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Top 7 NFT Games by User Numbers

Blockchain games have been on the rise this year. There isn’t a week that goes by when we don’t hear some news about the latest NFT Games. Today we put a list of the most popular games together for you:

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1. Alien Worlds 1.5M Monthly players

Alien Worlds is a digital collectible card game. Each gaming card is an NFT, and there are several types of cards: land, tools, minions, weapons, avatars, and missions. The developers have also promised an additional card type for future updates: commemoratives. The game is based on Trilium (TLM).

Conclusion It’s not a surprise that the most played crypto games are pet and card collectibles. These genres are the easiest to develop quickly, meaning that they were some of the first to appear in the blockchain gaming industry. Alien words was also part of our original 6 most interesting NFT Games projects.

2. Axie Infinity 865K Monthly players

Axie Infinity became the hottest NFT game of 2021. Axie Infinity is a virtual pet RPG game, similar to Pokémon.

865,000 monthly players are playing it and there are stories that some players even quit their dayjobs to play full time and earn Money through the Game.

3. Splinterlands Monthly players – 600K

Splinterlands is another digital collectible card game (DCCG). The concept is similar to Pokémon cards.

In Splinterlands, all cards are NFTs and the collectibles are quite functional. Gameplay is divided into three parts: battling, trading cards, and participating in tournaments, as well as quests. Players also have the ability to rent cards to and from other players. Every card collectible has 4 levels of rarity, 7 stats, and belongs to one of 7 factions. There are currently around 50 abilities that characters can have.

4.CryptoMines Monthly users – 300K

CryptoMines is a cosmic RPG set in a Sci-Fi multiverse. The game provides players with the opportunity to explore the world, discovering new planets and mining crypto from their bowels. To get started, you need to buy or obtain spaceship NFTs, as well as pay workers for their in-game services.

The game runs on Unity, a cross-platform game engine, but supports the ERC-721 token standard, which is swappable across most wallets. The game’s currency is called $ETERNAL.

5. Bomb Crypto Monthly players – 195K

Bomb Crypto is the modern reincarnation of the popular Game “Bomberman” except on the blockchain. The gameplay is standard for the genre, but you play with the real characters. Moreover, the developers have added a number of new mechanics, such as quests, adventures, arena battles, tournaments, hero upgrades, and even the ability to buy and decorate a house for your character.

Bomb Crypto has a cute pixel graphic style, which takes you back to the 8-bit and 16-bit era of gaming. The game’s multiverse is called “Bomberland” and its token is $BCOIN.

6. Upland Monthly players – 179K

The concept of this game is “real world monopoly.” Upland includes most of the world’s cities, filled in with the property. After you obtain your piece of land, you can choose what you can build there, be it a club, café, or any other social hub, which can then generate revenue by other people using it.

By purchasing property in different areas, you can finish collections, for which you receive rewards. The developers have also promised more mechanics in the near future.

7. MOBOX Monthly players – 149K

MOBOX is a crypto multiverse with cartoonish blocks as its main characters. Of course, all of the characters are NFTs which can be purchased on the local marketplace, as well as on OpenSea.

Although its main multiverse, MOland, is still to come, players can already try out their characters in battle arena “Block Brawler.” The game works via the Binance Smart Chain blockchain and is quite similar to Aavegotchi in terms of its mechanics and multiverse concept.

As you can see there are millions of people already playing NFT Games. We will keep you posted about the latest games & developments on this Site.

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