The Main reward for completing all ten stages in a chapter will be $LUCID, a secondary currency commonly used to upgrade the Dream Cards or participate in the XWG staking pools.

Protect The World Mode. This is a new set of PvE challenges for good rewards, but with some restrictions:

  • To access all 3 stages of Protect the World, you must have cleared the 5th, 8th and 10th chapters in Adventure mode.
  • When you complete a stage in Protect the World, Physical Strength will be deducted. No Physical Strength will be deducted for failed attempts. You need to have sufficient Physical Strength to enter any stages in Protect the World.
  • Players who complete a Protect the World stage will be rewarded with Talent NFTs and Talent upgrade materials.
  • The quality of acquired Talent NFTs is random.

Devil Seal Mode. Devil Seal is a new game mode in Dream Card V2, every seven days is an event cycle, and participants in the challenge will receive $LUCID rewards. Activity rules:

  • Each account gets two free challenges per day and three additional challenges per day with the purchase of a Legend Contract (with $XWG).
  • Gold Contract and Legend Contract can be purchased only once each during the activity period.
  • Active rewards are divided equally among all players according to the number of challenges they have participated in during the activity period.
  • Ranking rewards are based on ranking the score earned by players' challenges, and the top ten can receive rewards.
  • The rewards of each activity period need to be claimed on the day of settlement, and the previous rewards cannot be claimed after opening a new activity period.

Hero Card


Hero Card is a third-party-produced play-to-earn game launched on the X World Games platform. The release of Hero Card brings a new set of professionally drawn and beautifully designed Japanese anime-style art to the NFT cards for gamers to collect, play and earn $XWG!

The gameplay of Hero Card is inspired by the well-known card game "Rummy" but with the ability to earn $XWG tokens through regular gameplay. Players will compete as individuals in matchmade group battles to obtain a matching pair of Hero Cards. Once a player has three of the same Hero Cards, they win. In Hero Card, the play-to-earn aspect takes centerstage by allowing players to win $XWG regardless of whether they win or lose a match in Hero Card.

Getting Started And Gameplay

Players can obtain cards for their Hero Card decks by purchasing mystery boxes on Binance NFT via the in-game store or Players can also synthesize specific cards with the in-game "composite" system by sacrificing lower-quality Dream Cards from Dream Card v1 and v2.

Once a player has obtained five Hero Card cards and has added them to their Hero Card deck, they can find PvP matches from the main menu.

When eight opponents are found, the game starts. The player will take the first turn at the top and then rotate clockwise.

Players will then take turns exchanging their cards with the center pile. If a player ends up with a pair of the same cards, they win!


As said before, players can earn $XWG regardless of whether they win or lose a match in Hero Card. Players will earn lottery tickets and Bills as their primary rewards for participating in Hero Card battles. Lottery tickets are given only to winners of Hero Card battles.

When used, lottery tickets will grant players an exclusive pass that can be further exchanged for either $XWG rewards or to get a piece of the grand pool prizes. Bills are given only to the losers of Hero Card battles and can be directly exchanged for $XWG at a variable exchange rate. The primary purpose of the Bills currency is to help players recover a portion of their entry cost for participating in Hero Card battles; since you only have five free battles a day, you will need a ticket to participate.

X Pool

X Pool is one of the significant $XWG ecosystem infrastructures in which users can stake tokens & NFTs to earn $XWG. It provides additional utilities to players' NFTs and adds more fun to play-to-earn by integrating different NFTs' abilities and combinations to achieve different levels of returns.

X Pool is now supported with token & NFT staking and third-party incorporated liquidity mining; more DeFi functionalities like lending and swapping are coming soon.

How To Earn

The main income in XWG universe comes from staking in X Pool, but you will need to get some $XWG and $LUCID, playing Dream Card V1, V2, and Hero Card.



$XWG token is the native token of the X World Games, built on BNB Chain as BEP-20 standard. $XWG holders will be able to claim rewards through participating in the play-to-earn-to-stake mechanism, DeFi operation, and DAO voting process. $XWG will also be accepted as the payment currency for X World Games Marketplace, where players can buy and sell their in-game NFT assets. $XWG will be the ultimate X Games governance token.


$LUCID will be the primary play-to-earn reward asset throughout the ecosystem. As X World Games enters the next phase of external gaming integration, the single-token economy model must be fit and inclusive enough to embrace the whole gaming metaverse. Therefore, $LUCID will be the new incentive of Play-to-Earn and pave the path to $ XWG's latest introduction of the Play-to-Earn-to-Stake (P2E2S) economic model.

Players can earn $LUCID from games on the X World Games multi-gaming platform.

$LUCID will have three types of rarity: Basic, Magic, and Super. Rewards can be generated from loot boxes to single-match wins. The higher rarity ones will have a smaller drop probability and can be obtained only via holding higher-level characters or completing higher-level chapters.

$LUCID will be the fuel for staking with the X Pool. Players must consume $LUCID while staking their Dream Cards to earn $XWG tokens. The staking mechanism with $LUCID is now attached to the staking. Thus, the more $LUCID a player consumes while staking, the longer the player can be staking.

Gas Fees

Since the game is built on Binance Smart Chain, every transaction on the blockchain (opening chests, upgrading, getting NFTs from the wallet into the game, etc.) tends to consume a small amount of gas in $BNB.

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