Most popular blockchain games — November 2021
Who’s up, who’s down, and why
Welcome to our regular look at the most popular blockchain games, using data from DappRadar.
At the top of charts, Splinterlands continues to be the #1 blockchain game in terms of onchain activity.
It peaked at almost 500,000 daily active unique wallets during the end day of its first tournaments in November and is regularly over 300,000 DAUWs more generally.
Aliens World is maintaining the #2 position with an average of 250,000 DAUWs during November. It’s also about to welcome its 5 million wallet in terms of life-time registrations, although an unknown percentage of these will have been bot accounts.
It’s also worth noting the explosive growth of CryptoMines, which is a GameFi-style experience running on Binance Smart Chain.
It’s been growing very fast, mainly due to the incredible price growth of its ETERNAL token. However this velocity has now reversed so it seems likely that CryptoMines’ popularity will drop – perhaps as quickly as it rose – during December.
Aside from the top three, Axie Infinity experienced a sharp increase in onchain activity at the start of November as it launched its Katana DEX. This enables users to swap tokens such as AXS, SLP and WETH, as well as providing liquidity and yield farming for the Ronin blockchain’s RON token.
Elsewhere, Monopoly-style mobile game Upland recovered from its October dip and is heading for 50,000 DAUWs, while GameFi title Famers World, which runs on the WAX blockchain is steadily rising too.
Check out our Top 50 Blockchain Game Companies list here.