Crypto Fun Facts | Crypto Games to Kill Time

A couple of days ago, a Japanese mobile game called Itadaki Dungeon made the headlines for allowing players to earn real Bitcoin while exploring the huge game world, comprised of more than 3000 levels. While crypto games are hardly new, they rarely include actual cryptocurrencies, unless there is some kind of gambling system involved. Itadaki Dungeon borrows its ingredients from classic RPGs, including medieval landscapes, weapons such as swords and hammers, special items, and, of course, dungeons. However, the treasure (typically gold in other games) has been replaced with small amounts of BTC. Apparently, Tyler Winklevoss was right when he said that Bitcoin was the new gold. Naturally, don’t expect to get rich by grinding this game, though. The awards are small, only a couple of mBTC (millibitcoin = 1 thousandth of a bitcoin). Even then, they are only available in tournament mode, which means that more skilled/competitive players have a chance of earning more.

There are other crypto games and regular video games that let its players earn actual virtual currencies (oh, the irony!), most notably Counterstrike Global Offense (CS: GO), which awards its players in DigiByte tokens. Bitcoinbandit and Pokébits both allow their players to earn a couple of satoshis or mBTC, while Spells of Genesis awards altcoins to its players.

It is important to remember, however, that the main objective of video games is having fun, and not earning money. That’s what work is for. If you are earning 20 cents a day while playing a game you don’t particularly like, you’re doing it wrong. You need someone to teach you how to be good at life. People are happy to pay $60 for a good game, not to mention monthly subscriptions on games like World of Warcraft and others. So, keep an eye on games which are fun first and foremost, and which do not have small amounts of virtual coins as their main selling point.

With that in mind, when it comes to crypto games, Bitcoin Billionaire is one of the most highly regarded and beloved games that have something to do with cryptocurrencies. It is an idle clicker game with a complex system of achievements and an incredible amount of customization options, which keeps it from becoming stale and repetitive. Available for Android and iOS, the game has a rating of 4.5 on Google Play with millions of downloads, while Apple users rate it even higher – 4.8. It allows you to visit different timelines, with fun sceneries, a great soundtrack, and all kinds of silly and wacky things happening all the time.

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