5 NFT Arcade Games Every Slither.io Fan Should Play
These 5 NFT arcade games are ones that every Slither.io fan should play if they’re looking for similar casual titles to enjoy while earning in the process.
If you’re a fan of the smash hit snake game, Slither.io, but would like to try out something similar in the world of blockchain gaming for an opportunity to earn in the process, then you should probably play these 5 NFT arcade games and platforms down below.
Galaxy Fight Club
Galaxy Fight Club is a free-to-play cross-IP NFT title where players fight to the death in top-down arenas using various different characters with varied weapons and abilities. Aside from having free and its own NFT characters, this blockchain title encourages interoperability by bringing various other known NFT collections to the game, allowing holders of those assets to play as the character that they actually own. Some of the supported projects include BAYC, Illuvium, CyberKongz, and more. Everyone is able to play and earn by winning 3v3 matches for a chance at earning Silver Key Fragments that are needed to create lootbox keys which are necessary for unlocking various armor and weapon NFTs. By owning a character from the game’s official collection though, the Genesis Galaxy Fighter, you’ll also be able to earn the game’s official token, $GCOIN, up to 15 tokens a day.
If you’re looking for essentially a crypto version of the famous .io title, then Snook is pretty much quite similar, a skill-based NFT game where you eat orbs and other players in order to grow and potentially earn the game’s token, SNK. Players earn the token for every kill, while collecting Traits give you a chance of getting a rare Special Skin. Playing this game requires owning a Snook NFT in order to play the Battle Arena, where 8-15 players battle it out on a shrinking map. The catch however, is that if you die, your NFT is gone, requiring you to buy more of them in order to continue playing.
Panzerdogs is a free-to-play tank brawler where players battle it out in top-down arcadey gameplay across various different maps and games modes using customizable tanks. Initially on Solana, the game now runs on the Sui Network and is available on web browsers as well as Android and iOS devices. Its short team-based matches and simple but enjoyable gameplay make it a fun NFT arcade to quickly hop in and out of at no cost. It has its own NFT collection of cute 2D dog PFPs that will allow holders to play with their own avatar and tank in the game. Other benefits of being a Panzerdogs NFT holder will include access to exclusive features, future token airdrops for early holders, and more.
Arc8 is a play-to-earn platform home to a wide variety of casual arcade games to play on mobile devices. It’s aimed at mobile gaming in particular, providing tournaments for players to compete in and earn rewards based on skill. It’s made by GAMEE, who are backed by Animoca Brands, with the former even partnering with Manchester City to launch a football-themed arcade game on their platform.
Nakamoto Games is a play-to-earn platform on the Polygon network, home to a wide range of arcade games across a number of different genres. Some titles are free to play, while others are play-to-earn, meaning that in order to play the latter, you need to use purchasable tickets in order to play. By playing these ticket-gated games, the best players have a chance at earning $NAKA tokens. Currently available on browsers, the platform is set to go portable soon with the launch of the NAKA Mobile App.
These are just some of the many NFT arcade games and platforms that are currently playable in the world of blockchain gaming, and we’ll likely get to see more of them appear in the future. You can find more blockchain arcade games by browsing through the relevant category on our website here.