The alpha version of the tactical battle game Axie Infinity has been downloaded more than ten thousand times. Game studio Sky Mavis announced the milestone on Twitter. The studio launched the test version of Axie Infinity in the beginning of the year.
Since the game launched, the project has made some headlines. Some of the in-game creatures are selling for lots of money. In addition players are earning Small Love Potions, which can be sold on the secondary marketplace.
For the future Sky Mavis is working on gameplay elements for virtual land. In addition they will introduce a governance token. However, details about this token and the way players can use or earn it are not yet known.
What is Axie Infinity?
Axie Infinity is a tactical battle game in which two players fight each other using a team of cute creatures called Axies. These little weird balls of joy live in a world called Lunacia, and they come in all kinds of shapes in sizes. Their characteristics influence which moves they are capable of performing. They can be damage dealers, healers, or bad ass tanks.
Axies are deadly cute, that is an undeniable truth. But Axies are not only just cute, their appearance are almost unique. It is difficult to find two look-alike Axies since their body parts have various forms and shapes. There are more than 500 Axie’s body parts. Axies’ body and parts are classified into classes including Beast, Plant, Bug, Bird, Reptile and Aquatic, and more in future release. Moreover, the parts also come with four levels of rarity, which are Common, Rare, Ultra Rare, Legendary.
It is the battle system that makes Axie Infinity stand out. Axies will take turn to fight in a 3v3 battle. The Axies fight for their own will, but to win the victory, players need to a real strategist, from wisely choosing appropriate Axies for their team to placing them at the tactical positions.
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