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Blockergame is probably one of the most feature rich IO style games I have seen so far. It mixes in simplistic IO Game style game play with a more traditional RPG style. You start the game with a choice of classes and team color. Each class comes with its own weapon/skill. My personal favourite is the necromancer but there are serveral classes in total to choose from.

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How to play As with most RPG games, you hack and slash your way through enemies, collecting coins along the way, you can use these coins in shops to buy new weapons and other cool items. Shops aren’t that easy to find however, you have to work a little in order to get to them (I wont spoil how to find shops).In true RPG style this game has a few bosses running around. They are easy to spot out due to their difference in appearance so they shouldn’t be too hard to find, simply put you will know them when you see them. I haven’t yet managed to kill one yet however I have come across a few and ran proudly. The main aim of the game is to capture and hold the little castles whilst competing against the other teams.

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The advent of IO games can be traced back to the one game that started it all: Agar.io. In it, you eat, and you grow, and you eat some more, and you grow some more, consuming anything that’s smaller than you, including players. It’s a lot like another similar game, Osmos, only Agar.io was free, and multiplayer. You joined a room with dozens of other players who were all trying to grow, and eat, and consume each other in an effort to become the biggest blob possible. If you died, you had to start all over. The game became wildly popular, and it has now spawned hundreds of other IO games, some are quite similar to Agar.io, some aren’t, but they all follow a similar format. They’re all free, and they’re all multiplayer. more all math games

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As Agar.io’s popularity grew, IO games began to pop up every few days, especially since many of them were so simplistic in nature. It quickly became difficult to keep track of every IO game out there. That’s why this site was created: To give intrepid IO game players a place to sift through all that’s available and find the next one they want to devote an afternoon getting lost in.. More miniclip games