Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma: Win 1 BTC Crypto Game?
Have you ever wished you could go back and buy Bitcoin when it was dirt cheap? Maybe back when it was only a few dollars a coin – well, with this new video game, you may have your chance. It’s giving players the opportunity to win a single Bitcoin, currently priced around $10,000 each. All you need to do to enter the contest is buy the game on Steam and be the first player to complete it.
About Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma
MonteCrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma as it’s so aptly called, will launch on Steam February 20th. There will be a 40% discount if you purchase it on the date of release, making it only $1.19.
Not a whole lot is known about the game as of now, but some details have been released about it. What we do know is that the game functions in a first-person perspective and has twenty-four different puzzles that you need to solve in order to make your way through it.
There are multiple rooms with mazes and other traps of sorts, all set in an ultra-spooky mansion. You can play solo mode or choose to work together with a team. You’ll be able to leave clues to follow or red herrings (misleading clues) behind for other teams and solo players to find.
As far as it looks, the game actually looks legit and very well done. It doesn’t seem to break any of the official rules of steam either. The developers of the game stand solidly behind it and are looking to make a massive profit, that is if they sell enough products, we’re assuming they will. Copies of the game are only $1.99 and only 5,000 downloads would be enough for the team to break even. That doesn’t factor in the same day discount however, or the volatile, fluctuating price of Bitcoin.
Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma Conclusion
As an initial clue for the game, Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma’s frequently asked questions page links to a source code located on GitHub that is designed to help people crack the wallet password of the team and get their Bitcoin.
The developers make the suggestion of looking the FAQ page over thoroughly for source code, where you can likely find more clues to help complete the game while you sit patiently waiting for the game to be released and your chance to win a $10,000 Bitcoin give or take a few thousand dollars most likely.