It has been coming for quite some time now, but popular Bitcoin game SaruTobi is finally available to Android users. The developers have released the information earlier today, and the app can be found in the Google Play Store.
SaruTobi Finally Lands on Android
Android users all over the world can grab the SaruTobi game and install it on their device as of today. Although it is unclear as to whether or not the game is optimized for only smartphones, or works well for tablets as well. However, there is plenty of time to grab the game and test it for oneself to see.
It is important to note the Android version of SaruTobi looks and feels the same as the iOS version. Players can sling their way across the screen and collect coins, which can then be exchanged later on. Users will also be able to earn actual Bitcoin rewards, in the form of either monthly payouts or collecting tips from other players.
What is rather surprising is how the instant tips inside the game itself are sponsored by Genesis Mining, one of the world’s leading cryptocurrency cloud mining providers. It is the first time a Bitcoin company actively gets involved in this game, which may be a sign of things to come in the future.
Albeit SaruTobi is not the first example of working blockchain-based games, the app has become quite popular over the past few months. It is always good to see more companies and developers explore the mobile space as far as Bitcoin is concerned. This will help in bringing more novice users to the table over the next few years, which is always a positive note.
Last but not least, SaruTobi players on Android can use Spells of Genesis card within the game itself. This will grant extra power and bonuses in the game itself, as long as the user holds the cards in his or her IndieSquare wallet. Additionally, a link has to be established between these cards and the game account.
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