The innovative approach taken by the developers of Dragon’s Tale in creating a Bitcoin gambling game packaged as a Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) is worth appreciating. Dragon’s Tale has numerous gambling games incorporated within, which includes a list of tasks, challenges, and quests. The game is inspired by conventional casino games, board games, pencil and paper games and more.
Rainy Falls in one such game that draws its inspiration from the well-known “Connect 4” game and numerous mainstream MMORPG games. This perfectly blended skill based game requires the player to complete a series of quests to unlock it. The items needed to unlock the game includes 2 Calligraphy Sets, 2 Sake Bottle and Cup Sets, 2 copies of ‘The Book of Tang’ and 2 Pictures of a Mountain. Once the player manages to collect all these things during his quests, he will be able to pass through the gates of Rainy Falls.
The Rainy Falls game involves a waterfall of colored coins, which has to be clicked by the player to make it fall along with other coins of the same color in the same group. As the coins get cleared, rest of the coins fill the gap along with new ones making up for the removed coins. In order to claim rewards, the player has to claim a group of coins that form a ring together. They can do so by clicking on the coins that are making the walls of the ring, touching the inside.
Rainy Falls also allows players to claim multiple rings at a time. In order to do that, the rings should have a common coin as part of their walls and all the player has to do is click on that coin. Those who have played Connect 4 or even the latest Candy Crush game will find themselves right at home while playing Rainy Falls.
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