Game Mechanics


Players take on the role of "John Smith," a spy in a mysterious organization, undertaking various missions including intelligence gathering, item collection, and battles against rival organizations.

Intelligence Gathering and Item Collection

Using a world map linked to real locations, players advance the storyline by visiting special places to complete missions and gather hints. Through these missions, players collect, combine, and upgrade NFTs. The location-based mechanics offer a unique experience that merges the real and digital worlds.


Players can engage in battles with each other to collect SMIC and items, and compete in rankings. Battle outcomes are influenced by level and equipment, but victory is not solely dependent on having the best gear; strategy also plays a crucial role.


Players can form intelligence agencies with spies from around the world. They can cooperate with their organization members, battle against rival organizations, and participate in regular organization-wide events.


Players can buy and sell their items within the game. The tokens used for transactions can be either ETH or SMIC, as chosen by the user.


Using MapNFTs, players can place pins at desired locations around the world. Once a pin is placed, no other pins can be placed in its vicinity. Pin owners can customize the pin with images, text, and links. Additionally, the MapNFT includes a thread feature, allowing visitors to leave comments and create a communication hub.

On-Chain NFTs

At JSOC, we utilize high-quality SVG-based illustrations for our NFTs. Unlike most NFTs in the market, ours are fully on-chain, ensuring that the data remains forever intact and providing genuine asset value. Our advanced technology allows us to achieve a level of quality that sets us apart from traditional low-quality on-chain NFTs.

Data transactions are primarily handled through smart contracts, while detailed properties are managed off-chain. This off-chain data is periodically uploaded to the blockchain, maintaining the principles of Web3.

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