All this writing to lead up to Mope.io. Am I for real? Yeah, I’m for real. Mope.io is not only one of the fastest growing .io games these days, it’s also one of the most frequently updated and most unique.
Like Diep.io, this one features a class system, but there are no tanks here — you’re evolving an animal based on how much you’ve eaten and where you are when you’re evolving to the next level. I hope you like eating berries and chomping on other players’ tails!
Anyone who has been playing Little Big Snake for a while knows just how in-depth this game is when compared to its .io game brethren. Every animal has its own movement speed, its own types of animals it can eat (or be eaten by), and some have their own special abilities.
As it’s essentially a game of survival of the fittest, this is one of the longer options. A single play session can last a while, and if you like the game it’s an enjoyable while. You’re not just duking it out to hit the top of the leaderboard; you’re playing through multiple animal species with their own varying abilities. If you end up being able to reach the top of the food chain you’re a king of the beasts, and you’re a force to be reckoned with.
Bonkio may not have all the features of the other games in this list, but it deserves its place in the number 1 spot. It’s simple enough for anyone to get into and enjoy, in-depth enough to engage gamers from casual to core, and updated often enough not to get stale. That’s why it’s the top io game on this list — and if you’re an .io player who hasn’t checked it out yet, you should do that sooner rather than later.