How Can We Learn From Thetan Arena?

Thetan Arena is a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) game that allows you to earn Thetan Coins (#THC) for each match that you win.

Two weeks ago, I wrote about how we can determine a good NFT game. Today, I’ll give an example of a good NFT game. By no means is this investment advice, so please do your own research. Let’s dive straight into it.

The game is Thetan Arena.

1. Intuitive
Take a look at Thetan Arena gameplay. The art style looks polished. The graphics look smooth. The game looks like Brawl Stars, which has been downloaded more than 200 million times ever since its release. We can pull out statistics of how multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games, which involves a third-person hero shooter video game, is popular. But more than that, when we look at new games, I believe there is an element of intuition. Do we feel the urge to want to try it? I know I do.

Thetan Arena is like Brawl Stars. The difference? You get to own the Heroes as NFT, and you get to earn cryptocurrency for every game that you win.

I believe everyone cares about how the game looks, but we also care about how the actual gameplay is like.

The team members had prior experience to Thetan Arena, which I believe will serve as a guide on how to better manage the game.

The usual response is that the new player can always sell the Axies if he don’t wish to continue playing the game. If he don’t want to incur losses, he can farm Smooth Love Potion (SLP) for a week or two and make up for the difference in his Axie sale. That being said, it isn’t solving the root problem. Thetan Arena understands this, which is why newcomers will be given a default hero to play, and can be used to earn native in-game tokens (Thetan Coin). You can make enough tokens to open new premium heroes on Thetan Marketplace with the free hero.

Simply put, newcomers can try Thetan Arena and see if it suits their playstyle.

Think of it this way: Thetan Gem is the AXS version, and Thetan Coin is the SLP version of Axie Infinity.

Sure enough, it isn’t anything close to Pokémon Go or Pokémon Unite, but it is definitely a good start for Thetan Arena.

There is a fine line between fishing and doing nothing. We would like to think that we’re fishing, but the truth is we don’t have the line.