LUNC shooter game launched on Unity Play

LUNC shooter game launched on Unity Play

Edward Kim, one of the founders of Terra Rebels, has launched LUNC's first-person shooter game on Unity Play.

Terra Rebels is committed to reviving the Terra Classic after its catastrophic collapse in May that destroyed $60 billion in investments. In addition to its proposals such as the 1.2% tax burn, which saw a significant number of LUNC tokens burned by various cryptocurrency exchange platforms, a new initiative was rolled out a few days ago.

The first-person shooter game was launched by Kim, an associate professor at the Computer Science department of Drexel University, in response to the overwhelming demand of the community. To play the game, players are required to put in their wallet address, a Terra Classic address where LUNC awards collected from the game would be sent.

The game is only available on PC, Kim is yet to reveal if it will be available on iOS and Android devices soon. This latest game is considered a good LUNC faucet since players receive LUNC as they progress in the game.

Playing a game with the promise of crypto as a reward makes it more interesting for players. The player's reward will also be provided with a 0.2% tax burn mechanism, allowing players to burn tokens and contribute to the reduced circulating supply of the Terra Classic tokens.

What he said was that he will fill the coffers now and then when he announces the LUNC FPS game.

ET Monday, Terra Classic's shares were up 4.24% at $0.0002466 with a 24 hour volume of $464,766,408, according to CoinMarketCap.