Agario is a fun viral game where you play a cell that has to eat other cells and pellets smaller than you. Join the Agario world then divide and conquer.
When you eat them, you will start to grow. But watch out for cells bigger than you, as they’ll swallow you whole. There’s also a similar game called Slither, which we have on our sister site M&C.
The controls are Mouse to move, Space to split your cell (when you’re large enough), and W to eject a small amount of mass.
Agario is best played in fullscreen.
The aim of the game, also known as agar.io, is to become the biggest blob. Start off by eating the small different-colored pellets. Then, when you’re big enough, try and gobble up other players who are smaller than you.
However, the bigger you get the slower you become making it more and more difficult to keep up with blobs you’re trying to eat. One way to catch them is to use the Spacebar to split in the direction of the smaller cell. Part of your cell will be launched in their direction, and hopefully eat them up. Problem is, there’ll now be too of you. Is it better to stay as one, or split into more than one? That is the eternal question.
Using special nicknames such as ‘Doge’ will give you special skins. By giving other players a small bit of your mass by pressing W you can show them that you want to team up with them in an alliance (basically an agreement that you won’t eat each other).
One other thing: are also viruses in the game with pointy sides which if hit will split your cell into several smaller cells. Good luck!Arnie Wide updated this game on 07 Oct , 2015.
Our Agario ReviewEasily one of the best time-wasters on the web right now, and rightly so. Any game that spawns innumerable spinoffs is always going to have something going for it. What makes Agario so popular? We presume it's something to do with the human spirit and our desire to become all powerful. Or it could just be because it's a super simple game, you get to play other people live and it's, well, fun.
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