Febbit – Review & Guide
What is Febbit
Febbit is a browser based mining simulation game in which you can earn bitcoins. This mining game is displayed in fun pixelart .The goal is to increase your mining power by upgrading chips with earned currency. Also there are a few actions that can be made to increase the output of the simulated mining. Read on the guide below to learn more about febbit and earn more with it.
On Febbit the main reward you get for playing is bitcoin. You can withdraw to faucethub when threshold of 1000 satoshi has been reached.
So first of register here if you haven’t already. When registered lets get started.
On febbit you simply mine block for rewards, these rewards are Credits and Satoshi’s. The mining is influenced by your chips, chips have various stats and improve factors that increase mining read on further for more details. Chips are gained from caches, which you can get from mining blocks or from quests. Credits is used to upgrade your chips level so the improving stats go even higher.
You automaticly mine blocks with the frog character. There are 2 actions you can do to directly improve the mining. FIrst of you can use boost for a temporary increased mining power, and every now and then you need to refill your energy so you can keep on mining. There is also a third action which lets you gather rewards. Keep in mind that if your energy reaches 0 you stop mining, so you need to update this a bit.
Every day there are quests you can do to receive extra credits, caches, dust and febbits. These quests vary from refreshing your energy, mining blocks, using boost and more. Febbit is sort of a premium currency and can be used to buy special items in the shop. And dust is used to upgrade the rarity level of chips, which I will explain below.
Chips are the most important in Febbit. There are 5 different type of chips, which all can be collected in 6 different rarity levels. Which also on top of that can have a grade which influences how strong they are.
These are all sort of chips that are available with explanation
Energy cell: This chip type will let you mine longer without needing to refresh your mining block (is called a monster in game)
Overclocker: Increases boost power, but decreases its time
Thermal regulator: Increases the boost time
Central processing unit: Simply increases your mining power.
Capacitator: Allows you to accumulate longer.
You can install 9 different chips to improve your mining stats. What chips to use depends mainly on your playstyle, you can choose to play actively or more passive. If you choose to be passive it would make sense to don’t use any chips that improve your boost but focus on capacitators and energy cells to accumulate longer. If you plan to play active make sure you improve your boost. For both playstyles Central processing unit do pretty well ofcourse.
Like I mentioned earlier there are different quality levels for chips, this is displayed with colors just like in rpg games. Green which is the lowest then lightblue, dark blue, purple, yellow, orange and red as the highest level. You can upgrade these levels by fusing chips, this requires 3 chips of the same color grade and one of them to be the maximum level. See statistics below how high the levels go and what is needed to fuse your chips.
Green: Max level 20
Lightblue: Max level 40
Darkblue: Max level 60
Purple: Max level 80
Yellow: Max level ?
Orange: Max level ?
Red: Max level ?