The browser game phenomenon comes to iOS!
Play online with players around the world as you try to become the biggest cell of them all!
Control your tiny cell and eat other players to grow larger! But watch out: players bigger than you will be trying to make you their lunch. Survive and eat long enough to become the biggest cell in the game!
With new controls developed especially for touchscreens, agar.io offers the same addictive gameplay that millions have already enjoyed on PC. Play online in free-for-all action and use splitting, shrinking and dodging tactics to catch other players - or avoid them! Use a variety of special secret skins with the right username!
- Agar.io offers weekly subscriptions at USD $7,99. Price may vary depending on sales, taxes and countries.
- Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
- Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
- Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period
- Subscriptions may be managed by going to the Account Settings after purchase and auto-renewal may be turned off
- Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable
Terms and Conditions: https://m.miniclip.com/terms-and-conditions
* Introducing Orangutan Season, arriving 7 August 2021
- Collect banana tokens in any arena and in potions to unlock rewards galore
- Buy the Golden Pass to take Orangutan Season to the next level for super exclusive rewards and skins
Ratings and Reviews
Great game, but a few small problems
First of all, this is a great game. It is very addicting and you will always have that “ just one more game” feel to it, and I promise you will. It is very satisfying to get in first place, and very frustrating when you die. I do have one large problem with it though, macro players. If you do not know what this is, it is when people buy or get an extension on the game which allows them to shoot out mass at a very fast rate, and gives them a huge advantage over non-macro players. I think miniclip should add a permanent way to get macro, because it is not fun for the players that do not have macro. I myself am non-macro because I cannot find out how. There are extensions but all are from websites that require your email and password, and I am not willing to do that. There is a way to get it in game, but you have to de-update the game and I cannot figure out how. Miniclip should make it permanent so that when you hold down the mass button it shoots out faster that clicking it over and over and over. This would solve a lot of problems in-game, and make the experience better for everyone. If you can’t beat’em join’em
Okay, please consider these suggestion. Thanks.
Honestly, I’ll start off by saying you really tried on this game.
You took a chance, and risked with it. Most people like playing PVP games, so I think this is genius. Truthfully, I love the common function. You don’t have to make updates, all you have to do is program the game properly to be able to switch seasons, or you could also just keep it on one, but program the game where it is able to change once you have collected all of the rewards. Although I have had some lagging issues, they are understandable, and anyone else who might be dealing with this issue, all you have to do is disconnect your WiFi connection. I’ve found many skins that I enjoy, I wish you could take a picture and pay a decent amount of DNA for it. Although, you could also add giveaways that you could join, on a particular day and or time.
May I ask a question, why do you have it where some people can shoot bunches of mass at once, but however other people can only shoot out about 1-2 pieces at a time? I was wondering about that, mainly because it really bothers me that some can do that, but others can’t. Also, I am glad the game is secure, whenever you start exploring software, and data of the game it kicks you out.
Thank you for reading all of this, please respond and consider my few suggestions, I’m sorry if I sounded rude or discontent in any way.
Cheaters and teamers with nonsense
So I have been playing for around 3 years but every year I stress delete the game cause it’s not fair people team up on you without being in party they just fire mass in to them randomly and sometimes they team and to get that they will go to extreme measures to do so they will follow them and wait till they can barely not eat the guy and when that the people who have been following them become cruel and feed them every piece of mass they can just cause there’s a chance they will team with them it ruins the fun and this is not rare it happens all the time around 2 times each match. That’s all for teamers now for hackers some have macro a super speed mass shooter that you developer’s deleted and now people look up website’s to do it so they have a huge advantage over normal player’s they almost instantly throw their mass to main target and that makes teaming even worse and I think you should add it back so we won’t be at an unfair advantage and don’t try to patch it cause it won’t work even the most safe games get hacked please do this it would help a lot I will check every week to see if you respond. Please and thank you
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- Miniclip SA
- 113.6 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish
- Age Rating
- 9+Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- © 2015 Miniclip SA
- In-App Purchases
- Pile of Coins $4.99
- Agar.io 7-days Subscription $7.99
- Wallet of Coins $9.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.
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Agar.io is a game from the genre massively multiplayer online game developed by Matheus Valadares. On July 8, 2015, Miniclip published an Android and iOS version. The name “Agar.Io” comes from the binder agar and the top-level ‘ac’.
Agar.io is a free-to-play multiplayer strategy game that was released earlier this year. In the game, you take the role of a cell in a petri dish and you must expand your mass by eating other players while at the same time you must avoid being eaten by others. The game was originally released for the browser but is now also available (with optimized touchscreen controls) for iOS (from 6.0) and Android (since 2.3.3). Is listed in the Google Play Store that contains the game in-app purchases with a price between $1.99 and $99.99 per item.
Agar.io consists of three entities:
- Pellets, or food, are distributed randomly across the map. It can eat the player that increases its mass.
- Cells are controlled by each player. The player can only swallow cells that are smaller than his, which can be done directly or through a split. The larger the cell, the slower it moves.
- Viruses can also split larger cells into many pieces. Smaller cells can hide behind it to protect against the larger cells. The player also has the option to send a virus to another cell.
Agar.io was first announced on the internet forum 4chan on April 28, 2015, by Matthew Valadares, a Brazilian developer who was 19 years old at the time. Valadares later added new features to it, such as a points system. And an “experimental-mode” for the testing of experimental features.
On July 8, 2015, a mobile version for iOS and Android was published by Miniclip.
The game received positive reviews mainly because of its simplicity. The mobile versions, however, was more critical. The game was soon in the list of the 1,000 most visited Web sites, mobile versions have been downloaded more than ten million times during the first week.