What Is Alien Worlds and How to Play?

2021-05-06 23:00:00 · 301 views · 3 min read

 

Alien Worlds is an NFT+DeFi metaverse running on the Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain and WAX blockchains. 

 

 

The in-game currency Trilium ($TLM) incentivises explorers to play games and must be staked to participate in governance. Planets within the metaverse are decentralised autonomous organisations that receive daily Trilium from the central metaverse smart contracts. Explorers engage through mining by acquiring and renting land, and voting for Planetary governance to impact Trilium payouts. The metaverse is extensible because Planets are independent and can offer their own games UIs and NFTs. Indeed, users are already doing this.

 

 

On 30th Apr, Alien World tweeted to celebrate 1M players.

Actually, Alien Worlds 30d users exceeded 1.24M in the past 30 days, with a dramatic 2397.42% growth. 

It now ranks No.1 in all blockchain games by 30d users. It’s also the crypto game with the largest monthly user growth.

If you track the on-chain performance of Alien Worlds on dapp.com, you’ll find that the game’s active users kept increasing in April and hit daily ATH 296,628 on 28th Apr

 

 

The 30d transactions also sharply increased by 740.28% and reached daily ATH 9,109,384 on 1st May.

 

 

How to Play?

To get started playing the game, mining Trilium (TLM) and getting a chance to collect NFTs, you can follow the steps below:

  • Get a login to the game;

  • Use login to access to the game;

  • Go to the Mining Hub, then click Mine. Wait for the mining time to lapse and then click Claim, when the Claim button appears. Upon clicking Claim, you will be shown how much Trilium (TLM) you have earned. Plus, if you mined an NFT, it will appear in the inventory of your wallet.

 

 

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