Blockchain Games: Which were the most played since the end of July 2022?
While incoming data shows that the number one game retains its crown, the price of game tokens at the top of the list has increased.
Blockchain Games: Alien Worlds at number one
According to DappRadar data, Alien Worlds receives approximately 230,000 visitors daily. The game is a major obstacle for its competitors. It hosted over 600,000 unique addresses in total last month.
Working on the WAX and Binance Smart Chain (BSC) blockchains, Alien Worlds is taking advantage of the recovery seen in the cryptocurrency markets in July. Their TLM token managed to gain 21.6% in value over the 30-day period. TLM is listed on leading cryptocurrency exchanges such as Binance and KuCoin.
Axie Infinity in second
Axie Infinity, the pioneer of the GameFi industry, managed to come in second place. However, the game has lost the trust of many players after being exposed to cyber attacks.
However, since improvement has been seen in the Ronin blockchain, players are giving Axie Infinity a chance again. Last month, 512,000 unique addresses were connected to Axie Infinity.
While more than 510,000 addresses may seem remarkable for a blockchain-based game, AXS has hosted far more players than that in the past. In July, alongside the general market recovery, the price of AXS coin gained 23%, surpassing TLM.
Splinterlands comes in third
Splinterlands ranked third among the most visited blockchain games last month. The game, which has made a name for itself in the GameFi industry, hosted 378,000 unique addresses in July.
SPS, the in-game token, managed to surpass the local advantages of other popular games with a 36% gain in value.
Solitaire Blitz in fourth place
The established game Blitz Solitaire often referred to on mobile platforms. It has 357,000 monthly users, which puts it at number 4 on the list.
Blockchain Games: Upland in fifth place
Height it is open for players since July 2018. The game managed to enter the list at the 5th position with 209,000 users.
Despite the crypto winter, investing in blockchain games increases, albeit with a more modest capacity.
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