- Fancy Bird aspires to be the next Flappy Bird of the mobile world.
- It’s a play-to-earn (P2E) game built on the blockchain.
Fancy Bird is a blockchain-based play-to-earn (P2E) game that aspires to be the next Flappy Bird.
Flappy Bird is a mobile game created by Dong Nguyen, a Vietnamese video game programmer, and his game firm. 2013 was the year of gears. After that, the game became well-known, and it has remained thus to this day. So, according to Fancy Birds, it’s the next Flappy Bird blockchain-based P2E game.
The game is a single-player mobile game featuring 8,888 NFT characters produced randomly and have design elements. From level to level, these characters compete to obtain the title of “fanciest bird in the nest.”
Flappy Bird had numerous investors join its pre-seed round for the upcoming Fancy Birds this week, including Kain Warwick from Synthetix, Stani Kulechov from Aave, Tyler Ward from Barnbridge, Santiago Santos, and 0xmaki from Sushi.
According to the business, introducing the Ethereum NFT scaling layer-2 project Immutable X is still being discussed. What’s more, successful participants might get 40% of the Fancy (FNC) token supply following the launch. After that, the game will be upgraded with the introduction of multiplayer mode, including breeding, staking, and tournaments.