Mines of Dalarnia Goes Live on BNB Chain with Update 1.4
The latest update of Mines of Dalarnia (1.4) features a crucial transition to the BNB network, enhancements in-game contracts, and the introduction of new competition modes, monsters, and off-chain crafting.
Mines of Dalarnia developers have successfully audited their internal contracts, and these are now undergoing external audits. The re-engineered contracts boast enhanced robustness, security, and improved gas efficiency. As part of the transition process, NFT collections need to be re-minted to new contracts, with all deployment fees covered by the developers. Despite the re-minting process potentially altering some token IDs, the blockchain will keep a record linking old and new IDs, thereby maintaining traceability and verifiability.
Mines of Dalarnia Update 1.4: New Game Modes and Anomalies
Update 1.4 brings more exciting elements to Mines of Dalarnia's gameplay. Notable features include the introduction of Anomalies to spice up specific competitions and the integration of the game with the BNB network. The latter will enable the reactivation of familiar features, and users will be able to utilize their NFTs in the game once more. Furthermore, personal gear-powered competitions are set to start following the rechaining process.
The introduction of the new monster, the Amazing Spider Crab, adds more variety to gameplay in mid-tier depths and an additional challenge to competitions. These creatures will appear in Mines of Dalarnia Depth 3, with unique variants for Crypt, Jungle, and Rock aspects, each boasting their own mechanics.
Upgraded Spacehop and Introduction of Off-chain Crafting
Spacehop has received significant enhancements since Mines of Dalarnia Update 1.3 testnet. Changes include improved net code with smoother movement, the ability for players to hit each other with swords, and a shift in the mechanism of platform movement.
To cut costs for players, off-chain crafting has been introduced. This addition allows players to craft items without minting, reducing associated costs. Update 1.4 also introduces the ability to choose between on-chain and off-chain crafting, with the latter offering minimal gas fees. Although off-chain items are restricted to in-game use until minted, they can still be used, upgraded, and dusted to craft new items within the game. Players can mint their items later to make them tradable NFTs using a new "Mint" button on the equipment screen.
The latest update from Mines of Dalarnia brings a plethora of innovative features and improvements to the table. With the transition to the BNB network, enhanced contracts, new game modes, and off-chain crafting, Mines of Dalarnia is poised for a promising new chapter in play-to-earn gaming.