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In the last few months, we have witnessed a crazy phenomenon within the nexus; Metaverse. Degens, enthusiasts, and players have flocked to a certain specific handle. Your guess is right! It’s none other than Alien Worlds. Crazy enough, the metaverse is currently home to uncountable games within this environment. However, Alien Worlds just stands out among the rest. 
At the top of blockchain gaming as of now, Alien worlds occupies the first spot. Boosting over 8 million lifetime players as well as millions of monthly active users, the social blockchain game has beaten all odds. DappRadar recent charts place Alien Worlds far from all other blockchain games at the top-most position. 
Why has it become the talk of the town? All along, Alien World gamers have been speaking about escaping earth’s miseries into Alien Worlds six planets to mine NFTs.. 
So, what is Alien Worlds?
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Alien Worlds is a ‘play-to-earn’ blockchain game in the metaverse that falls under the decentralized finance (DeFi) and non-fungible token (NFT) categories. The players earn Trillium (Alien Worlds currency) as they exploit the intergalactic obstacles within the harsh and vast planets within the game. As gamers transverse Alien Worlds, they acquire special gifts as they progress from one level to the next.
From a layman’s view, imagine a space exploration endeavor that allows you to earn or gather income (currency) as you navigate through a sophisticated intergalactic environment. In the real sense, gamers are rewarded with NFTs as they are able to progress within the game. Alien Worlds game runs on WAX, BSC blockchain, and Ethereum protocols.  
Asian Worlds is the brainchild project of two legends who had previously worked at the EOS blockchain, Michael Yeates and Sarojini McKenna. Prior to co-founding the blockbuster game, the two had worked on project Liberland. A test idea that was intended to assess the suitability of applying a blockchain governance system with a DAO.   
Alien Worlds’ in-game infrastructure is supported under four key pillars which boost its overall functionalities. NFTs tools, Trillium (TLM tokens), and Land and Planet DAOs comprise the key components of the game. 
Just like any other blockchain game requires an in-game currency, Trilium is Alien Worlds’ currency. Commonly referred to as TLM tokens, Trilium, not only grows and advances the game but also draws significant traffic to it. Trilium is available on cryptocurrency markets as an ERC-20 / BEP-20 / WAX token for purchase.
The in-game currency doubles up as the game’s engine power as well as promoting its development within the Metaverse. 
With Trilium what do players set to gain from the game?
As at Nov. 13, the price of Trilium on crypto markets stands at US$ 0.00007568. Which represents a -26.6% market drop in the last 24 hours. With a market cap valued at US$19.7 million and a US$ 4.7 million hourly trading volume. 
The maximum supply of Trilium in the crypto markets stands at 10,000,000,000 TLM. Launched back in May 2021, TLM tokens have since dropped significantly from an all-time high of $7.19. 
The recent rankings in the crypto sector place Asian Worlds at;
The Alien Worlds’ planet’s land is subdivided into unique sections. Gamers can either purchase them in form of an NFTs token or sublet the same for commissions. The land sections have differences in terms of resources and rewards. The rewards are critical to the game’s progression for the players. 
Landowners are at liberty to mine NFTs from their sections. Also, they can share rewards with other miners who can do the same on their behalf. 
At the start of the game, each player is equipped with a standard shovel. For mining in-game assets. As the gamer progresses to amass TRM tokens he/she can upgrade to more powerful tools. Of course, they come with unique configurations and at different price levels.
At any point in the game, the gamer can have three different tools. Among the three, each can be equipped several times. The tools are categorized into four tools stats namely;
DAOs (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) is a next-level innovation within the Alien Worlds Metaverse. It’s a game feature that enables players to govern their own planets. Gamers are at liberty to mine more Trilium by allocating some of their digital wealth within their preferred alien planetary regions. 
With this, comes more voting power in the planetary elections. More power allows players to take part in digital asset allocation within the planet’s regions. Simply put, with higher Trillium investments in alien communities the more powerful one becomes. Alien Worlds just gives players an opportunity to play and plan on behalf of the preferred planet. 
To participate, you need to stake TLM tokens. The central Metaverse smart contracts reward planetary players daily Trilium tokens as gamers continue to mine and acquire land renting rights. 
Minecraft Fit is a highly popular traditional game. Alien Worlds on the other hand is a Web3 game running on a Play-to-Earn model. With an excess of 170 million players worldwide, Minecraft Fit has recently allowed Alien Worlds’ players to achieve significant precious tokens as they play.
A win-win situation for the Web2 and Web3 games as they try to increase their player base. Alien Worlds gamers can easily shift to Minecraft Fit and play. 
Alien Worlds is undoubtedly the frontrunner in the blockchain Meterverse world currently. With over 200,000 new players signing in daily, the planetary game is yet to hit its fullest potential. The Play-to-Earn model has been a gamer changer in its development and exponential growth. And, with a stable in-game currency, Trilium, it has successfully positioned itself both in the gaming and crypto markets as a worthy competitor. 
It is interesting to imagine what the future holds for Alien Worlds, the game, and the players. Moreso, the developments within DAOs and in-game infrastructure that we expect.
Let’s wait and see!


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