OliveX, the developer of the fitness game Dustland Runner, has announced the release of the alpha version of its new learning game, Dustland Rider. Players with the Operation Ape Access Pass will receive exclusive access to missions in the alpha version of Dustland Rider.
In this game, players must connect their indoor bike with a smart trainer app on an Android phone or PC via Bluetooth. Players can complete the story missions to receive DOSE tokens and in-game items if they win.
About Operation Ape Pass
Operation Ape Pass is an NFT that provides exclusive access to Operation Ape missions in the Dustland games. It also allows you to earn DOSE tokens that can be exchanged for ApeCoins.
In the Dustland Rider alpha game, players have access to a 3-part story and a bonus trail that they can explore on horseback. In addition, the game features professional cutscene visuals and sound. Players can also loot items during the journey and explore Dustland.
Only Operation Ape Pass players will have exclusive access to the Dustland Rider alpha. You can purchase an Operation Ape Pass from OpenSea Marketplace. The current low price is $0.025ETH (about $32 at the time of writing).
How do I install and start playing Dustland Rider?
Players can easily install the game from Google Play or download it for PC from the official website. First of all, you need to register and create a Dustland account to store your rewards. After this step, you need to verify your account to start playing.
To play Dustland Rider, players need a smart bike such as Stages and Wahoo. The speed sensor on these bikes will automatically send data to the game app. To enhance the experience, players can also connect a heart rate sensor or cadence sensor.
There are 3 story-based missions in the alpha version to try out. The developers are working on the beta version which will include more courses with different maps, higher difficulty and multiple courses.
What is Dustland Rider?
Dustland Rider is the world’s first fitness-based training game developed by Dustland Rider. OliveX Studios. In Dustland Rider, players need a real bike equipped with sensors that act as the game controller. The game has four missions: Hope in Ruin, Travelling Companions, Sketching in and Exploring Kettlemine. The last three are limited access missions, which require an Operation Ape Pass to play.
Players can participate in missions with friends as this is a multiplayer game, and each mission has its own server. During a mission, players must follow a path on a screen while maintaining speed and time.
After completing a mission, players will receive DOSE tokens. The DOSE reward system will be introduced in the next phase of development of the game. In the alpha version, players receive virtual items as rewards, such as a locker, a handwritten note, a Kettlemine card, a Dustcap helmet, and more.