The Valhalla NFT Metaverse Game

Valhalla is FLOKI's NFT Metaverse game that aims to tap into the $1 trillion Metaverse industry. FLOKI will be the main utility token of the Valhalla Metaverse.

The Metaverse industry is a $1 trillion annual revenue opportunity according to Grayscale, and with projected annual revenue of $400 billion for the Metaverse gaming industry by 2025, Metaverse games will benefit mostly from this growth.

Valhalla is FLOKI's NFT Metaverse game that will be powered by the FLOKI token. Valhalla will feature A-level game mechanics on the blockchain. This includes on-chain gaming interactions and upgradeable NFTs. Valhalla will be quite unique due to the robust PlayToEarn mechanics it will feature:

  • A gardening system.

  • In-game characters known as Vera.

  • A robust battle system.

  • An in-game ship system.

  • An items system.

These PlayToEarn mechanics will allow users to earn and collect FLOKI tokens by playing Valhalla, thereby making Valhalla a viable way for millions of people to generate an income. Players will be able to communicate, monitor each other’s progress, and encounter one another in the Valhalla Metaverse.

The first major release of Valhalla with Open World went live in Q4 2022. It is currently playable on the Optimism Goerli testnet.

Here's how to play:

  1. Add the Metamask browser extension to your browser.

  2. Visit “Settings,” “Networks” and then click “Add Network” to add the required network: - Network name: Optimism Goerli - RPC Url: - Chain ID: 420 - Block Explorer:

  3. Visit and claim a test token to play the Alpha. Make sure to check the box below the wallet address field. You will receive one test token displayed as “ETH” in your wallet.

  4. Make sure to switch to the Optimism Kovan network in Metamask.

  5. Visit and click “Play.”

It’s that simple. Now loaded with test tokens, you can enter Valhalla and get an early taste of the most exciting play-to-earn metaverse project in crypto. Skol, viking!

Valhalla Will Be Powered By FLOKI Tokens

Valhalla is designed to take a huge chunk of FLOKI tokens out of circulation and into the Valhalla ecosystem as adoption increases -- since FLOKI is going to be the main currency of the Valhalla world.

The only way to buy in-game items in Valhalla will be with in-game tokens (which will be FLOKI or can only be bought with FLOKI).

Valhalla will also incentivize people to spend FLOKI to advance through the game more easily. This enhances utility and drive actual demand for the FLOKI token.

The Valhalla Team

Valhalla is currently being developed by a team of 11 people with combined team experience of over 50 years and plans to aggressively expand to a team of 20 to fast-track development. This team is led by MrBrownWhale, a renowned crypto veteran, NFT expert, and Ether Cards council member, and Jackie Xu, a blockchain veteran who has been in the industry for a decade and has worked with some of the biggest names in crypto. Jackie Xu has worked on blockchain since 2012 and has actively worked on smart contracts since 2017. Before that, Jackie worked as a software engineer and technical lead on projects ranging from large social networks to anti-fraud transaction processing systems for the traditional finance industry. The team developing Valhalla is made up of two sound engineers with extensive experience not only in gaming, but also in creating musical scores for, among others, Netflix, an illustrator, a character modeler, an animator and an overseeing art director.

In addition, there are two Unity game developers working on Valhalla that have been working with that engine since ~2008. They’ve seen the good and the bad, and will be working on a wonderful game client for Valhalla.

Then there’s a game designer and a “lore master” with more than a decade’s worth of D&D roleplaying experience that is being used to enhance the Valhalla narrative and world history, as well as writing out the lives of the various in-game NPCs.

Finally, there is a QA guy whose focus is to ensure the game development is flawless.

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