Getting Started with Arcade

As you begin to use Arcade Unlimited, we're here to provide you with information to help you along your journey.
Refer to the docs below to help answer some questions about the features and functionality.

Team Games vs Player Games

Team Games

Team games in Arcade involve collaboration and collective efforts towards achieving a common team goal. Here's what you need to know about team games:

Objective: The objective of a team game is to work together with your teammates to reach the highest activities in a metric determined for the game.

Team vs Team: Team games are typically set up as team vs. team competitions. Multiple teams compete against each other to achieve the highest activities in the specified metric.

The team that achieves the highest activities in the metric will be declared the winner of the game. All individuals on a team work together to pool their activities and achieve the desired goal.

Prize Distribution: When a team wins a game, the game prize is awarded to all players on the winning team. The prize is split evenly among the team members, regardless of individual contribution. This means that even players with minimal or no activities in the game will receive an equal share of the prize.

Player vs. Player Games

Player games in Arcade focus on individual efforts and personal achievements. Here's what you need to know about player games:

Objective: In player games, each player's activities contribute to their own individual score. The objective is to accumulate as many activities as possible to increase your personal score.

Unlike team games, prizes for player games are not split between a group. Players earn prizes based on their own individual activities and score. The higher your score, the greater your chances of winning individual prizes.

While player games are not directly team-based, players can still compete with each other to achieve the highest individual scores and earn rewards.

In summary, team games in Arcade focus on collective efforts towards a team goal, with the game prize being split evenly among all team members. On the other hand, player games emphasize individual achievements, where prizes are based on individual activities and scores without being shared among a group.

Now that you understand the difference between team games and player games, you can choose the game mode that suits your preferences and start participating in Arcade's exciting competitions. If you have any further questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to our support team. Enjoy your gaming experience in Arcade!