Reality Clash is an action-packed and innovative multiplayer first-person shooter (FPS) game that combines mobile AR and in-game digital asset trading using blockchain technology. Players experience augmented reality as never seen before, where you compete in real-time battles across unique virtual environments.
Reality Clash has won several awards, including Best AR/VR Game at the CGC Awards and the Best Blockchain in Mobile category at the Meffys.
The game is now available to an expanded global audience thanks to the power of the Nonvoice distribution network, spanning North America, South America, Asia, India, Africa, Middle East and Europe.
Nonvoice Agency is the world’s first 5G app agency dedicated to representing the world’s very best enterprise and consumer 5G app and advanced non-5G application developers.
Reality Clash is just one of a number of innovative 5G AR apps that Nonvoice has signed up recently. Others include: Leo AR, an augmented reality app that allows people to customize their videos with advanced augmented reality such as animated and 3D objects in the real world; and Bookful, the leading AR children’s reading app that makes learning fun.
“We’re absolutely thrilled to be partnering with Nonvoice and excited that even more people will be able to experience what Reality Clash has to offer,” says Tony Pearce, Co-Founder at Reality Gaming Group. “We’re constantly updating the game with new features and functionality, which, combined with its AR, VR and multiplayer combat, mean Reality Clash is ideally suited for 5G networks. We look forward to increasing our fan base with Nonvoice.”
James Fryer, Nonvoice Agent in the UK, adds: “I have been looking for a key app to introduce to the agency since joining as an agent late last year. Reality Clash ticked all the boxes for me. It features AR, is already rated 4.6 in the Apple App Store and importantly let’s players enjoy an uninterrupted player experience without any AR adverts interrupting the battlefield. I look forward to working with the team to get this game out on operator platforms around the world”.