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Lost Relics game guide

Explore, battle and find lost artifacts in this action-adventure RPG.


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Lost Relics is a free-to-play crypto game, which also gives the option to invest to gain membership benefits. You won't need to know much about cryptocurrency to play, or invest anything to enjoy the game. However, this game is still in development.


  • Still in pre-alpha
  • Free to play
  • Play-to-earn
  • Playable on Mac and Windows
  • Possible mobile app incoming
  • Collect and trade NFTs
  • One-man development "team"
  • Bugs aplenty
  • What is Lost Relics?

    Lost Relics is an action-adventure RPG with play-to-earn elements that's free to play — zowie that's a lot of adjectives.

    Most importantly, the game is built on blockchain technology, so many of the in-game items are NFTs on the Ethereum blockchain.

    Lost ReliqsImage source: Lost Relics

    Lost Relics lore describes a past era with great beasts and arcane arts during a time known as the first eon. Two races battled each other, resulting in The Deception War, which devastated the land. The last remnants of the war are scattered across the universe, and these magical artifacts are now known as the Lost Relics.

    You can probably guess where this is going: You explore and search the world for these lost relics, and then you can sell them on marketplaces with other players.

    Lost Relics describes itself as an "ever-evolving world." You explore and battle monsters while in search of the prized items from the war. In your search you come across special adventures, encounters and events happening in the game.

    Lost ReliqsImage source: YouTube, CAGYJAN

    Cosmetics are another feature of the game, and you can equip your character with unique outfits, wearables and even pets to assist you. Trade items you've collected with other players at the peer-to-peer marketplace, known as the Royal Emporium.

    As you build your experience as an adventurer you grow your list of virtual items that you find and purchase along the way.

    Playing Lost Relics

    Lost Relics is still in its early stages of development, as of July 2022. The game is available for download on Mac and Windows, with plans to eventually launch an app for Android and iOS devices.

    To start playing and get an account, follow these steps:

    1. Head to on your browser.
    2. Create an account with your name, email, date of birth and country.
    3. Select DOWNLOAD from the main navigation menu.
    4. Get an Enjin wallet. You need one to use your blockchain items in the game.

    Since the game is still in development, it's likely that you'll run into bugs or problems. The game must be downloaded to play, and you need an account to get the game installer.

    The game is still in pre-alpha, and now all new accounts are added to an ordered queue and officially activated based on the order. Essentially, you could create an account today but that doesn't mean you could play today — you might have to wait for an email from Lost Relics notifying you that your account is officially active depending on how long the queue is.

    However, if you want to guarantee that you can play right away, you can purchase a Power Pendant from the Shop. Prices range from $3.52 to $58.43, depending on the length of the membership.

    Power pendantsImage source: Lost Relics

    The game offers some tips when you're starting out, such as:

    • Adventures are randomly generated.
    • Drops are randomly generated.
    • Kill monsters to gain experience, get gold and find item drops.
    • If you die on an adventure, you wake up in the graveyard with an empty inventory.
    • If you die an adventure, blockchain items are safe and sent to your stash.
    • Join the Discord server for more support (over 16,000 members to date).

    Here are some important features to know about the game:

    Royal Emporium The peer-to-peer marketplace in Lost Relics, called the Royal Emporium. Players can trade virtual items using gold coins.
    Shop Where you can buy items directly from Lost Relics. Includes special edition items, miscellaneous items and Power Pendants.
    Membership with Power Pendant Getting a Power Pendant from the Shop gives you access to members-only content such as unique adventures, skills and more items.
    Founder's Token NFT The "Founder's Token" NFT is a series of NFTs that were sold during a presale back in 2019. Owning one offers extra benefits, contains outfits, pets, wearables and more. An owner of a Founder's Token can also choose to stake their token in their wallet for extra benefits.
    Leaderboards Under the game menu is the option to view the leaderboards. Like any other game, this page displays various statistics and leaders in different aspects of gameplay.
    Record Books The Record Books section displays a list of players who have reached specific undisclosed achievements within the game.
    Gold coins Found on adventures in chests, dropped by monsters or hidden in dungeons. Use them to buy items from other players or in the Town.

    What is Lost Relics token?

    A Lost Relics token does not exist, but there are tokens that you'll need to play. These are the ETH, ENJ, JENJ and Shadowstone tokens. According to Lost Relics, you only need ETH and ENJ if you're moving blockchain items around between other players, third-party marketplaces or wallets.

    Playing Lost Relics requires that you use your ENJ tokens to transact within the game. But, due to Ethereum transaction fees, Enjin created its own blockchain network called "JumpNet." Enjin's JumpNet is represented by the JENJ token, and effectively eliminates transaction fees.

    Once you transfer your ENJ tokens to the JumpNet network in the form of JENJ tokens, you can transact freely within Lost Relics. You can also swap your JENJ tokens for "Shadowstones," which have more versatility in the game.

    There are gas fees and Transfer Crystals as well. If you want to send your blockchain items from your Lost Relics account to an outside wallet, you can purchase Transfer Crystals (basically prepaid gas) to cover transaction fees. Purchase Transfer Crystals from the Shop, or from other players at the Royal Emporium for gold coins.

    How to buy Lost Relics token

    Lost Relics is built on the Enjin platform so you'll need Enjin's ENJ token for transactions.

    ENJ is a token on the Ethereum blockchain network, so you will need ETH to pay the gas fees for when you move your ENJ. We've highlighted a popular exchange to purchase or trade ETH.

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    How does play-to-earn work with Lost Relics?

    Play-to-earn within Lost Relics functions like a traditional video game in the way you accumulate in-game currency and items as you play.

    Exchange in-game currency and items for real-world value. The NFTs that you find within the game can be sold in the Royal Emporium or on secondary marketplaces.

    What are Lost Relics NFTs?

    Your character, outfits, wearables — weapons and helmets, for example — pets, and of course lost relics, are represented in the form of NFTs.

    Pay for virtual items using gold coins that you collect as you play. Alternatively, you can find these items throughout the world of the game just like the lost relics.

    Pets lost reliqsImage source: Lost Relics

    How to get NFTs on Lost Relics

    There are a few different ways to get the Lost Relic NFTs, and you'll need a crypto wallet for all options and some cryptocurrency. We recommend the Enjin Wallet for ease of use with the game:

    • Royal Emporium — The peer-to-peer marketplace, the Royal Emporium. You can trade for NFTs with gold coins.
    • The Shop — Buy NFT items directly from Lost Relics, mainly miscellaneous items like pets and outfits.
    • EnjinX — Lost Relics was developed by Enjin, so you can head to Enjin's NFT marketplace, EnjinX, to purchase Lost Relic NFTs. At the time of writing, there are over 8,000 Lost Relic NFTs for sale.
    • While playing the game — You don't have to buy any Lost Relic NFTs, because you can find them while playing the game and going on adventures.

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    How to sell NFTs from Lost Relics

    As mentioned, you can sell your Lost Relic NFTs at the Royal Emporium for gold coins, or list them on secondary marketplaces.

    A solid place to list your Lost Relics NFTs is the EnjinX NFT marketplace for ENJ, Enjin's native currency. You need the Enjin Wallet, which is a noncustodial wallet that supports multiple currencies and tokens, including the Enjin-developed ERC-1155.

    For help in listing NFTs on the marketplace, read our EnjinX NFT marketplace guide.

    MarketplaceImage source: EnjinX

    About the Lost Relics developers

    Cliff Cawley is the creator of Lost Relics, and is the CEO of Codebit Labs. Cawley used the Enjin platform and Unity engine to create this game entirely himself. And if you visit CodeBit Labs site, you're only shown a logo for Lost Relics and literally nothing else.

    Cawley has an impressive background in game development, programming, engineering and quality assurance, contributing to titles such as Fury, Battlestar Galactica and a few other puzzle and multiple Trainz simulator games.

    As impressive as that all is, Lost Relics has a ways to go. Many users cite multiple issues with the game, including frequently getting stuck on invisible items, and enemies hitting outside your actual hit box. With Cawley appearing to be a one-man show, this game might not be officially complete for some time.

    Lost Relics roadmap

    Since the game is still in development, one of the biggest updates to the game is allowing anyone to play at any time. Right now, new players might have to wait in a queue to play — or they can "pay to play" by purchasing a Power Pendant.

    Aside from the official release and bug fixes, some plans for the game include:

    • Four-player PvP Arena
    • Pet progression
    • Housing
    • Bosses
    • Four-player PvE Adventures

    Bottom line

    Lost Relics is a part of the Enjin ecosystem, which means that transferable NFTs will probably first be usable on other Enjin games. At least, that's the goal.

    The game is still in pre-alpha, and the game's initial launch date was 2019, so it's been in development with early access versions for a hot minute.

    We're also not the biggest fans of allowing players to jump ahead a queue to play by purchasing a Power Pendant — that's literally as much "pay to play" as you can get. We get that the game is technically free to play, but asking players to pay to play for a game that's incomplete doesn't offer the best impression.

    It's an unfinished game at this point in time, but still technically playable. It can be free to play — if you're willing to wait in a queue — and requires no investment up front, so there isn't much to lose if the game doesn't suit you.

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