• BinaryX announces upcoming release of space-building simulation game, Project Matthew.
• Players take on the role of landlords to build extraterrestrial cities and recruit robot armies for battles.
• BinaryX is offering a Closed Beta Test with registration starting 13 Mar, 9 PM UTC+8.
BinaryX Announces Upcoming Release Of Space-Building Simulation Game
Chainwire BinaryX announced today the upcoming release of a space-building simulation game, Project Matthew. The team just released the trailer video which gives a first look at the game, and is also opening registration for their Closed Beta Test happening soon.
Project Matthew Overview
Project Matthew is an upcoming space-building simulation game developed and published by developer BinaryX. The goal of the game is for players to build their own extraterrestrial cities, by setting up industrial production lines that produce resources for further development. Players are given an NFT plot to start their city, and they can build different types of helper robots that will contribute different skills to scavenge, battle or explore new territories to develop their city.
Virtual Army Recruitment And Battle Challenges
Players can recruit a robot army with different skills and abilities in order to challenge enemies on the battlefield to earn massive rewards. The battlefield is divided into different levels of difficulties, each with greater rewards than the last.
Exploration For Rewards & Resources
Exploring outer space is one of the primary ways to obtain rewards and resources in Project Matthew. There are neighboring planets as well as faraway places waiting to be explored and discovered by players.
Closed Beta Test Opens For Registration
BinaryX is kicking off the launch of Project Matthew with a Closed Beta Test where users can register from 13 Mar, 9 PM UTC+8 until 20 Mar 6 PM UTC+8 (Windows users only). To learn more about Project Matthew before registering, watch the official trailer linked below!