PiChain Mall Launches Pi-Snake with Play-to-Earn Pi Coin Feature

The first war style play-to-earn GameFi is here from PiChain Mall.

Beta PiSnake is Live

PiChain Mall has announced the beta launch of its Pi-Snake Play-to-Earn GameFi for Pi Network.

In an exciting development for Pi Network users, the trusted Pi Network marketplace, PiChain Mall, has debuted the first play-to-earn Pi Coin game within its suite of game offerings. The game is currently only available in Pi Browser mode, with additional game modes and updates expected daily.

Pi-Snake is the first war game to feature in the PiChain Mall gaming platform. The first users to jump in and play in the first month will be eligible for exclusive prizes, including a unique skin offering to enhance their gameplay experience. The team confirmed that all skins will be in NFT format, making them available for user ownership and actions like re-sale.

“Pi-Snake is the first war game on the PCM game platform. You can grow your body by operating your own snake to eat the food on the map, or defeat the enemy through collision to get more real objects for rapid growth!” reads the in-game announcement. “There are many modes in the game. For example, in the bounty mode, you can kill the enemy to obtain high PI coins, accumulate Pi wealth while entertaining, Happy Games!”

The PiChain Mall team has also confirmed it will participate in the Pi Network Hackathon for Q1 2023 with the Pi-Snake GameFi project. The team will update its community daily with updates and announcements as the hackathon progresses.

Despite still being in beta mode, some users took to Twitter to complain about the game’s appearance and general lag in browser mode. The PiChain Mall team confirmed that users can report game bug’s via Telegram to support development in the beta test.

BSC News will follow the developments behind the PiChain Mall Pi-Snake game closely.

What is Pi Network:

Pi Network is a mobile blockchain mining project on a mission to give everyone access to the cryptocurrency revolution. The project was founded by a team of Stanford University Ph.D. candidates who designed a mobile-friendly blockchain mining algorithm.

Pi Network has evolved over the years and has organized a hackathon, built a couple of working Pi blockchain apps, and is now in the final stages of transition to public mainnet.

Where to find Pi Network:

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Source : bsc.news

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