ID: #1000114 | Status:
In progress

Last updated 51 days ago

MLabs – Cardano Game Engine Wallet - Godot Integration


Applying blockchain technology to video games is a likely avenue for driving Cardano's mass adoption. However, current solutions lack compatibility with game engines, impeding potential projects. 


We aim to integrate light wallet functionality into the open-source Godot game engine, thereby providing game developers with the tooling and infrastructure needed to quickly integrate Cardano.

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This is the total amount allocated to MLabs – Cardano Game Engine Wallet - Godot Integration. 3 out of 6 milestones are complete

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Distributed: ₳269,165
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MLabs is a premier development firms in the Cardano Ecosystem. We are an IOG Plutus Partner and work regularly with IOG to develop the Cardano blockchain and ecosystem. Our team is composed of talented developers who have helped build community projects such as:

  • Liqwid
  • SundaeSwap
  • Minswap
  • Optim

And several others. Through our work with early-stage projects, we have one of the largest groups of Haskell/Plutus developers in the Cardano community.


Core Team

Ramiro Garay

Ramiro is a flexible software developer who entered the world of Cardano through his love of functional programming and Haskell. He put a hiatus to his software engineering studies to work at MLabs, where he brings his Haskell and Purescript skills to many dApp projects. He loves the safety guarantees of the statically-typed functional paradigm, but he's first and foremost a pragmatic person: he strives to deliver the most value possible and to do that he uses all the tools at his disposal.


Sean Hunter

Sean is an engineer with extensive Cardano smart-contract development experience. He has implemented and audited multiple complex projects written in both PlutusTx and Plutarch. Sean's functional programming journey began as an offshoot of his academic interest in formal logic, and to this day he maintains a strong interest in type theory (with a special interest in row types and their applications).


dcSpark and Paima Studios

dcSpark is a leading company in the blockchain industry, deeply committed to improving the accessibility and usability of blockchain technologies. They focus on infrastructure services for Cardano and other blockchain platforms, spanning protocol and dApp development, as well as interoperability solutions. Their mission is to enhance composability and interoperability on the backend, offering a seamless experience for users venturing into the dynamic world of Blockchain.

Paima Studios, founded in April 2022, are the core developers of the Paima Engine: a web3 engine built using novel layer 2 technology. Paima Engine is a safe and easy way to enter web3 as it can be used with any programming language and doesn’t expose users or developers to common web3 risks and hacks.