Gamers, do you want cool character names that no one else uses? Have you grown tired of people co-opting the cool name you thought of, only to water it down because they don’t have your level in the game? You’re a tank, but some newbie stole your nifty moniker. Now, you’re stuck for an idea, but Namify can help.
Naming Game Characters and Locations Originally
How about the nifty new virtual reality worlds like Horizon Worlds? You’d love to create something in it bigger than a character like a business location, but what would you name the business? Mark Zuckerberg already took Meta, so that’s out. You can come up with a cool name for your business and your character using Namify’s technology to generate business name ideas.
The app lets you input a few details about what you want to create in the game or Metaverse, then spits out the top 44 options out of more than 3,000 ideas. For example, a brewery/bar with the keyword Metaverse offers suggestions like Beerify, Metaverse Spark, Handcrafted Drop, and Zen Brewery. Adding the keyword “writers” offers up a new list of ideas, including the very likable Mugician.
Branding Your Virtual World Business
The website helps you brand the name, too. You might not think about branding when you create a new character in a game like World of Warcraft (WoW) or Horizon Worlds, but if you think you’ll level up in perpetuity, perhaps becoming a mod or admin (moderator or administrator), you’ll want to brand at the time of creating the character or virtual business. That’s because as the Metaverse grows, so will opportunities.
In the spring of 2022, Meta, the company that owns Facebook and Instagram, as well as Horizon Worlds, introduced a compensation plan for Horizon Worlds content creators. This means that what you create today as a game character, you could parlay into a career tomorrow. Branding at the time of character creation provides you with legal protection. You can purchase the recommended available domain names now and create a placeholder site or begin creating your content now.
Custom Gaming Content
Most games offer the opportunity for participants to create custom goods, such as clothing (armor), weapons, foods, etc. This may require using a helper app or downloading the game’s API or development deck. You create the content, then sell it from within the game. This typically requires a website on the Internet, too. The buyer purchases the equipment from your website, which lets you accept credit cards or e-wallet payments. You deliver the items in the game once the individual has paid on the website. This requires you to have a character in the game and, typically, one of a rather high level. That’s because people want to pay for high-level items once they’ve amassed a great deal of in-game currency.
Creating custom gaming content creates a more viable way of making money from gaming. You could make a few dollars trading in your in-game currency for fiat currency on a few websites, or you could create a virtual business that you operate from within the game you play or a virtual world. Let Namify help you get started by coming up with a catchy, memorable name and branding the domain name.