10 Blockchain games with the most users

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UPDATED 27.11.20 – Check out the top 10 most played blockchain games right now

Blockchain games offer gamers an exciting way to participate in the decentralized world whilst at the same time earning money through the Play-2-Earn system installed within most Blockchain games.

Currently, the blockchain games category contains 703 dapps or approx 20% of the total dapps tracked by DappRadar.

Here are 10 blockchain games with the most users over the last 7-days:

N.B Prospectors is currently charting on both the protocols it operates on so will be combined to take the 8th position.

Top blockchain games in the last 7-days | Ranked by users

#1 Upland

L~eading the pack is EOS-based mobile game Upland. A property trading game with an exciting future roadmap that has been on a roll in recent months in terms of rising daily activity.

Now available through the Apple App Store and Google Play. Upland combines real-world locations with blockchain-based virtual item ownership. Become a property tycoon today!

# Splinterlands

Having successfully transitioned from the Steem to the Hive blockchain, card collection dapp Splinterlands is riding high as the second most popular dapp tracked by DappRadar. 

Splinterlands is arguably one of the best examples of how to integrate blockchain features with gaming, Splinterlands is a PVP experience in which two players select from the card collection to build a deck, with the actual battle being auto-played in a deterministic manner by the game.

#3 Axie Infinity

The Pokemon-inspired Axie Infinity has evolved to become the number one nonfungible token, or NFT, game on the Ethereum blockchain, with over 7,000 on-chain active monthly users.

The Axie Infinity Universe highlights the benefits of blockchain technology through a “Free to Play to Earn” gameplay and a player-owned economy.

#4 Galaxy Blocks

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In a galaxy far, far away, there are blocks waiting for you to break.​ Galaxy Blocks works in much the same way as the timeless blocks game Tetris. This hyper-casual game makes for a great entry point to the world of blockchain games.

#5 Jelly Squish

Players love the colorful jellies! Connect them as much as possible – whether they are three in a row or diagonally. Have fun with them!

#6 Math War

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Another hyper-casual game from the creators of Galaxy Bocks. Math War allows users to challenge friends to a math duel and put their skills to the test.

#7 Crypto Dynasty

Crypto Dynasty was the first RPG and PvP game on the blockchain. Players can enhance their heroes through collecting materials, forging equipment and domestication mounts.

Obtain the Three Kingdoms Token (TKT) to participate in multiple rewards or trade assets in the marketplace to obtain rewards.

#8 Prospectors

The first MMOG on EOS and WAX, Prospectors is a real-time economic strategy game with a fully user-generated economy. Prices for in-game goods and services are determined based on supply and demand, making the Prospectors economy equivalent to an economy during the Gold Rush. 

Enter a time when rumors had spread about the uninhabited Northern lands, rich in gold deposits. Caravans of gold miners headed northwards, taking families and abandoning their shanty homes. Gold dealers, moneylenders, traders, and a whole lot of adventurers followed.

#9 Color Craze

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Another hyper-casual game from the creators of Galaxy Bocks. How fast can you match the color to its name? Take up the challenge and see your capability.

#10 Chain Clash

Chain Clash is an action-packed collectibles & fighting game for passionate crypto supporters. Collect, train, and battle with avatars that you own. Think of Chain Clash as a crypto-themed Pokemon but with a Tekken twist.

The game is designed to enable fans of various cryptocurrencies to prove their loyalty to these coins and show that their community is the strongest and simply the best. So prepare your avatars for the fight!

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