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BinaryX Releases Space Game Trailer, Opens Beta Test

GameFi platform BinaryX, today announced plans to release Project Matthew, a space building simulation game. The development team has just released a trailer video giving players a taste of the game, and they are also accepting applications to participate in a Closed Beta Test. Registration will be open from March 13 at 9 p.m. UTC+8 until March 20 at 6 p.m. UTC+8 (UTC+8), and only for Windows users.

Project Matthew and the exciting world of space-building

Project Mathew is the creation of BinaryX, the company behind CyberDragon and CyberChess. In Project Mathew, the player assumes the role of landlord of a faraway planet named Matthew in this space-based game.

Players in Project Mathew live out their dreams of being space colonists and explorers. The goal of the game is to build one’s own simulated alien city by establishing a network of facilities to produce the required resources.

What you can do in your space empire

  • Build your city:  Plays are thrust into action starting with a plot of NFT land on which to construct their city. In order to expand their cities, players can create several robots to help them, each with their own unique set of skills for scavenging, fighting, and exploring new territories.
  • Lead your own army: Gamers can challenge foes on the battlefield with an army of robots they’ve acquired, each with their own unique set of skills and abilities. Several parts of the battlefield provide increasingly difficult tasks. The higher the difficulty, the better the payoff.
  • Space Exploration:  Exploration is a key mechanic in the game, as it leads to discoveries of new planets and provides a means to gain rewards and materials.

One of the top 10 projects on BNB chain, Project Matthew is BinaryX’s first foray into the simulation genre. The community now has over 100,000 members and over 17,000 monthly active wallets, but the developers of Project Mathew hope to attract an entirely new audience of space fans and simulation gamers.