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moto x3m (extreme)

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Racing games are perfect for fun. A clear concept, simple rules, adorable videos and sound effects, unexpected challenges and extreme roads make online racing so popular.

Moto x3m is a motorcycle racing game with crazy stunts, deadly obstacle spins and explosive crashes. With different levels of challenges, extremely dangerous but equally attractive high speed, the game will amaze you with its exciting features. Welcome to the special version of this amazing motorcycle stunt game “Spooky Land”. Good luck with Moto X3M 6 Spooky Land!

This game does not require installation. You can immediately play on your mobile with simple navigation features to enable full-screen mode in the upper right corner and return to the home page in the upper right corner.

Moto Extreme has all these features. This is more than just racing fun. He is a true legend and a source of inspiration for many game software developers. The first release of the game became so popular that the developers simply had to create several sequels based on the famous Moto Xtreme concept.

Moto Extreme has all these features. This is more than just racing fun. He is a legend and a source of inspiration for many game software developers. The first release of the game became so popular that the developers simply had to create several sequels based on the famous Moto Xtreme concept.

At the bottom of the page, we also offer many similar games for your reference. If you do not like this game, you can choose any other game that we provide there. Now start your journey and enjoy this one of the most addictive games.

Playing the same game for a long time can get boring. People like to switch games and genres for fun. However, when you play games like Moto X3M, you face very different challenges. One task may require an incredibly fast cycle, while another task may require you to be very slow and careful. The game developers have added some tests to help you use logic and critical thinking. Plus, each level has adventure game elements and amazing surprises!

The later the sequel to the game’s popular masterpiece was created, the more complex and detailed its graphic design became. The collection includes games with simpler 2D designs and incredible versions with impressive 3D images. No matter which version you choose, you can be sure that it looks very attractive and shiny! You may be saying that game backgrounds don’t really matter, but a great layout is always a nice bonus for X3M cycling!

Great sound and visual effects – feel real! Special effects are like seasonings for an exotic dish. If you add too little, the result will be too simple and boring, if you add too much, you can ruin everything. Extreme motorcycle game developers probably know how many special effects are ideal for gamers. The effects add a special atmosphere and involve the player in the game. At the same time, a moderate amount of effects does not distract the player’s attention.

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Galaxy Panda “GPA”

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Galaxy Panda “GPA”

You may have come across several NFT projects if you have been keeping up with the recent news in the world of technology. The growing interest in learning about NFTs has shifted the focus to the development of these collectibles. Their advantages attract people to learn more about them as they become the most popular assets of the virtual reality world that is rapidly growing before our eyes.

Let’s talk about Galaxy Panda, one of the most promising NFT project we heard about in the last few months.

What is Galaxy Panda NFT?

Galaxy Panda will launch an exclusive collection of 2D and 3D unique digital art running on the Solana blockchain.

Furthermore, Galaxy Pandas NFTs will combine Music, Video and a world first ever Treasury Bill NFT.

All this responding to the key NFT’s features of

  • Uniqueness: Each Galaxy Panda NFT has a unique feature that is recorded in its data. They have different characters, and no two are alike.
  • Indivisibility: You can’t divide them down into smaller quantities or buy or transfer a portion of them.
  • Fraud proof: They are easy to transfer and aren’t hampered by fraud. This is because the blockchain, on which these NFTs are stored, is immutable, ensuring their legitimacy.
  • Ownership: These tokens guarantee the ownership of the asset. Using the blockchain network,

Galaxy Panda can assist in tying ownership to a single account.

…they are one of a kind. And if it’s not the most talked about (for now) there are key points that make us think it can become one of the most valuable in a near future.

What to Expect from Galaxy Panda?  



More than just providing a collectible NFT, Galaxy Panda allows you to enter an interesting eco system with some key milestones.
  • December 4th at 3pm UTC, early bird and mint our NFT for only 1 Sol (maximum supply of 2000 NFTs)
  • December 5th at 3pm UTC, you will be able to mint our NFT for 2 Sol (maximum supply of 3000 NFTs)
  • December 6th at 3pm UTC, each NFT will cost you 4 Sol (maximum supply of 4000 NFTs)
  • December 11th, at 3pm UTC, GPA token will be launched on Raydium.io at the price of 1 GPA = $0,001
  • December 24th, the Galaxy Panda video game will be available on GooglePlay store for free.
  • January 2022, the GPA Lottery, allowing user to play/stake NFT and win multiple pool prizes.
  • Early 2022, introducing our GALAXYVERSE. The Galaxy Panda Metaverse project using your NFT play to earn.

This exciting roadmap is already getting the attention of enthusiasts and investors and no doubt that we willsoon hear about the fun and game partnership that are currently in progress.

How Galaxy Panda works?

GPA NFT details

To mint a Galaxy Panda, you are required to link either your Sollet, Phantom or Token Pocket wallet on our website.

Algorithmically created, the NFT will be distributed using a smart contract launched on the Solana blockchain.

No more than 10,000 unique NFTs will be generated. Not one more…

The opening price is phased. Anticipated to open at 1 SOL (Solana cryptocurrency) per NFT on www.galaxypanda.space for the early mint phase, growing to 2 SOL the next day, then 4 SOL on the public sale by the end of that same week when it will reach the trading market on the Solanart.io platform. The sale will be limited to 1 NFT per wallet with an anti-bot system to ensure once again the fair distribution.

The scarcity of the Panda’s attribute (look, color, accessories…) will obviously drive the market price of each piece and define the value of these digital assets. We can refer to the website for the rarity of any attributes.

GPA TOKEN details

The price at launch will be 1 GPA = 0, 001$ and the maximum supply will be 100 million of GPA tokens.

Note that 10% of each NFT sold will be injected in the liquidity of the token as well as a 10% of the lottery reserve.

The relatively low supply as well as the automated funding system will increase our token market cap.

The Pioneer Behind Galaxy Panda

The team behind Galaxy Panda are dedicated artists, enthusiasts, and coders. These blockchain lovers and promoters are working to create a positive factor in developing this ecosystem.

If you wish to contact the team, the social networks Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Discord, Telegram, and Instagram which can be seen embedded on the website will be your best options.

This highly anticipated project has the potential to make a difference. We can see all the ingredients for seeing Galaxy Panda at one stage entering the Metaverse, either in developing their own project or with successful partners. One or the other would be in the continuing of the existing roadmap and a huge milestone for the team and its community.

Galaxy Panda is on the good path to become a major element in the industry. Jumping in early to onboard sounds like a good advice.

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GameFi, Asia’s first GameFi platform soft launches in Malaysia

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GameFi, Asia’s first GameFi platform soft launches in Malaysia

GameFi, a blockchain platform today announced its soft launch in Malaysia. The pioneering platform allows people to kickstart their blockchain journey and learn about GameFi, Play-to-Earn games, Non-Fungible Token (NFT), and Metaverse.

While 2020 witnessed several economies shutting down as a direct consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic, the video gaming industry was one of the few sectors that experienced an unexpected boom. With several nations imposing nationwide lockdowns, people naturally resorted to seeking entertainment within their homes during the successive rounds of restrictions.

As cryptos continue to be a global phenomenon, industries all around the world are looking for more ways to incorporate blockchain technology into their core products and services. Online gaming, in particular, has become a breeding ground for exciting innovation in this space. Developers are inventing new methods to leverage blockchain and use cryptos to purchase and trade in-game products, cosmetics, unlock characters, and much more. The convergence of the virtual and the real – our metaverse – has never looked so good.

The Chief Executive Officer and Founder of GameFi Sdn Bhd, Sean Leong said that their mission is to raise individual and businesses awareness about how blockchain can transform games and improve or disrupt existing business areas.

With the advancements in PC and mobile gaming, there has been a noticeable increase in the gaming industry’s interest in cryptos. Undoubtedly, crypto games are now disrupting the traditional games market by allowing players to earn while playing, thereby rewarding their time and effort.

As public familiarity with cryptocurrency spreads and applications of blockchain technology become more varied, many are predicting blockchain gaming to be the missing piece of the mass adoption puzzle. In many cases, gamers are already familiar with the concepts that underpin many GameFi titles — in-game economies and digital scarcity, for example. 

Additionally, the online gaming sector is rapidly expanding — with 2020 seeing 21.9% growth over the previous year, pushing its total annual revenue past $21 billion. Meanwhile, an estimated 932 million people worldwide enjoy video games online. 

As a result, GameFi Sdn Bhd seeks to further build an ecosystem combination of Blockchain project development platform, decentralized NFT marketplace, Crypto Domain and IPFS storage, GameFi technology lab and education hub.

We want to be the part of this ecosystem and in Malaysia’s transformation journey. This is in line with the government’s huge ambition for innovative and advanced technology.

The GameFi team, with Sean sitting in the front second from the left.

The team behind GameFi (Malaysia) showcases their interest and ability to focus on continuous innovation, as evidenced by their intention to further integrate their projects in blockchain with the government to develop more innovative projects that benefit to the public. They are also eyeing Metaverse, creating and delivering the whole Metaverse experience to the public.

GameFi Malaysia will also seek out opportunities to continually enhance and complete their ecosystem in Blockchain technology to create a Blockchain-savvy nation in Malaysia.

Anyone interested in a partnership or collaboration with GameFi about Blockchain, NFT, GameFi or Metaverse, can visit their website – www.gamefi.my or email them at [email protected]

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Why Some Pro Players Abandon Fortnite

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Why Some Pro Players Abandon Fortnite

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Ultra-famous streamers such as Ninja, Tfue, Pokimane, and many more have left the Fortnite community. But why is that?

Fornite jumpstarted the professional careers of many gamers since it launched. The streaming scene was already huge even before Fortnite was present, but it’s thanks to the battle royale where a lot of small-time streamers and gamers got their chance to soar into stardom. Over the years, professional Fortnite players, especially the ones that are part of organizations, have been judged through the use of a whole slew of popular metrics. Back then, now-famous streamers such as Ninja and Tfue have been regarded as some of the best Fortnite players in the world, and for good reason. But out of the blue, it seems like these players have abandoned the battle royale and the Fortnite Item Shop for something else altogether. Whether it be for other games or endeavors, it’s been a while since we’ve heard anything from them. It certainly begs the question of why pro players abandon Fortnite altogether even though it’s what made them what they are today.

The Burnout

It can be a difficult decision for content creators to switch from one game to another since there’s the risk of losing their core audience in the process. However, completely burning out from playing too much of one game can be detrimental to a player’s health–physically and mentally. Most of the pro players that used to stream Fortnite no longer play the game at all thanks to burnout. Most streamers tend to stick to a game for more than six to eight months, and it’s not all fun and games. Sure there was still a lot of content and upcoming seasons that’ll no doubt bring new stuff to the Fortnite Item Shop, but the gameplay remains as repetitive as ever. This leads to content creators and professional players suffering from burnout. One could say that most of them would only continue to grind and play the battle royale video game because they knew that their audience enjoyed the content. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean that it’s great for them.

Becoming A Variety Streamer

Some streamers start off playing just one game but then transition to all sorts of other titles after they’ve managed to garner a large audience. In the world of Twitch and live-stream gaming, the environment can be a cruel place. Whenever a game becomes completely irrelevant or stale, it no longer provides a high viewership rate since other people have moved on. Unfortunately, the same thing happened to Fortnite–in fact, it happens to almost every game. While certain online games are still popular such as MOBAs like League of Legends, only a select few get to survive the turbulent trendings.

As such, some professional players turn to other games to go with the flow. We’ve such other games hovering the Twitch’s home page for a few days straight such as Fall Guys and Among Us when it first released, and believe it or not, the viewership count of already famous streamers spiked even higher thanks to those games. Plus, it also helps them spread out their audience a bit more. By not being tied down to just Fortnite, they can expect their fanbase to always be with them regardless of what game they play next.

The Technicalities

In just a few short weeks after claiming that he would try his best to become one of the best Fortnite players in the world, Ninja revealed that he no longer played the battle royale anymore. This was discussed during one of his streams when he was still in contract with Mixer. Many people expected the same reasoning to come out of his mouth such as burnout issues or just wanting to play other games, when in fact, it was due to some technicalities that ultimately broke the game for him. Talk about a curveball. The aim assist function for controller players has always been known to be broken. It’s a hot topic among streamers, casuals, and pro players alike. The aim assist function on 240Hz has become a problem to PC players since it led to many keyboard-and-mouse gamers using controllers instead–that’s how much of an advantage that controller players get. That sort of imbalance, according to Ninja, ultimately led to him and many other famous streamers such as Tfue, leaving Fortnite forever.

Closing Remarks

Fortnite is currently available across all sorts of platforms. With the influence of the battle royale spread far and wide, it’s no doubt that there are still millions of players active in the community. While it’s can be a melancholic time for those that used to watch their favorite streamer play the game with their Fortnite account, it’s clear that players such as the likes of Tfue and Ninja made the conscious decision to move away from creating Fortnite-related content, and who can blame them? What do you think of the state of Fortnite streamers? Let us know down below.

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