Dog-Themed Play-to-Earn Crypto Game Harnesses NFTs, Pays Off Story

Meme coins have been the rock-star cryptocurrencies of 2021, including dog-themed coins like Dogecoin and Shiba Inu, which have delivered returns hand-over-fist for investors.

It was only a matter of time before blockchain-based games emerged that are similarly riding the dog-themed meme coin wave. That time is now.

One such game is Doge Dash, an up-and-coming title in the crypto play-to-earn universe. If you remember the early Smurfs games from the 1980s traveling the world, it kind of has a similar feel to that — lots of hopping, ducking and collecting or in Doge Dash's case earning. 

In reality, Doge Dash was created by TV producer/director Paul Caslin and inspired by Mario Run.

The average earnings are $17 per game, according to Caslin cited by CoinTelegraph. Caslin, a Grammy Nominated Creative Director, has worked alongside artists including Rihanna, Paul McCartney and Justin Bieber, to name a few.

Doge Dash lets players earn coins as they advance through the gameplay and contribute to the community.