Play-to-earn game Mighty Catcher now in the Philippines

The first live streaming crane game to be on the Binance Smart Chain GameFi platform

Mighty Catcher, the newest play-to-earn game, makes its way to the Philippines. This is the first-ever blockchain-based online mobile crane game that presents users with a virtual claw machine with real-time controls and no lag.

Players have the option to try out the game for free first with daily free play coupons and practice before investing in it and start earning by playing. With the virtual claw machine, beginners can earn with daily login rewards and unlimited practice sessions for its main gameplay modes (3 Claw, Magnetic, and Push) across all difficulty levels (Simple, Normal, and Hard). Meanwhile, advanced players can combine skill and hard work to earn more.

The game has also started offering a new package that gives players more ways to earn such as monthly events where tradeable and limited NFT prizes can be won. Players also have the option to recycle their physical rewards for more profit to XPT – a type of in-game currency. Moreover, Mighty Catcher will soon be accredited on a blockchain gaming platform called Binance Smart Chain (BSC) GameFi, where play-to-earn gamers can track their yield, item values, and trade-in game items.

As part of this, Mighty Catcher rolled out the new Play to Earn package at 7,880 Mcoins or roughly PHP 5,180. In addition, in only 30 days, players can gain about 93% return of investment (ROI) in combination with the monthly subscription of about PHP 440. This is based on a number of blockchain and NFT-based gamers’ studies. And just by logging in, players can already get 150 XPT every day.

The Mighty Catcher is now available for download on Android and iOS devices via the Google Play Store and Apple App Store respectively.

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