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10 Games Like Agar.io
Agar.io is one of the most incredibly popular IO games in existence. It was created by Matheus Valadares, and its creation gave rise to the massive popularity of the game itself as well as the creation of others.
This game is highly competitive as it is highly enjoyable. It is a multiplayer online game after all!
As for the rules, you have to control this cell on the screen and survive for as long as you can. Absorbing smaller cells make you bigger. And the bigger you are, the more cells you can absorb. You can eject mass or split into smaller cells—the strategy is up for you to decide. Just remember: If you grow gigantic and hold it for the most amount of time, you are the winner!
This game is so addicting you might not drop it for awhile--or at least until you get sick of losing. But yeah, that's what makes it enjoyable. You compete and you have fun--this is the ultimate goal!
And so, with this game all over the web, it's rather natural that you'll be searching and craving for more. Hence, the creation of this list! From here on out, the games like Agar.io are for you to behold, play, and enjoy!
Agar.io Alternatives You Can Play
Developed by Steve Howse, Slither.io is a multiplayer online game that is so similar to Agar.io you’ll instantly notice the resemblance the moment set your eyes on it. Why is that? Well, for starters, the game has the same formula. You control an object—a slithering creature in this game—and try to become big by devouring glowing orbs.
The only difference? It’s a slithering creature you control in this game and not a cell. Also, the only way you can lose is by colliding with other slithering creatures, turning you into a linear mush of glowing orbs in the process.
It’s time for another survival game, but this time—it’s all about shooting because you’re a tank! You heard that right! You are not a blob in Diep.io. Instead, you’re a tank who is hell bent on shooting, leveling up, upgrading, and ultimately surviving.
In this online game, you try to shoot obstacles and other tanks to level up. Once you level up, you get to upgrade your tank according to your preference. You can get more firepower, speed, penetration, health, and much more. There’s but one goal: annihilate everything and become the most upgraded and most powerful tank!
At first look, you might think that Dogar is practically the same thing as Agar.io, and you’re not totally mistaken because it sure is—with a little bit of difference though.
Dogar is pretty much an Agar.io look-a-like. The difference? Memes are incorporated into the cells. Meaning, memes are after you in this game! Plus, there’s a selection of weapons and power-ups you can pick up from the stage. You can also dish everything you’ve got with allies and foes.
With more capabilities and functionality, Dogar is something that you can play for a slight change of pace in enjoyment.
As the name suggest, Biome3D is a step above Agar.io—it’s in 3D! Agar.io is in 2D and Biome3D is in 3D. That makes all the difference! But technically, they’re just the same game. They just differ in graphics.
You’ll enjoy Biome3D just as much but with a certain degree of unfamiliarity. But overall, it’s fun, a breath of fresh air, and a great alternative for when you find yourself too tired of the 2D environment of Agar.io. This one's in 3D so get over and above 2D already and play!
5. Circle Game
Created by zazub, Circle Game is a game that is all about eating smaller circles and avoiding bigger circles. Sounds very familiar, right? Well, it is familiar! But this time, instead of competing with other online players, you get to play by yourself.
There are no other players here. It’s just you, your circle, and a bunch of other randomly generated circles. With precise controls, you should try your best to eat all the smaller circles and avoid the bigger circles. The more you eat, the bigger you become. And the bigger you become, the more you can eat!
Osmos is an app game created by Hemisphere Games on the iOS and Android platforms. It is so beautifully made and well-crafted it’ll figuratively blow you away. In this game, you play as a mote in a big galaxy of motes trying to absorb other motes and ultimately surviving.
In Osmos, it’s absorb or be absorbed! Be very careful in this game because there are antimatter particles, gigantic predators, and crazy levels out to extinguish the life from your mote. Also, be wary of ejecting because while it propels you to go anywhere you wish, you also run the risk of shrinking your mote.
As its name sounds, Mitosis is another one of those cell games where you scramble across the board trying to eat cell fragments (telomeres, chromosomes, or whatever) and other cells to grow and dominate everything. As you eat, you get bigger in size. And the bigger you are, the more cells you can eat.
I know, it’s yet another very similar game. But that’s what you’re here for, right? Well, this one has fancier graphics and details so you might as well play it.
8. Vertix Online
Vertix Online is not made of circles, blobs, cells, worms, or even snakes. It’s made of human characters—with guns! Mind you, this does not, in any way, pale in comparison to Agar.io. As a matter of fact, it is just as much competitive!
In order to win, you gotta shoot all enemies (other players) and rack up on points. Yes, this game’s crazy about shooting and gunning everything! There are lots of weapons and modes to choose from so just shoot away!
Supersnake.io, from the name itself, means that you’re going to be a snake in this game. Yes, the mechanics aren’t too original but they still work.
With this one, you make your snake consume dots and other snakes. As you consume, you grow bigger. And as you grow bigger, you grow stronger! That’s it. Now, be careful with bumping the walls and eating your own tail because you’ll definitely regret it if you do. Heed thy advice!
There’s not much difference between Nebulous and Agar.io. Its tagline goes: “Big things eat little things,” which is not, in any way, different from Agar.io.
In Nebulous, you play as a cell. Then, with your cell, you go around the galaxy eating smaller objects and other smaller players. By the end of the day, your goal is to become the biggest cell and maintain your size for as long as you possibly can.
This is a great alternative if you’re just fooling around with all your time in the world. After all, there’s nothing to lose in trying it. It's definitely a game that must be tried!