Agar.io

Agar.io

Agar.io is one of the strangest Google Play games that we have seen. The application isn’t a large one and does not come with tons of fancy features, yet it has original gameplay and will bring you tons of fun.

This free Android game is simple, at least at first – it presents you with a home screen where you can change some settings, enter your name, read a very short tutorial, and of course, play! The idea behind the game is very simple as well, but very original – you are a small cell that must eat other cells with the ultimate goal being to become the largest cell inside the game. To do that you will have to go around and find victims or become one – there are numerous other huge cells that want to eat you as well. There’s an element of fighting when you encounter a cell that is similar in size to you but you do not stand a chance if and when you encounter a much larger cell so be really, really careful!

As to graphics and sound Agar.io offers 2D graphics (but that’s what you need, really) and almost no sound, which is okay.

All in all Agar.io is a great game – the idea behind it is very unusual and the app will bring you tons of fun for sure for no money at that too!

Agar.io is here on Google Play. You can also play Agar.io on mobile-friendly game portals like Poki.

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