With the advent, development, and distribution of various blockchains, so-called distributed applications, or dApps, came into use. They are distinguished from the classic computer and mobile applications by the absence of a central server and the use of blockchains to store application data, as well as to implement the internal logic through smart contracts.
To use such applications, users shall install special add-ons in their web browsers, through which dApps will be able to perform operations in the blockchain. These add-ons are already integrated into the Netbox.Browser, making it fully available to run dApps for all popular blockchains. In addition to add-ons required to operate dApps, the Netbox.Browser contains their store - Netbox.Store - where the browser users can freely find and run dApps. The dApp developers can place dApps in the Netbox.Store that will make them available to the entire browser audience. The Netbox.Browser users can rate different dApps using the Netbox.Trust tool. Depending on the user ratings and popularity of certain dApps, they are ranked in the store. The most popular applications with the highest ratings occupy higher positions in the store. dApps labeled by a significant number of users as unwanted or dangerous are automatically removed from the store.
The first PVP BattleShip game on Netbox.Browser
Fight with other players on the water arena and destroy enemy warships, win to double your bid.
Head the leaderboard and show who is in charge here.
The player places his warships in the battlefield that has dimensions of 10 by 10 cells. The rival does the same. When all warships are placed the battle begins. Players bomb the battlefields of each other by turn. The goal is to destroy all the warships of the rival.