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Aloha has announced that it will launch its Surf Invaders game on the Polygon network, integrating the latter’s full-stack scaling solutions to help power Aloha’s NFT-based game.
Surf Invaders is an endless runner-type game designed to be fun while being accessible. The team likens the game to the smash hit Flappy Bird. Players will be incentivized to get as high a score as possible so that they can be featured on the global leaderboard. The game has an eco-friendly focus, encouraging players to pick up plastic from the ocean, in order to boost their scores and earn more lives.
In Surf Invaders, players will earn for playing, with top scorers earning a share of the Aloha platform’s revenue. The game’s objective is to outrun sea monsters (some of which will be designed by players themselves). Along the way, they’ll rack up points by performing stunts, collecting plastic, and avoiding obstacles.
Aloha Set for More Releases in Q4 2021
A slew of new features has helped Aloha grow its user base to new milestones, particularly in 2021, when it has really come of age. The team has not stopped innovating despite the many new products in its pipeline. The remainder of the year promises new exciting features for stakeholders, users, developers, and merchants.
Surf Invaders will launch on October 10, and the NFT player packs will go live six hours before the launch. The launch will kick off a busy month for Aloha, which has numerous launches, announcements, and integrations ready to take place this month.
Polygon is the leading platform for Ethereum scaling and infrastructure development. Its growing suite of products offers developers easy access to all major scaling and infrastructure solutions: L2 solutions (ZK Rollups and Optimistic Rollups), sidechains, hybrid solutions, stand-alone and enterprise chains, data availability solutions, and more. Polygon’s scaling solutions have seen widespread adoption with 700+ applications hosted, ~600M total transactions processed, ~60M unique user addresses, and $5B+ in assets secured.
Aloha is a DeFi platform that offers a suite of interconnected features to its users. These features, which include limited edition NFTs and a staking platform, and a soon-to-be-launched DEX. At the heart of the whole ecosystem are Aloha NFTs, which can be used for governance, staking, and as playable tokens in an upcoming game.
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