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NINEBLOX
Nineblox is a provably fair, competitive falling blocks puzzle game that lets you battle other players in real time 1-on-1. Nineblox is powered by the EOS blockchain, which allows players to set wagers and win EOS! For every game played, all players receive BLOX token rewards, win or lose! BLOX token holders will receive dividends from all games played!
Token sale will start 25 June
Ratings: 8.4 / 10
NINEBLOX

HOW TO PLAY:

Controls

Keyboard arrows, or WASD may be used:
Up/W – Rotate piece
Left/A – Slide piece left
Right/D – Slide piece left
Down/S – Drop piece

Nineblox is a zero-gravity game, when a piece drops, it drops immediately. Players will not be able to rotate the piece once it is dropped.

Creating a Game

To create a game, select “New Game” from the Starting Page, then set your wager. If you’re confident in your skills you can wager as much as you want (as your EOS balance allows)!

Once your wager is set, select “Go!”. Scatter will pop up with a dialogue asking to approve the transfer. Approve the transfer in order for your game to be created. Once a game is created, you can wait for someone to join or send the game link to a friend who can instantly join your game.

While you wait, you can try practice mode. If someone joins your game while in practice mode, you will automatically exit practice mode to play the game. We recommend you try practice mode if this is your first time playing!

NOTE/WARNING: Once you start a game, Nineblox recommends you do not switch browsers. Nineblox uses your browser’s Local Storage to store and keep track of game state, including your secret player hash, which is game specific and should not change mid-game (or else the game will not validate, and will be treated as a defaulted match).

Joining a Game

Games may be joined by selecting “Join Game” from the start page, or scroll down and select “Browse Games” to view the list of joinable games.

Just like creating a game, joining a game requires approving the transfer function using Scatter.

NOTE/WARNING: Once you start a game, Nineblox recommends you do not switch browsers. Nineblox uses your browser’s Local Storage to store and keep track of game state, including your secret player hash, which is game specific and should not change mid-game (or else the game will not validate, and will be treated as a defaulted match).

Completing a Game

A game is complete once both players have run out of pieces. When you run out of pieces, Scatter will automatically ask to run a final function. This function is used to submit your final score and move hashes for validation by the Nineblox contract.

Once both players finish a game (have submitted their final transactions), it takes a few seconds (usually under a minute) for the Nineblox Oracle to run the contract validation and payout function. Once this has completed, you will be taken back to the start page. When this happens, you’re ready for another game!

Cancelling a Game

After some time (20 minutes, at the time of writing), if no one has joined your game, you may safely cancel the game. If you are in practice mode, refresh the page to get to the game waiting dialogue. You may cancel the game by selecting “Cancel Match”, and approving the cancel function with Scatter. NOTE that cancelled games will be 95% refunded (or 5% kept by the contract).

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