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Boring Ape team work! Web3 social Arcade: Land sale 4/1 launch

Yuga Labs, the NFT team that created the boring Apes, launched Apes vs.

Mutants, a mobile game for a limited time, at the end of January this year.

It was a casual, free game for all users, which caused a lot of discussion in the community.

However, the development team behind the game is now working on a full version of the game after its release.

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