Alien Worlds Expands Game Ecosystem with New Features and Rewards
Alien Worlds has announced a host of exciting updates, including a new Game Arena Portal and improved UI, as well as how the Holoform Mystery Contest just hit its 42 million $TLM staking goal, boosting gameplay rewards.
Alien Worlds, a WAX-based blockchain mining game, continues to make waves with a slew of exciting updates and developments.
One of the standout features of these updates is the introduction of Game Arena Portal, a new hub within the Alien Worlds ecosystem. This platform serves as a showcase for community-built games operating within its expansive universe. As the number of projects funded by Planetary Syndicates and direct grants from Alien Worlds increases, this hub is expected to expand significantly, offering players more compelling gameplay experiences.
On top of that, Alien Worlds has been actively fine-tuning its user interface over the past few weeks, seeking to provide a more user-friendly experience. These improvements aim to enhance overall gameplay, making it easier for players to navigate the rich universe of Alien Worlds.
One notable change that players will encounter is the adjustment to Mining results. From now on, players can only claim mining rewards once per 24 hours. This is to create a more balanced and sustainable gaming environment, per the latest announcement from Alien Worlds.
Furthermore, the team has provided an update on The Holoform Mystery Contest, an event begun in September to increase player engagement. The contest encourages players to stake more $TLM (Trilium) tokens to various planets, with voting rights as a reward for doing so. The primary goal is to reach a cumulative staking of 42 million $TLM tokens, which was recently hit, according to Alien Worlds. As a result, the TLM drip rate to the Planetary Syndicate treasuries has increased from 2% to 4%, bolstering its in-game economy while improving the gameplay experience.