The recently released Dookey Dash game Yuga Lab are seeing a growing number of scammers trying to boost their overall score. His ultimate goal is to be number one on the leaderboard. This guarantees the best prizes for individuals.
Yuga Labs launched its endless runner game Dookey Dash three weeks ago, promising a mysterious reward for the top scorer.To maximize their score, some players “booster” These are hired players who frequently use cheats and exploits to log into their accounts and score the highest possible score. However, these services are not cheap.
One such boost service charged players a minimum of 0.25 ETH, or $420, to record a score above 250,000, with higher scores revealing higher costs. For example, a score above 700,000 puts gamers back at a staggering 2.5 ETH, or $3,880 at press time.
Another booster service claims to charge 0.2 ETH, or $330, for scores over 200,000.
What was the Dookey Dash?
Dookey Dash started playing on January 18th and ended on February 8th. Gamers needed a sewer pass to participate, and the pass was initially only available to He Bored Ape Yacht Club or Mutant Ape NFT owners. Then play the endless runner game and the longer you stay without hitting any obstacles the higher your score. Ultimately, the pass can evolve into different rewards depending on how well the gamer has done in the game.
Scores are now frozen and Yuga Labs is set to “summon” Sewer Pass on February 15th. After that, the valid sewer pass will change to another one. Perhaps it’s his NFT in limited editions that evolve over the years.
Whether Dookey Dash scammers will be caught is debatable
However, those who have spent money to improve their scores may get a rude awakening: Yuga Labs still has to verify them, and those found cheating will be dismissed. Adam Hollander, owner of BAYC #3987, Note or “When Yuga audits, those passes will be disqualified and rendered worthless.”
However, some are skeptical that Yuga Labs can catch all the scammers. Hacker named ClearHat murmured or “Dooky Dash has been widely botted. Our team will soon be plugging in a ‘course seed’ at the start of every game to generate the exact architecture/map of the course right up to the last obstacle. I have found that it is possible and 100% undetectable. ”
before adding “If they invalidate any of the scores, it should be based on a subjective assessment of whether they ‘look’ like a bot, and that’s not a good strategy. ”
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