History of io games
The IO game type all started with the release of a madly addicting game called agar.IO (which is probably inspired by another game called “Osmos”). Agario grew so fast that he saw hundreds of thousands of players around the world in months. It was a very interesting style that made the IO game so unique. Unlike most browser games in the past, it was designed to be played in a full-screen browser window and is completely multiplayer. This has set the framework for many .IO games will hit the web in the coming months.
Copyright io games
After finding the first few popular IO games, I tried to find more. Unfortunately, without a list, it was really hard to find them. So I decided to build my own list. I put together all the titles I could find, and many useful users shared new with me. From then on, I was on a mission to advance the IO movement.
You will find that the games listed on this site are similar to the common style and theme mentioned above. The purpose of the list is to bring this great pose .IO games usually go unnoticed from time to time. This means they are hosted on all separate sites because they have all independent games. I'm here! So, be sure to support the games and bookmark this site. (Ctrl-D) I try to keep it up to date with new IO games every day, so make sure I check back from time to time. Enjoy!