With the crypto market taking a little dip this week, let’s see how gaming projects and NFT collections are holding up and if there are any surprise newcomers in this week’s charts.
Top play-to-earn games by active users
|Game||Active Users 7 days||Change|
|1. Alien Worlds||334k||+4%|
|3. Axie Infinity||189k||-10.5%|
|4. Farmers World||119k||-5%|
|6. Solitaire Blitz||111k||+2%|
|8. Trickshot Blitz||50k||n/a|
|9. Era 7: Game of Truth||49k||+18%|
|10. Sunflower Land||41.5k||-13.5%|
The overall player base remains quite steady and the top 10 is almost unchanged compared to last week. The only newcomer here is Trickshot Blitz, a mobile trick shot pool game powered by the Flow blockchain.
Top 10 NFT collections
|Collection||Volume traded 7 days||Change||Floor Price|
|1. Bored Ape Yacht Club||$12.46M||+58%||$108.4k|
|2. Mutant Ape Yacht Club||$6.29M||-1.5%||$19.4k|
|3. Otherdeed for Otherside||$6.24M||+16%||$2.49k|
|5. Crypto Punks||$4.57M||-52%||$107.6k|
|6. Ethereum Name Service||$4.25M||+50%||n/a|
|8. Genuine Undead||$2.92M||+1290%||$129|
|9. Clone X||$2.77M||+29%||$9.5k|
|10. Doodles v4||$2.64M||+58%||$10.8k|
While the crypto gaming player base remains stable, the NFT market is taking another hit this week. Top projects like BAYC, MAYC, and Crypto Punks have seen their floor prices drop by over 20%. Some will see this as an opportunity while others are becoming more and more bearish on current NFT collections.