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    Enjin Adds Interesting Play to Earn Shooter, Moonshot Voyage, to Its Adopter Program

    In an announcement yesterday, gaming blockchain, Enjin, revealed their latest addition to the Enjin Adopter Program, Moonshot Voyage. This program is far more exclusive than it once was, with fewer games gaining entry, lending credence to the projects that make it in. The last game added was Dungeon Universe which you can read about here.

    Moonshot Voyage is a Play to Earn (P2E) shooter developed by SafeMoon Inu for their gaming platform, SMI PLAY. This platform has its own ERC-20 token, $SMI, which is available on Uniswap.

    Moonshot Voyage is described as a tom-down looter shooter where you “Take a role of a space bounty hunter and traverse an unknown galaxy after being sucked into a black hole while trying to find a legendary spaceship – the Moonshot.”

    While the game has an estimated release date of Q1 2022, you can sign up to the Closed Alpha #1 which is taking place on the 6th and 7th of November. If you are selected, you will be the first to play the game and you will receive a free and exclusive alpha NFT.

    Are the Scope of Play to Earn Games Improving?

    In recent months we have seen a spate of new P2E games either in development or testing phases. Some of these new games have far more ambitious a scope than what we have grown a customer to, and more in line with what gamers are hankering for.

    While I do play the more simplistic, clicking browser games, I want to see more progressive projects and it’s starting to feel as if, day by day, we’re starting to see them. Moonshot Voyage is another interesting idea, but we’ll need to put it through its paces before we sing (Tweet) its name from the rafters (Twitter).

    Robert Baggs
    Full-time professional crypto writer and Editor of Token Gamer. Obsessed with MMOs. London based.

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