SnailFarm 2 is a competitive idle game on the Ethereum blockchain.
Buy snails with ether, then hatch their eggs to get more snails until you can reach the coveted position of Snailmaster. Eggs can also be bought or sold for ether, directly to the contract. Several boosters are available to hatch more snails at once.
For a more passive playstyle, buy acorns from the ethertree and redeem them for ether later.
All ether spent on the game is split between the snailpot and the treepot. The snailpot can be claimed by whoever reaches the Snailmaster title. This snailpot also governs egg price on the market. The treepot is an extra fund any acorn holder can claim their share of, by selling their acorns.
Eggs can be bought and sold directly to the contract. Their price varies on the number of eggs available on the market, as well as the current snailpot. It costs twice as much ether to buy eggs as to sell them.
The price of an acorn is equal to the treepot divided by the total number of acorns. This price can only grow over time.
Acorns are initially purchased at a loss. When the snailpot is below the previous snailpot (like at the beginning of a new round), 3 acorns can be bought for the price of 4. When the snailpot is above the previous snailpot, 1 acorn can be bought for the price of 2.
Once you reach a certain amount of snails, you can claim the Snailmaster title. Doing so entitles you to 20% of the current snailpot. However, most of your snails perish in the process (90%).
When someone becomes the Snailmaster, a new round starts. The requirement to be Snailmaster starts at 100,000, and rises by 100,000 times the previous round number with every new round.
The number of starting snails new players get increase proportionally.
The SpiderQueen, the SquirrelDuke and the TadpolePrince can be obtained to boost your hatch size. Each of them adds an extra batch of snails to your hatch (for example, if you hatch 100 eggs and own the Duke and the Prince, you get 100+100+100 = 300 snails).
Boosters are unique "hot potato" items. Once you buy them, someone else can buy them from you for a higher price. The SpiderQueen requires a sacrifice of 80 snails initially, and doubles with each new flip. The SquirrelDuke requires a sacrifice of 1 acorn initially, and also doubles with each new flip. The TadpolePrince costs 0.02 eth initially, and this cost rises by 20% with each new flip.
The previous Tadpole holder gets 110% of his ETH back when the Tadpole is flipped. Previous Spider and Squirrel owners do not get anything back on a flip. Booster requirements are reset to their minimum with every new round (Snailmaster).
This game requires Metamask