Dookey Dash, the new game from Yuga Labs, has reached $35 million in volume in its first week, according to data from dAppRadar.
The game is linked to the NFT Sewer Pass pool, which launched on the same day and is only accessible to pool token holders, which sells at average prices of 1.89 ETH (about $3,070 at current exchange rates).
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The game is only available until February
Dookey Dash is a casual endless runner game, similar to the popular dinosaur game on Google Chrome. The idea of Yuga Labs is to use the model to release new symbols over time.
The game is available from January 18th to February 8th. After this date, results will be locked and recorded in NFTs. The best players must receive a unique key and they will all be able to participate in an event scheduled for February 15th called ‘Summons’.
Yuga Labs’ goal is to create something the company calls “skill-based coinage.” Future plans include integrating these tokens with BAYC or other games.
NFT eyes the Doki Dash community
The group moved the NFT community, bringing the number of token exchanges to 9,601.
There is another way to get sewer card NFTs without spending money, but it’s limited to a few other Yuga Labs kit holders, the Bored Apes Yacht Club, the Mutant Apes Yach Club, and the Bored Apes Kennel Club, making for a grand total. The number of tokens (and players) is 21,791.
Those who have a token from this chain can mine their own free sewer pass and access Dookey Dash.
Are NFT games pay to win?
Despite their popularity, Sewer Pass and Dookey Dash have both received criticism from the community, one of which is that the method of accessing the game is too similar to the pay-to-win model.
The criticism comes because token holders from other Yuga Labs pools receive a small score boost. Pay-to-win is a very common business model in mobile gaming, but it has been criticized for allowing players to gain advantages using money instead of skill, which can make ecosystems unbalanced for those who don’t have or don’t want to. spend money.
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