Fancy Birds releases F-Ray Goggles Updates
The new updates for the Flappy Birds-inspired title make it possible for players to rent F-Ray Goggles and earn $FNC.
Fancy Studios, the game development company behind Fancy Birds, a play-to-earn Flappy Birds-inspired title on the Polygon network, has released some updates on F-Ray Goggles.
The updates went live yesterday, on October 14 at 4:00 PM UTC, bringing with them the ability to rent the goggles and play in an F-Ray Mode that is specifically for the rented ones. The first mode and the goggles were originally released back in June this year, allowing players to see which logs are Golden Logs. Hitting a Golden Log gives players a 95% chance of earning a prize, with every pair of goggles having a limit of 3 Golden Logs per day that can be hit. For more details on all of the features of these goggles, have a look at the official post here.
This new update makes it possible to not only rent these goggles, but to also earn 1 in-game $FNC when crashing into a Golden Log. This requires the owners of the goggles to deposit $FNC if they don’t have the in-game tokens needed to successfully pay out the person renting the goggles, while the owner in turn gets F-Ray prizes. Putting a pair of goggles out for rent does require adding in-game $FNC in advance.
In order to simplify placing these NFTs out for rent, the developers have also added a Mass Rent Out option that “allows owners to rent up to 50 items at once” and comes with the Public and Direct rent type. A Direct Mass Rent Out means that the owner sends the NFTs to a specific wallet address, with the renter not having “any restrictions on the amount of charges per day.” The Public Mass Rent Out option puts the goggles in a Public Rental Pool from which anyone can rent a pair of goggles, but in this case, it’s at “at maximum for 3 charges per day per renter.” Holders can withdraw their NFTs at any time regardless of whether they’re renting them out publicly or directly.
For more details, check out the recent Medium post here.