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Win A Bitcoin By Being The First To Beat New Video Game

Win A Bitcoin By Being The First To Beat New Video Game

Win a Bitcoin by Being the First to Beat New Video Game Jeff Francis February 16, 2018 4:30 am A new video game, Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma, releasing on Steam will reward the first player who solves all 24 puzzles within the game a Bitcoin. Ever since video games were invented, parents would tell their children that playing them was often a waste of time. The tables have now turned as being the first to solve a new video game can win you a cool Bitcoin of your own. Of course, youll have to be really good at solving puzzles. Be the first to solve all 24 puzzles in Montecrypto & earn one #Bitcoin ! Follow & RT for a chance to win one of 10 #Steam Keys Winners randomly selected on February 20th 2018 pic.twitter.com/BkwX5o0QNb Montecrypto (@MontecryptoGame) February 15, 2018 The game in question is called Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma, and it will be released on the Steam platform on February 20th. The game will retail for $1.99, and it contains 24 puzzles for players to solve. Each puzzle unlocks a word in the 24 word key for the wallet containing the Bitcoin. You can view the actual wallet for the Bitcoin-themed video game here . The first person to solve all 24 puzzles will gain access to the wallet and can snag the crypto for their very own. As for the game itself, its a first-person perspective puzzle game. The developers have given out a first clue by linking to a Github page . The development team behind Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma is a secret. They currently go by Gem Rose Accent but say that they will reveal themselves after the game has been solved. We are trying to keep our identities secret for now. But we can say we are a group of game developers and that we had a crazy idea for a game. As huge fans of treasure hunts we took inspiration from riddle Continue reading >>

Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma

Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma

THE 24 ENIGMAS HAVE BEEN SOLVED!A team of 8 fierce players won the Bitcoin! The bitcoin was valued at $9302 when it was claimed! *ANNOUNCEMENT* THE BITCOIN ENIGMA HAS BEEN CRACKED! Hello everyone, were Corentin and Scott, the friendly folks behind Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma.As of the 24th of April 2018, we confirm that the enigma has been solved and the Bitcoin is gone! The ARG Solving Station team, consisting of 8 fierce players, were the first to navigate their way through the mysteries of Montecrypto, and they have claimed the spoils of their victory, so wed like to offer them a huge congratulations!Its been pretty amazing these past few months seeing everything youve been doing to get to the bottom of the enigma. As well as being a fiendishly difficult game, Montecrypto was also designed to be a social experiment of sorts, in a similar to Peter Molyeuxs Curiosity - What's Inside the Cube?. With Montecrypto we wanted to create a test of collaboration vs. keeping secrets. Looking at the different paths youve explored together trying to bring the experiment to its conclusion, both in terms of the sharing and the sabotage, has been pretty remarkable.So what now? Although youll no longer have the opportunity to win the Bitcoin, you will still be able to play the game and solve the enigmas of Montecrypto. The in-game feature that allows players to leave messages and clues for all to see has now been frozen, so no new messages can be added, but all those that were added before the enigma was cracked will remain.As for the story of MonteCrypto? It may not be totally over...Thanks again for being a part of this - we love you for it.- Corentin Derbr & Scott Piriou Corentin Derbr, Scott Piriou, Concrete Games, Mathieu Labelle, Tomavatars, Future Friends, Pierre Glory, Ja Continue reading >>

New Steam Game Offers One Bitcoin To First Player Who Cracks 24 Enigmas

New Steam Game Offers One Bitcoin To First Player Who Cracks 24 Enigmas

New Steam Game Offers One Bitcoin To First Player Who Cracks 24 Enigmas One bitcoin forms the prize the first winner of a new puzzle game may claim from Feb. 20. A new game offering 1 bitcoin - worth $9860 at press time - to the first player to solve its 24 puzzles will launch Feb. 20 amid rumors developers are linked to Bitcoin wallet recovery tool btcrecover. Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma will feature an in-game world players navigate in the first person, solving 24 enigmas in order to claim the ultimate prize. The game is over once a player has solved all the puzzles for the first time, while the sale price of the game will be $1.99. We are not here to advertise Bitcoin. We think it can be fun to have a Bitcoin as a prize for our game, developers write in Montecryptos FAQ . A curious addition under a subheading titled Final words? comes in the form of a direct link to btcrecovers Github repository , developers claiming it might come in handy. The project adopts a different angle on crypto-gaming compared to ongoing projects which have recently hit the headlines. Crypto Kitties, the phenomenon which took the internet by storm in December last year before dissipating, is being followed this month by a new Ethereum-based offering dubbed DEUS ETH . In that world, tokenized characters navigate a series of episodes in what developers claim is like watching Game of Thrones. Montecryptos team has meanwhile stated its wishes to remain anonymous until the winner secures the prize. Continue reading >>

New Steam Game Offers 1 X Bitcoin To Anyone Who Solves It

New Steam Game Offers 1 X Bitcoin To Anyone Who Solves It

New Steam game offers 1 x Bitcoin to anyone who solves it MonteCrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma is a new game on Steam that costs $1.99, offers 1 x Bitcoin prize to solve it MonteCrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma is going to fire up those Steam charts with its cheap entry price of just $1.99, but is giving away a single Bitcoin to whoever can solve the 24 puzzles in the game. The new puzzle game was developed by Gem Rose Collective, and launched on February 20 with a bunch of puzzles set in a maze, where once the game is complete the one and only winner walks away with one BTC, valued at over $10,000 at the time of writing. Gem Rose is very secretive right now, where they've said in their press release: "We are trying to keep our identities secret for now. But we can say we are a group of game developers and that we had a crazy idea for a game. As huge fans of treasure hunts we took inspiration from riddles like la chorette d'or (the golden owl), a statue of the owl was buried in 1993 at the same time a series of clues was published, and still nobody has solved the clues to find the owl and claim the 15kg (33lb) statue made of gold and silver". Continue reading >>

Want To Win Bitcoin (btc)? Montecrypto Game Launches Feb 20th

Want To Win Bitcoin (btc)? Montecrypto Game Launches Feb 20th

Want to Win Bitcoin (BTC)? MonteCrypto Game Launches Feb 20th Yes, you read that right it is possible to win a single Bitcoin if you can defeat a new video game that launches very soon. MonteCrypto : The Bitcoin Enigma is set to launch on Steam on February 20th. Steemis a cryptocurrency used to power the Steemit platform; a blockchain-based social media platform aimed at incentivizing users to create and curate content on Steemit. Each creatorgets rewarded for their work. Currently, there is a 40% discount if you buy the game on its release date, costing only $1.19. The game itself is a first-person viewed game, similar to that of Call of Duty. It features 24 puzzles that you have to solve while making your way through a haunted mansion. Whats cool is it allows you to play as a team or you can play just individually. Each member will be able to leave clues or lead someone off track throughout the maze for others to find. This sounds like an extremely cool game and well thought out. From what I can see, it doesnt break any of Steams rules on games. The game developers have given out an initial clue on the games FAQ page. The first clue links to a bit of code on GitHubdesigned specifically to help game players crack their Bitcoin wallet password if they only remember some of it. As the game gets closer to launch, the team behind MonteCrypto will release more clues, so check the pages source code frequently! Look for the game video at the bottom of this post! There are other ways to win Bitcoin if you didnt already know. It took someone THREE years to crack a puzzle within a painting that landed them 4.87 Bitcoins. Obviously worth a LOT more than when the painting originated. The same team behind the painting is designing a new game named Neon District and it will have 15 Continue reading >>

Did Someone Win 'montecrypto'? 'bitcoin Enigma' Game Launches On Steam, Gets Negative Reviews

Did Someone Win 'montecrypto'? 'bitcoin Enigma' Game Launches On Steam, Gets Negative Reviews

Did Someone Win 'MonteCrypto'? 'Bitcoin Enigma' Game Launches On Steam, Gets Negative Reviews A new puzzle game called MonteCrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma , which promises the first person to complete all of the games challenges a prize of one Bitcoin, officially launched Tuesday for PC on the gaming platform Steam. While the game is making a bigpromiseBitcoin is currently valued at $11,840 users have thus far been unimpressed with "MonteCrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma, writing reviews warning other players of the games many faults. "MonteCrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma" launched on Steam and will reward the first person to beat it with one Bitcoin. Photo: MonteCrypto: The Bitcoin Engima According to the games developers Gem Rose Accent the team behind the game has decided to remain entirely anonymous until someone has completed the gameMonteCrypto is filled with 24 mind-bending puzzles that gamers will have to solve in order to defeat the game and earn the Bitcoin reward. The title is a single player experience, though the developers say it is possible for players to work together with others by leaving notes that will help them solve the puzzlesor leaving red herrings that will send them down the wrong path. The creators call the game an experiment in player choice and cooperation like no other that will challenge users to solve puzzles together and be willing to split the final prize of one Bitcoin that is locked away in the games final vault. According to the early reviews of the game, it appears many players have no intention of making it far enough into the game to figure out just how much they are willing to split with their competitors. Just 45 percent of the nearly 100 reviews that have been posted for the game on Steam have been positive, with the majority of the reviews r Continue reading >>

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redditor for 4 days1 point 2 months ago edited 2 months ago This game is so difficult that the time and energy put into solving these riddles may not even be worth 1 BTC. Not to mention, you probably won't win even if you spend all your time on this because you are playing against groups of people. 2 brains is better than 1; well how about like 5 or 10 brains? If you are not working with a team, you stand no chance. There are probably groups of people working together to beat this game, especially since there is $10K+ on the line. There are also conspiracy theories: The developers know the solution and they worked hard on this game to make a profit. Therefore, they will not just give out/lose 1 BTC. They will take advantage of the situation to make the most profits for themselves. They have an opportunity to give the solution to a friend/insider so they don't lose the BTC. So the devs will profits from the sales of the game on Steam and keep their BTC. Also, the game had a massive update today. What if the devs make changes (updates) to the game whenever someone gets too close to the solution? There are also rumors going around that the game uses your computer to mine BTC in the background. Given all these reasons, is it still worth it to play this game? Continue reading >>

A New Puzzle Game Is Offering A Single Bitcoin To The First Person To Beat It

A New Puzzle Game Is Offering A Single Bitcoin To The First Person To Beat It

A New Puzzle Game Is Offering A Single Bitcoin To The First Person To Beat It A lot of game developers in the indie and single-A sector are usually desperate to get news out about their games. It's hard getting eyes on your product in an industry where everyone is competing for views. However, one developer decided to do something different by giving away a single Bitcoin to the first person who beats the game. The game is MonteCrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma from developer Gem Rose Accent, and the game launches on February 20th for PC gamers via Steam. The 3D puzzle game is designed as an adventure game for multiple players. There are 24 different puzzles to solve, and the first person to solve all the puzzles will win a real life Bitcoin, as explained on the game's Steam store page . The ramifications of this is quite significant because it means a lot of people will likely want to get their hands on an actual Bitcoin for either preservation or trading purposes. For those of you who don't know, Bitcoins are part of a crypto-currency acquired through digital mining. The crypto-currency is not easy to get your hands on, and it usually requires a beefy computational setup involving lots of GPUs , plenty of fans and an electric bill that will likely skyrocket. This has actually had the detrimental effect of causing consumer GPUs to jump astronomically in price due to the supply not being able to meet the demands of crypto-mining. Obviously, a seemingly risk-free way of getting your hands on a Bitcoin without running up your electric bill or spending thousands on GPUs is playing a game like MonteCrypto and attempting to solve the 24 puzzles in order to earn yourself one free Bitcoin. The trick is, there are other players also attempting to complete the game, and you can either Continue reading >>

Bitcoin News: Earn Free Bitcoin By Beating This Game - Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma

Bitcoin News: Earn Free Bitcoin By Beating This Game - Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma

MonteCrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma officially launched last night on Steam and has so far been met with a strong degree of apprehension from the players. On one hand gamers have praised the gimmick driving Gem Rose Accents marketing, while others have panned the game for being nigh impossible to beat. The game itself is a steampunk first-person puzzler in a similar vein to titles like The Witness or The Talos Principle. The games anonymous team of developers said: In Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma players enter a maze filled with 24 mind-bending puzzles. The first to solve them wins one genuine bitcoin! Either work alone or together, leaving hints along the way to help solve the mind-bending puzzles or slow others down by leading them to dead-ends. Bitcoin price latest: Why is BTC falling today? Will it go back down? Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma is an experiment in player choice and cooperation like no other, with a prize that translates not only to bragging rights but to real world value. How much will players be willing to share, how much will they be able to compromise and who will claim access to the final vault of Montecrypto? In a twist on the standard puzzle genre, players can pair up much like Portal 2, or join teams for faster progression through the levels. Players have the option to leave behind message bards for other players, which can contain hints or obstructions depending on each individual persons motives. The developers have pledged to reveal themselves once the first winner comes forward. The prize money of one bitcoin is currently stashed away in a crypto wallet which can be seen here . You can now buy Montecrypto on Steam with a 40 percent discount, for only 1.01 ($1.19). The first to solve them wins one genuine bitcoin! Considering one bitcoin wa Continue reading >>

You Could Win A Bitcoin By Beating This New Video Game

You Could Win A Bitcoin By Beating This New Video Game

You Could Win a Bitcoin By Beating This New Video Game If you wish you could go back in time and buy a Bitcoin when it only costs a few bucks, now is your chancesort of. A new video game (spotted by Motherboard ) is offering players a shot at winning a single Bitcoin (currently valued at just over $10,000). All you have to do is buy the game on Steam for $1.99 and be the first to beat it. MonteCrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma launches February 20 on Steam. Theres also a 40% discount if you buy it on the release date, bringing the price down to just $1.19. We dont know much about the game itself, but a handful of details have already been revealed. It uses a first-person perspective and features 24 puzzles youll need to solve as you make your way through a maze or rooms in what looks like a spooky mansion. You can play as a team or go it alone, and youll be able to leave clues (or red herrings) behind for other players to find. As far as I can tell, the game seems pretty legit and doesnt appear to break any of Steams official rules . The developers behind it do stand to make a pretty big profit, assuming they can sell enough copies. At $1.99, just 5,000 downloads would be enough to break even, though that doesnt factor in the same-day discount or the fluctuating price of Bitcoin. As an initial clue, MonteCryptos FAQ page links to to a bit of code on GitHub designed to help people crack their Bitcoin wallet password if they only remember some of it. The developers also suggest checking the FAQ pages source code for more clues while you wait for the game to officially release. Continue reading >>

New Game On Steam Giving A Bitcoin To First Person Who Beats It

New Game On Steam Giving A Bitcoin To First Person Who Beats It

New Game on Steam Giving a Bitcoin to First Person Who Beats It A new puzzle game on Steam is offering one Bitcoin to whomever can beat it first. Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma launched today for $1.99 USD. Players must navigate through a maze in first-person perspective and beat 24 puzzles to win the big crypto prize. The developers of the game issued a press release saying they plan to keep their identities under wraps until a winner emerges. We are trying to keep our identities secret for now but we can say we are a group of game developers and that we had a crazy idea for a game. As huge fans of treasure hunts we took inspiration from riddles like la chorette dor (the golden owl), a statue of the owl was buried in 1993 at the same time a series of clues was published, and still nobody has solved the clues to find the owl and claim the 15kg (33lb) statue made of gold and silver. The game allows players to work together and leave helpful hints or shady misinformation for other players to find on the path. Continue reading >>

This Puzzle Game Will Give You A Bitcoin If Youre The First To Beat It

This Puzzle Game Will Give You A Bitcoin If Youre The First To Beat It

If you love puzzle games and monetary rewards, boy have we got a treat for you. An upcoming Steam title is offering one (1) Bitcoin to the first person who finishes it. Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma, apart from having an amusing name, contains 24 puzzles which you can choose to solve on your own or with others. It also gives you the ability to leave behind clues for other players to help them out or, if youd prefer, throw them off the trail completely. Played from a first-person perspective, the game is set in a maze and judging from the trailer, looks pretty sweet graphically. The games developers, Gem Rose Collective, say once the winning player solves all 24 puzzles, they receive an actual Bitcoin and the game is over. The title is due out on February 20 and will only set you back $US1.99 ($2.51 AUD), so if you do happen to be the lucky winner, its a pretty good payoff. At the time of writing, a single Bitcoin is worth $12,747 AUD. How hard is the game, you ask? Well, they reckon its pretty easy If youre a robot. We would say its fairly simple. If you are an [artificial super intelligence], the FAQ reads. Otherwise, this game must be amongst the hardest youve ever played. Interestingly, no one knows who the team behind the game actually is.We are trying to keep our identities secret for now, they said in a press release. But we can say we are a group of game developers and that we had a crazy idea for a game. As huge fans of treasure hunts we took inspiration from riddles like la chorette dor (the golden owl), a statue of the owl was buried in 1993 at the same time a series of clues was published, and still nobody has solved the clues to find the owl and claim the 15kg (33lb) statue made of gold and silver. According to the the FAQ , the team will reveal their ide Continue reading >>

Steam Puzzle Game Offering 1 Bitcoin To The First Person Who Can Beat It

Steam Puzzle Game Offering 1 Bitcoin To The First Person Who Can Beat It

Steam Puzzle Game Offering 1 Bitcoin to the First Person Who Can Beat It A puzzle game coming out soon on Steam promises to offer a single Bitcoin to the first person who can beat it. The developers of Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma, Gem Rose Accent, will launch the $2 USD game on Steam on February 20. Players must traverse a maze in first-person and solve 24 different puzzles. The first player to finish all of the puzzles will receive one Bitcoin, which is currently worth a little over $9,800 USD. Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma Screenshots Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma Screenshots You can work with others to solve these puzzles, leave hints and clues behind for other players, or lead them down dead ends if you so choose. Motherboard reports the developers of the game want to remain anonymous until a winner is crowned. "We are trying to keep our identities secret for now," Gem Rose Accent said in a press release. "But we can say we are a group of game developers and that we had a crazy idea for a game." Gem Rose cite the infamous real-life On the Trail of the Golden Owltreasure hunt as a source of inspiration forMontecrypto.On the Trail of the Golden Owlis a French treasure hunting book published in 1993. Those who can unlock its clues and mysteries would find a buried golden owl, but it has remained unsolved all these years later. In related news, Steam has recently added updates to Steam Wishlists. You can read more about them here . Alex Gilyadov is a freelance writer for IGN. Be sure to check out his YouTube channel and follow him on Twitter . Continue reading >>

Dev Offers A Bitcoin To First Person Who Beats Their Steam Game

Dev Offers A Bitcoin To First Person Who Beats Their Steam Game

Dev offers a Bitcoin to first person who beats their Steam game By Lola at Monday, February 19, 2018 3:58:00 PM The developer of a new puzzle game on Steam is offering one Bitcoin to the first person who can solve all 24 puzzles of Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma . At the time of writing, one Bitcoin is worth R122 844 or $10 555. I find it strange that the developer wants to remain secret, and only goes by the name "Gem Rose Accent." "In Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma players enter a maze filled with 24 mind-bending puzzles. The first to solve them wins the game and gets 1 Bitcoin as a reward," reads the announcement on both the game's Steam page and official website. "Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma is an experiment in player choice and cooperation like no other, with a prize that translates not only to bragging rights but to Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma is single-player, but according to the game description, you can share clues with other players, and/or lead them astray. Anyone wants to take this challenge on and share the prize pool?! Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma launches on Steam tomorrow and is priced at $1.99. The recommended PC requirements list 10 GB hard drive space and a GeForce 470 GTX or AMD Radeon 6870 HD. Be the first to solve all enigmas and win one genuine Bitcoin! Continue reading >>

Solve This Videogames Mind-blowing Test, Get A Bitcoin

Solve This Videogames Mind-blowing Test, Get A Bitcoin

Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Beat the game, win a Bitcoin. Simple, right? Thats the premise of MonteCrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma, a PC game scheduled for release next week. The mysterious game, the latest in a long tradition of public treasure hunts, offers players the opportunity to achieve a lucrative payday if they can solve the games two dozen puzzles, that its. At its core, MonteCrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma is a first-person maze exploration game, and players will be tasked with solving 24 mind-bending puzzles. Embedded in the games files is a wallet.dat file containing the private key to an address with a 1 BTC balance. The wallet is encrypted with a 24-word seed that players will unlock once they beat the game. Only one player, however, will be able to claim the prize, and the rest will be met with an empty wallet. Although the game is single-player, users can leave messages for others to find. Will they cooperate to solve the puzzles, or will they use the feature to try to steer them off the correct path? Thats what the games creators say they want to find out. Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma is an experiment in player choice and cooperation like no other, with a prize that translates not only to bragging rights but to real world value. How much will players be willing to share, how much will they be able to compromise and who will claim access to the final vault of Montecrypto? Incidentally, the development team, Gem Rose Accent, is as enigmatic as the game itself. The company has not produced any other games under this brand, and the developers said that they will not reveal their identities until a player has claimed the 1 BTC prize. The game, which will be released on the Steam platform on Feb. 20, has a $1.99 entry Continue reading >>

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