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There’s More to EthTown Than You Know, Come and Find Out

As promised we’re back with yet another scoop on the ETH Town. If you read my previous post, click here, you’d know I just covered the basics and what every player can or is supposed to do once you join the game. But now, I’ll be talking about all the things that you can play with once you become part of the ETH Town community!

Infernal Cauldrons

This secret game that not a lot of people know about is located in the Crypto Tower’s lowest level.

It is a risky game where you drop your Ether or ETIT into a shared cauldron and wait till it stops brewing. Once it’s done, it sends out it’s content to three selected winners or one lucky winner. Your chance of winning is directly proportional to the amount you contribute.

To make them fair, the cauldrons are made up of a hash of a block on the Ethereum blockchain when it comes to determining the winner. It makes use of the ‘Investor Power’, the way this work is higher power means higher payouts hence more goes to you instead of the ETIT pool.

Moon Factory

We’re going on a trip, in our favorite rocket ship!

Zooming through the sky, landing on Moon Factory…

We know it doesn’t rhyme but FORGET THAT!!

Moon Factory is yet another game in the ETH Town… seems like the good just keeps coming. This game was launched before the global launch and attracted over 200 Ether.

“It’s an idle game with time management mechanics and a global economy”, the developers describing Moon Factory. You run your own factory which produces raw products and produces penguin piloted space rockets.

This is the first 3rd party game developed using ETH Town as an Ethereum gaming platform. It is pretty easy to catch up with opponents once you start playing. The game is balanced in a way that it ensures it’s always possible and realistic.

Dice game

This is the best-looking game on the crypto world. It’s a fair dice game powered by Loom. The reason it’s being run on a separate blockchain is that that allows extremely fast confirmation. The elegant animation and the game, both can be played smoothly.

So if you knew about the pre-sale event, you’d know that 4 of the Dice gene were drawn; three of which were at the pre-sale event while the 4th gene belongs the Satoshi Super Hero auctioned off during the pre-sale event. This entitles them to 1.5% edge on the game while the rest of the profit is sent to the ETIT pool.

Crypto Tower Floors

This right here is the real deal. The floors are the majority part of the game and if you play your cards right, you are bound to get lucky.

To keep the community alive and interactive, they have divided the sale of towers into ways. The first is personal and the second is crowdsale floors. The difference between the two is that the former can be bought individually while the latter can be bought out by a group of players.

When a floor is bought out, the owner gets their revenue from the price difference. And some of the portions go directly to the ETIT pool. So, if you think someone will buy the floor from you, buy a share in it.

And, IF nobody buys out the floor from the original owners, within a certain time, then the owners get a huge amount, allowing them to have a bigger share in the ETIT pool.

To make things fair, say if you were interested in buying a floor that’s on a crowdsale but were unable to collect the money in time. There’s no need to worry because you will be refunded 80% of the amount back while the remaining goes in the ETIT pool.

So, if you want instant profit, buy floors that you think will sell out quickly. If you want ETIT, then buy a floor nobody will buy from you.

Not only does it depend on the floor but it also depends on the hero you send to sign off the deal.

A precaution to remember that ETH Town is a computer game so don’t spend more Ether than you can afford to lose.

Soha Ali

As vanilla as it sounds, a filmmaker in the making. Soha brings the irony out of the crypto world by contributing to the Unfiltered section of BlockPublisher. Contact the editor at editor.unfiltered@blockpublisher.com

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