About .io games
Live all the excitement of multiplayer games for free in this category of .io games. Challenge your battle skills and defeat other players to win each game and achieve the highest score!
Compete against players from all over the world and climb up the leaderboard to become the best player worldwide.
In this category, you will find different .io games, each with its own gameplay, goals, and rules.
For example, you can try Impostor.io, a game inspired by the famous Among Us in which you have to knock out your enemies on an open battlefield. The more you play, the more coins you get to customize your avatar and your weapon.
Superhero.io has a similar gameplay in the sense that you also have to knock out enemies in an open field but the goal here is to collect famous Marvel characters.
In Hungry Shark Arena, it is all about the survival of the fittest. Feed your shark, eat your opponents and avoid all the bombs to be the last shark standing (or swimming in this case).
If you have a little conquerer in you, then you will love Paper.io 2 and State.io. In the first, you must increase your territory by drawing around it and avoiding other players, while in the latter it is all about strategy and controlling the number of your troops as you invade new lands.
These are only a few examples of the .io games you have available at Reludi. Take your time exploring this category and make sure to try them all to find the one that suits you best.
Strive to survive, attack to win, and have fun playing these .io games online!
The origins of .io games
Io. games can be hard to describe as there are many different types of games falling into this category. Nevertheless, they all have something in common: they are online (no installation or download required), they are free of charge and they are multiplayer.
The first .io game to pave the way to this category of online gaming was Agar.io, a simple game that had players from all over the world moving a colorful round cell around the screen, “eating” small dots to grow in size and attacking other players’ cells.
The game was such a success that it prompt its internet country code (.io, assigned to the British Indian Ocean Territory) to become synonymous with similar multiplayer games with simple graphics and gameplay.
Nowadays there is a selection of widely different games that fall under this category. To learn more about .io games and their beginnings, head to our blog to check the article "What are .io games?"