Trojan Box Game Paced Into Beta Version , and Gaming Tutorial was Issued
The Trojan Box is a trojan war-themed play-to-earn game box developed by the random off-chain signature of Ethereum. This week the beta version will be available for the public.
Last week, the project opened a registration channel for the community; the participants could join the telegram group and fill in a form to be listed in the whitelist and join the <play to earn> mode.
Since the registration started, we received massive passion from candidates who actively wanted to participate in the game. Before the game start, we will specify the game relies on operation processes in detail.
Beta version period: 28th March to 1st April 6:00 am to 4:00 pm (UTC)
play only can play once in an hour
beta version plays: the members on the whitelist
beta version platform: PC desktop
beta version: https://trojan.aresprotocol.io/box
error submission: submit description + bug screenshot
Sidenote: While the rewards are not less than 100, you can extract the reward； the game does not involve any Gas fee.
Game Video Tutorial:
- Log in to the website https://trojan.aresprotocol.io/box
- Connect the wallet.
- Change the network into Ethereum to proceed first registration.
- Confirm if you have credentials to play the game.
Step2：click the first page <buy tickets>, and the system automatically identifies if your wallet has ARES more than 10,000 ARES. If your wallet balance is not enough, you could click buy tickets and go to Uniswap to purchase ARES. (This round, the whitelist members have been already screened to make sure the qualification and the members in the whitelist can directly proceed to the game)
Roll down to the below part of the page and <win now> to play the game.
Step 3: You could play the game once every hour, every day from 6:00 am to 4:00 pm (UTC). Click the scepter to enter the mystery box.
Step 4: While you choose the hero, you need to sign for the second signature to proceed to the next step. You need to choose one favorite Greek figure among 9 of them.
Step 5: It will display the stories behind each figure; you could click ok to choose one figure to proceed with the game.
Step 6: This is the most exciting part of the game; your reward will be disclosed in this part, and you could click ok to see the reward.
Step 7: After displaying the rewards behind each game figure, the game ends. Click <back button> come back to <win now> page.
Step 1: After you return to the <win now> page, you could click <rewards> to see your reward records.
Step 2: You could click <extract> to extract rewards on the rewards page.
- Put in the amount you want to extract (amount ≥ 100 ARES).
- Click to confirm.
- Proceed to further authentication.
Step 4: Congratulations, you have successfully extracted 100 ARES; the reward will be sent into your wallet within 24 hours.
Step 1: Click <bug feedbacks> on the first page
Step 2: Click the highlighted part to upload images.
- Fill in the bug description.
- Upload images.
- Click <submit> to submit the feedback.
After the reply of the project, the reward will be accumulated into your account. (usually, the project side will reply to your bug feedback in a day)
Claim: In the beta version, the users should not use any cheating program; once the user is found cheating, all rewards will be canceled.
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