Agar.io

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Agar.io review

Professional Critic
Alise Green

Agar.io review

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Survive if you’re fit! Play Agar.io online with gamers from all corners of the globe and try swallowing them to become the largest cell of all!

Agar.io enables you to control your tiny cell around a room and eat other gamers to grow larger! But you also need to be careful not to get swallowed by players bigger than you. 

Survival and active preying are the keys to staying alive and growing bigger in this game.

Key Features of Agar.io

  • Play With Other Gamers: Agar.io is a massive online multiplayer meaning you always have an opponent to play against. You can visit the leaderboard using the button top right of the screen. Currently, the game is accessible in 4 modes: Free For All, Experimental, Teams, and Party.

  • Simple Design and Layout: The game has a user-friendly interface. Nearly everyone who comes across it can play it. It could be your favorite game if you love “easy to learn and master” games. 

  • Small Download Size: Agar.io does not use up much space and data which makes it an excellent pick for those with nearly all kinds of devices form old, midrange, to low-range gadgets.

  • Non-stop Action: The game is easy to grasp and features no timers, or hours of energy bars that hinder you from gaming when you want.

  • Easy Game Controls: Agar.io for mobile features new controls to provide better gaming than the PC version.

Gaming Experience — An Intro to Agar.io

This is ultimately one of the easiest games to play with gameplay comparable to Osmos HD.

It kicks off with as a tiny or minute cell that just floats around the gaming board to collect little cells. The more cells you swallow, the bigger you grow — and you become more powerful too. Players can either split, shrink or move to swallow or avoid other players. 

One Downside to Watch Out For 

Agar.io has no sounds. The game would definitely be more fun if the chase-and-eat actions were accompanied by sounds. But for now, chasing, dodging and chewing are all silent moves.

Android and iOS Compatible

The game requires Android 4.1 and up. You can also install and play it on your iOS 8.0 or later.

Wrap up

Agar.io is really a simple way to pass the time and competition is cut-throat so you do not have to be bored as you await something or someone to chase and eat.

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