A new blockchain game for money (P2E) that hopes to mimic the thrilling success of 2013’s mobile phenomenon, Flappy Bird, has garnered support from some of the biggest names in DeFi.
Synthetix’s Kane Warwick, Aave’s Stanie Kulekhov, Barnbridge’s Tyler Ward, Santiago Santos (formerly ParaFi Capital) angel investor, and Sushi’s 0xmaki will join this week’s pre-registration round for the upcoming Fancy Birds, which will launch in about a month.
Fancy Birds is a single-player mobile game with 8,888 randomly generated NFT characters that are initially characterized by their own personality, fighting on different levels to win their place as “the most plush bird in the nest”.
Successful players earn 40% bonus tokens (FNC) and upon updates the game starts in multiplayer mode with scheduled tournaments, breeding and spawning. The team is discussing launching it on the Ethereum NFT Immutable Layer 2 project.
As with a number of potential big meme projects, it seemed like Fancy Birds appeared on Twitter out of nowhere two weeks ago after Illuvium founder Kieran Warwick asked on Twitter, “How did someone not arrange a game to earn Flappy Bird? ” Cointelegraph:
“It’s not hard, just super addictive and fun, and it had 100 million daily users at its peak. It turns out that someone is already building it, and it is now in beta testing. ”
Warwick joined the board as an advisor and helped organize the launch, and the team is now reaching Framework Ventures, Delphi Digital and a16z for the next round.
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Warwick’s own Illuvium is another upcoming P2E blockchain game that is growing exponentially. The ILV token price has risen from $ 33 in June to $ 800 currently at a market value of half a billion dollars and 200,000 Discord members.
Warwick also advised them to create a control system based on the Illuvium and Synthetix models.
“The team has been very receptive and initially they will be completely decentralized through the DAO and the board, with 100% of the profits (pooled platform fees) going back to stakeholders,” he said.
“We’ve formatted the tokens to make more sense, so I think they’re ready to become really big players.”
Illuvium is an official partner and fans will be able to use the 8-bit version of the game’s protagonist Ramfir to play Fancy Birds.
Fancy Birds hopes to attract a huge P2E community in countries like the Philippines. “It has the same benefits as Axie Infinity and is available on mobile, so everyone can play, so I expect a lot of players to come,” Warwick said.
Meanwhile, Warwick said the Illuvium team is gearing up to release its first trailer showing the world exactly how the game works.
“Of course we created a lot of hype, we have about 200,000 people on Discord now and everything is going very well. But the only thing we didn’t show was the trailer for the game, ”he says.
“There will be a lot of people waiting outside the game, and this will help us get them to cross the line and say, ‘This is true. This is already happening. It’s a triple game. “