More than just JPEGs: interactive NFTs on fxhash
Most NFTs on fxhash are static, yet there are also interactive ones, as exemplified by fx_dungeon.
This article explores the most interesting interactive NFTs on fxhash that react to mouse movements, allow you to change content on the fly, or even play simple games.
Catching falling leaves is a legendary boxing exercise for speed and accuracy. Probably ninjas also trained like that because, in Little Ninjaz, you need to catch the leaves with the pointer.
The token options change the environment, the color of the ninja costume, and their sword. Do not forget to click on all the objects, as you mayl find an Easter egg.
Mini Lands are proof-of-concept 3D games inside an NFT. Here, you must chop down trees, build bridges from the boards, and explore mini-islands with decorative objects.
Actions need to be calculated: five boards fall out of each tree, and it takes from 15 to 30 of them to build a bridge. You will have to think a little to open access to all the islands.
Pong or table tennis simulator is the very first electronic game. Now you can play it as an NFT Lonely Pong.
It’s a pity, but the token does not contain either a hit counter or an opponent. Still, with each hit, the ball begins to move faster.
Gentchi is a working Tamagochi in the form of an NFT. It needs to be fed, entertained, and kept from dying. It’s like your late-nineties childhood but in your wallet.
Tiny Devices #A: Calculator
Calculator. Just a working calculator.
Among the variations, there are ordinary office ones and scientific ones with trigonometric functions. It would be cool if Apple devs finally added it to the iPad.
picocomputer is a UNIX terminal. It supports the creation of files with text or JS scripts and their execution. We checked the alert function, and it works!
Disco planet is a collection of musical records that you can twist, slow down, accelerate, and rewind. If you wanted to try yourself as a DJ but were afraid to deal with professional applications, this might be just after your own heart.
In tokens fields, there is a field; on the field, there are houses, plants, and other interactive things. You can drag and drop them however you like. From time to time, a deer runs through the field. Be very careful, as you can accidentally shoot it, and things will get sad 🙁
There are several stars on the generated sky of Ambient Landscapes: Pitch, Tempo, Variance, and others. Their position changes the parameters of the background music: the higher the pitch, the lower the noise, and the quieter the howling of the wind.
With the E button, you can make the sound change over time. It’s a great NFT for creating unobtrusive ambient music.
Finally, MetaRack is a modular synthesizer. The knobs turn, and the cables can be pulled in and out. Unfortunately, we couldn’t do any better than some creepy ambient noise, as most of us lack any experience with audio equipment effects, and those who have worked with analog synthesizers a lot weren’t even consulted (our bad).
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