When it comes to gaming these days, there are more options out there than you can possibly cover in one – or even multiple – lifetimes. That said, some games are just better than others. Itâ€™s just a fact of life. One are that has exploded in popularity in recent years are the browser based .io games. These games, often simplified version of more complex gaming concepts, are typically accessible to anyone with a computer and an Internet connection. In this article, we will offer five of the best .io games currently on the market for you to play.
The first game on our list is, as you can imagine from its title, an entry into the popular battle royale genre. Think Fortnite or PlayerUnknownâ€™s Battlegrounds, but in simplified 2D graphics with basic colors and absolute mayhem. Landing in the battlefield, your first task is to arm yourself with something – anything – because the combat starts immediately. People will start to die before you even land and, once you do land, you gotta move or you will be next. Not the easiest game to settle into because it is so intense from the get-go, Zombs Royale is still an awesome game that any fan of the battle royale genre should give a try.
Gun Battle 2
Another battle royale title but with a different perspective than Zombs Royale, Gun Battle 2 is like a mixture between Contraâ€™s overhead levels in their SNES game and a shoot â€˜em up. Two different modes to play (Battle Royale and Team Mode) and custom games avaible. Try to defeat all of your enemies while collect cash to unlock new skins. Play Gun Battle 2 on Lagged.
Battle with other players to swallow up the environment with your own stellar anomaly in this game from Voodoo. Basically, you deploy a black hole to consume the world around you, growing it in size until it is the biggest around. Similar to Slither.io, Hole.io is probably geared a little more towards veteran gamers while the other is good for everyone. Featuring the most complicated graphics of any game on this list, Hole.io is also the most universal with ports to everything from web browsers to Android-based smartphones.