Agario or Agar.io — probably one of the simplest and most addictive time-wasting games on the internet right now. If you haven’t tried the Chrome browser game yet, but have heard your friends raving about it, then we’ve thrown together a beginner’s guide of everything you need to know about the game, including how to play, tips and tricks for getting ahead and where to find the best Agario extensions, cheats, skins and mods, if you wish to add them.
What Is Agar.io?
As mentioned above, Agario is a fairly simple and free browser based game (best used in Chrome) that can be found at Agar.io. The game was created by a user on Steam named M28 and released somewhere in the beginning of May. It has attracted the attention of thousands of players and even gotten the greenlight by Steam for further development.
How Do You Play Agario?
So playing Agario is fairly simple. You basically go to the web address Agar.io and select a user name. Once you select one you will land on a grid or board as a tiny colored blob. The object of the game is to consume the smaller pellets lying around to become larger, while avoiding the large blobs that, if they absorb you, equal GAME OVER man.
Once you start getting big enough you’ll actually be able to start absorbing other smaller blobs players out there all the time growing larger. So simply put, eat and avoid being eaten. The proverbial rat race at its finest.
To control the game you just need to use your mouse/track pad, the “w” key and the SPACEBAR . The mouse navigates your blob around and the SPACEBAR allows you to split your cell(s) in half and the “W” key allows you to eject mass for feeding other players, viruses or help you drop some weight to get out of a tough spot (the smaller your blob is, the faster it can move!)
Agario Strategy, Tips And Tricks