An indie game developer by the name of Yipy has released a game he calls RealZoo, which mimics Logan Paul’s vision for CryptoZoo.
• The signup and login process is simple, the breeding process is immediate, and the art is arguably better than Paul’s photoshopped images.
• YouTuber Logan Paul is no stranger to crypto—or controversy. In a video published Tuesday, he vehemently denied most of the claims YouTuber Coffeezilla had made against his crypto game project.
• So what’s CryptoZoo’s excuse for ghosting its social media channels since the spring of 2022 and struggling to finish development on what appears to be a simple enough, browser-based card game with a crypto token?
Logan Paul’s CryptoZoo project was looking to be one of the most successful crypto-based card games. But then Coffeezilla, another game developer, made some claims against CryptoZoo. This controversy significantly stalled or even stopped CryptoZoo’s progress. In response, Yipy developed a similar game and released it as RealZoo.
Yipy’s game, RealZoo, has been praised for perfectly capturing Logan Paul’s vision for CryptoZoo. Players are taken into a world similar to their own, where they must build and maintain virtual animal habitats. Each habitat contains a variety of animals, emanating from the wilds to the domestic realm.
Players can level up their in-game characters and increase their chances of success within the game by gathering coins, gems, and more. With several meta-objectives that channel each player’s creativity, RealZoo is a perfect blend of virtual reality, entertainment, and imagination.
The Signup and Login Process of RealZoo
RealZoo has an incredibly simple signup and login process compared to other crypto-based card games on the market today. The first step is registering an account with your email address and creating a secure password. Then you can log in to your account using this created username and password combination. Once you’re logged in, you can explore the breeding options available in Real Zoo – you can start by buying cards with your cryptocurrency or by trading with other players.
Coffeezilla’s Claims Against CryptoZoo
Stephen Findeisen, better known by his online alias Coffeezilla, is an American YouTuber and crypto journalist who is known primarily for his drama channel in which he self-investigates and discusses what he believes to be alleged online scams, usually surrounding cryptocurrency, Web3, and decentralized finance.
Coffeezilla made several claims against Logan Paul’s CryptoZoo project, claiming that their code was copied from their own game development project without permission or attribution and that they had been the victims of copyright theft. Logan Paul denied these allegations, however, the claims have already caused delays in the development of Crypto Zoo and severely damaged its reputation in the gaming industry.
Logan Paul is no stranger to controversy, however this time he’s taking his defense of the truth into the crypto verse. On Tuesday, Logan took to YouTube to refute claims made by another YouTuber, Coffeezilla, that allegedly questioned the viability of his crypto game project. While Coffeezilla’s statement may have been bold, it was met by even bolder words from Paul.
Undoubtedly surprised at being called out on such accusations publicly, Logan stated unequivocally that all points made against him were unfounded and without merit, ensuring viewers he would be taking action regarding the slanderous report.
How this Controversy Affected Crypto Zoo’s Progress
The controversy surrounding Coffeezilla’s claims took its toll on Cryptozoon’s progress as it significantly slowed down or even halted its development process altogether due to questions about copyright infringement being raised by game developers worldwide. This led Yipy to develop a similar game that was released as Realzoo which has since become one of the most popular crypto-based card games available today due to its simple signup and login process, a faster breeding process than its predecessor Cryptozoon, and quality artwork that sets it apart from other crypto-based card games on the market today.
Meanwhile, Yipy’s game, RealZoo, has been praised for perfectly capturing Logan Paul’s vision for CryptoZoo. Players are taken into a world similar to their own, where they must build and maintain virtual animal habitats. Each habitat contains a variety of animals, emanating from the wilds to the domestic realm. Players can level up their in-game characters and increase their chances of success within the game by gathering coins, gems, and more.
With several meta-objectives that channel each player’s creativity, RealZoo is a perfect blend of virtual reality, entertainment, and imagination. Yipy’s unique game sets it apart from anything else on the market today.
The truth of the matter has yet to be completely flushed out but Logan Paul has been accused multiple times of using web3 technology to scam the masses, one thing is for sure -Mr. Paul is no Mr. Beast.