Crypto Crisis Game simulates real situation of BTC mining operations
Crypto Crisis game allows players to live the life of a Bitcoin miner, along with all its hype and histeria.
It’s not easy to become a Bitcoin miner when the market is crashing like now, which is why many mining businesses have been reported to closing down.
A new game, called Crypto Crisis opens up the world of crypto mining to the public through the simulation of a real mining situation.
The game was actually launched on October, however, the Armoured Beans, the company who designs it just announces two major updates to the game that improves the total game experience.
Through the game, players can perform activities, such as starting a mining operation, improving mining equipment to get better result, and selling the Bitcoin earned from their mining activities.
They will also need to manage the energy consumption, data facilities and their mining rig’s output, things that are commonly done by Bitcoin miners, as reported by News Bitcoin.
The game challenges players to improve their mining operations by “unlocking new maps and additional space”, so they can accumulate more Bitcoin miners.
What makes it more interesting is, Crypto Crisis uses real data from 2009, which means players actually relive a real Bitcoin network situation.
Looking at the game reviews, one player claimed that the game is prone to “freezing” during play, while another one said he has restarted the game for more than 17 times since he “can’t figure out how to make enough money to stay afloat.”
One important catch of the game is when players fail, they can always restart the game, without losing real money, as how it is in real mining situation.