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What happened to .io games?

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  1. Very well explained! Edit- Also the interview had me laughing all the way lol

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  4. Interesting vid. Yeah with agar, Miniclip is just milking it for money now (especially on the mobile version. Which I don't play) No significant updates since battle Royale was added, and bots are a big problem that pros abuse to easily climb the ladder. Another interesting problem with it is that there's no ranking system, the pros get so good that new players don't even get a chance anymore as they're placed against people who have been playing for years and have mastered the game, and still are continually getting better. Thus they quit before they develop any skill as it has become a insurmountable task to get too much skill. So as the pros quit, the player base diminishes.

    Great vid! Really enjoyed watching it

  5. Your videos are really good but nobody knows you, this is top tier content dude

  6. top quality content right here. epic mega juicer content for everyone

  7. I like that you've looked into this so much, and even studied the opinions of the average fan.
    If you research more into this, you should do a "10 Commandments of good .IO game making" (or smth) video. I'd love to see a resurgence of .io games with less scummy monetization and more depth.

  8. This video was so good 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

  9. IMO The main reason .io games died out is because game applications (e.g. Algodoo, Minecraft, Fortnite, Subnautica, Call of Duty, etc.) have become more popular. That means that game apps are stealing the players from .io games, thus decreasing their popularity.

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