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- Tuesday, November 29th, 2022 at 19:22 #413817Finley_dzParticipant
The global cryptocurrency market has plummeted as a result of the FTX fallout, but more exciting upgrades and events are still taking place in the web3 space, particularly in the game industry.
Aeria, a well-known top-tier mobile game developer, is teaming up with Ready Games to transition its most popular games to web3. As a result of the collaboration, the well-known Aeria games will be updated with web3 features and re-released for Android.
Do you play some of these play to earn games on your phone?
I believe GameFi is becoming increasingly popular on mobile devices. I began playing WAM on their site, which currently has over 3.5 million users, according to the official website, and the platform’s mobile app, which is available for download on both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, has been downloaded more than 180,000 times since its release. These numbers, I believe, will grow significantly over time.
For many years, playing video games was simple. You turned on your computer or console, launched your favorite game, loaded a previous save (or jumped right into online play), and had a good time. But now that we have all of these games on our phones that (let’s be honest) we don’t let go of, I think it’s pretty useful and practical.
Do you prefer to play these games on your phone or on your computer and what do you think about the fact that all these games we will soon have available on our phones?Tuesday, November 29th, 2022 at 19:22 #413818Kazuuuuuuuuuuuu
I believe that most of web3 players are these guys from tier-3 countries trying to farm tokens and bots (up to 80% according to [this](https://twitter.com/LevanKvirkvelia/status/1564290386138464256?s=20&t=ioU3xHBBCRTsVy7wgnrFRw) research). So I think nobody cares
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