Use your imagination in this simple but fun game! Agar.io focuses on the battle between cells. Put Darwin’s survival of the fittest to the test.
More than 150 years ago, Charles Darwin established the “Survival of the Fittest” theory to explain the force that drives evolution into a specific direction. Now simplify the concept to the world of microorganisms and cells and you end up with the game concept of Agar.io!
When you first delve into the browser game, you will most likely not understand what the hype is all about. But be patient, as it will not take more than a few minutes before you are completely addicted to the simple gameplay. You are a small colorful circle that moves on a white battlefield featuring a fine grid – think of your regular paper block that you would use to do your math homework. Sprinkled across the map, you find small, colorful dots. These are your first source of food in Agar.io. Eat as many as you can by moving your cell over them. You will automatically incorporate them into your body. This holds true for the entire game. Anything that is smaller than you can be swallowed by your cell by moving over it. Unfortunately, that also means that you can be easily swallowed by other bigger cells.
Think of Agar.io as the simplest and most straightforward survival MMO imaginable. Each game features various cells that are all controlled by individual players. Each player’s goal is to become the largest cell. As you move around, you try to incorporate as many of the colorful sprinkles and smaller players to grow. At the same time, you have to be aware of bigger cells that can quickly become dangerous. There are two moves that you can perform in Agar.io to improve your chances at winning. Pressing “W” allows you to eject some mass and the space bar allows you to split. When you split part of your cell dashes forward swallowing any smaller circle in its path. Use these moves to constantly grow bigger.
Agar.io forces you to be on your feet at all times. Green circles with a spikey membrane are scattered across the map. When big cells swallow these viruses, they will divide into various smaller versions making them hunted prey by other players.
06/29/2015 06:11 am - Agar.io – There’s been quite the full-fledged hype on the internet surrounding this simple browser game. It all started around the time that big Youtubers and streamers such as PewDiePie began playing this – shall we say – survival-esque game. It did...more
06/30/2015 05:51 am - We have shared our two cents on Agar.io; we have given advice on how to succeed as a small cell, as a mid-sized cell, and as a giant. We can’t help but go back again and again into the browser game, just to see how far we will get this time. Yesterda...more
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07/09/2015 10:12 am - A new game update has hit the addictive browser game Agar.io today. In the past, it was not very easy to specifically play together with friends and family. Each player was allocated to a specific map. Now, it is easier than ever to eat your friends!...more
06/23/2015 04:46 am - Sure, I’m jumping on the bandwagon, but you know what? It’s a fun bandwagon and I am happy to be on it. Everyone is streaming it. Everyone is writing about it. Everyone is obsessed about it. Agar.io – the simplest MMO of all time. I have played a lot...more