You possibly have heard about the agario private server games but do not know how to play it. Needless to say, it is one of the most addictive games on the internet right now and a great way to kill your idle time. Read on to know more about the game.

What Is Agario?
It is a free browser based game which you can play from its website. It runs best on Chrome. It was released in the middle of the last year and now has millions of players playing it every day.

How To Play?
The game is easy to play and you need to start from the page Agar.io, the game’s website. Choose a username and as you select one, you would land on a board or grid as a tiny and colored blob. You need to consume the smaller pellets and become larger by avoiding the larger blobs as if they consume you, you lose the game.

As you start becoming larger in size, you would be able to absorb the blobs that are smaller than you. So, the aim of the game, eat and do not get eaten.

The game is easy to control and you can do so with the help of your mouse or trackpad and the keyboard (only the spacebar and ‘w’ key). Use the spacebar to split the cells into half and the mouse to navigate through the grid. You need to use the ‘w’ key to eject masses to feed viruses and players to just to get rid of some weight so that you can pass through a tough spot. Remember, the smaller you are, the faster you can move.

Tips and Tricks to Keep In Mind
In order to survive longer in the game, make use of the following tips:

– When you have just started and you are small, hide behind virus to prevent getting being eaten
– Get ahead by pushing your opponents to the corners and edges of the grid and eventually eating them
– Viruses split larger blobs into pieces and you can take this advantage to split your opponents shoot using the ‘w’ key 7 times towards the direction of virus and as it encounters the blob (your opponent), it would cut it down in size
– Make sure to split in sizes when you become huge to improve your speed

Use these tips to secure a good score and keep moving forward in the game.

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