IO Games are some of the most competitive games ever. With easy-to-learn mechanics and fast onboarding, they allow players to instantly compete online against thousands of other players. These games also offer amazing opportunities for collectibles (skins and other goodies) as well as in-game economy. All these make them a perfect fit on the Litemint platform.
I published my first IO Game, PIE.AI, back in 2017. Besides being the only strawberry jam-filled multiplayer game in the world, PIE.AI can boast having entertained over 3 million players which have accumulated a total of 404,690 hours of gameplay (that’s 46 years of pie-eating action)!
Needless to say, IO games will be a major component of our Instant Games platform and I am announcing here that the development of a brand-new IO game, LITEMINT.IO, has already started. Stay tuned!
PIE.AI has now been integrated to Litemint so head over to the Games section and get ready to compete against a horde of hungry players.
Here are a few additional notes before I let you go:
- The leaderboards have been improved for the occasion and you can choose any fancy name in PIE.AI, your score will still be associated to the Litemint Gamer ID that started the game, be creative!
- Universal syncs allow you to keep your progress between all your devices. Simply import your account to Litemint and start the game to find all your progress restored.
- PIE.AI Team mode scores do not count toward the daily draw, so make sure you are playing in FFA mode during the promotion period.
An Open Source Project
Development on Litemint happens directly on the GitHub repository and external contributors are welcome to send pull requests which will be reviewed and discussed.
Founder at Litemint. Developer with 10+ years of experience working for financial firms BGC Partners and Crédit Lyonnais Bank (Crédit Agricole) in London and Paris. Honorable Mention Prize Winner at the 2014 Linux Foundation & Samsung Tizen App Challenge. Co-founder of Israeli-based video game company Massive Games. Founder of award-winning UK-based studio Okijin and Magnetwork.