Experience the whole evolution process in the Mope IO - brand new IO game inspired by famous Agario! Unlike Agario and other popular IO games like Slitherio or Paperio, in this cool game your character won't only grow, but will also change it's appearance and acquire new abilities. In Mopeio all players are animals, which eat berries, spawn and other players in order to grow and survive as long as possible. You start off at the bottom of the food chain as a land or a water animal (mouse or shrimp), as you eat and drink water, you gain experience, which is needed to evolve into a different creature. The more you evolve, the more varied becomes your diet and the more useful abilities you acquire, for instance, pigs can slide in mud, lions can roar, penguins can slip on ice and dragons can fly!
There is an established foodchain in Mopeio: animals you can eat don't have to be smaller like in other IO games, they must have a lower level. Friendly players/objects are indicated through a light green border that outlines the objects, dangerous players are indicated with a red border, make sure you avoid these players as a newbie! Land animals can eat water animals and vice versa, altogether there are 3 fields in Mope IO: water, land and arctic snow. Once a water animal enters the land field, it's water level will be quickly dropping, if it reaches 0 your animal will die. The arctic snow area is only safe for some high evolved animals.
How To Play MOPE IO
To control your animal and make it move you just need to move your mouse and the creature will follow the cursor on the screen. To escape the enemy or chase the victim you can accelerate by pressing left mouse button. To dive or use your special ability press W. In Mopeio you can also chat with other players, press ENTER to start a conversation.
MOPE IO Strategy, Tips & Tricks
Stick around with bigger animals that don't hunt you, thus other dangerous animals won't be able to get close to you.
While running from a predator don't forget to use some objects in your surrounding to escape; for example, if the predator is too big to squeeze through the gap between 2 hills, or if you can traverse through mud quickly.
Hide in a hole and wait until an unsuspecting predator ambles by, and then you strike! When leaving a hole, you are still invisible for a bit even if your mouse cursor is out of the hole.