Mope is a foraging/survival game set in a colourful 2d environment. You start off as a mouse and aim to make your way up the food chain through eating berries to gain xp. Your objective is simply survival, do this by progressing up the food chain and avoiding predators.
As previously mentioned you start off at the bottom of the food chain as a mouse, as you eat berries you gain xp to evolve into a different creatures. Friendly players/objects are indicated through a light green border than outlines the objects, dangerous players are indicated with a red border, make sure you avoid these players as a newbie! Although eating berries is the way to go for food chain progression it is also important to keep your water meter topped up through consuming the blue blobs that spawn around water spots.(Bigger blue blobs) Water is consumed slowly as you move around or more aggressively depleted through sprinting. Player movement is controlled through mouse movement, keep in mind that your movement can be slowed or obstructed by certain objects if they’re bigger than your character. For example when you first spawn you can not eat the mushrooms or move through them so its best to go around them. Sprinting is available in game and can be used through pressing or holding in your space bar but be aware this dose consume water to use!
The official ioGround proxy is a Chrome Extension that can be used to unblock Mope.io so you can play at school or work. The proxy is similar to a VPN extension except it's optimized for unblocking .io games and only works on ioground.com. Click the green button below to add it to Chrome.Add to Chrome
Q: Mope.io is blocked at school, are there any mope.io unblocked proxy sites that we can use?
A: Yes, there are two unblocked proxy sites for mope.io. One url is https://m0pe.io (with a zero instead of an o). And the other proxy site is https://learninganimals.club. These sites are both unblocked on my school chromebook (for now!)
Q: Did they fix the slow boosting bug? It was kind of annoying
A: Yes they did, check the changelog
Q: Did Stan Tatarnykov sell Mope.io?
A: Yes, in August of 2020, he sold it to Addicting Games. Apparently they're going to keep working on the game and add a ton of things to it.