Agario is an ultra-competitive browser game. Players control one or many circular cylinders on a flat web page representing a petri dish through the use of mouse and keyboard movements. The circular cylinders start out at the bottom of the screen, moving up when you move your mouse cursor over them, and then return to their starting positions as you move your mouse cursor over them. The goal of the game is to make as much food as possible while avoiding all the enemies who are always trying to seat you.
If you've played the original Agario game, you know that it is played with a browser-based interface - you click on one of the circular cylinders and it opens up the game. In the new version of Agario, you will also be able to play the game using the Flash plug-in for Firefox. The great thing about the latest version of Agario is that it also has 100% free game replays that you can access from the main menu. You can literally take a break from the activity on the main menu and play some quick rounds of flash arcade action to relieve stress, loosen up your muscles, and enjoy some good old fashion internet fair.
A popular strategy with the developers of Agario is to use the W key and the S key at the same time to make a bouncing ball. You can do this by clicking on the bouncing ball icon that appears in the upper-left corner of the game window. Once you have done this a spherical blob similar to the one used in the original Agario will start to move across the screen. The simplest way to defeat an opponent is to break their sphere by pressing the space bar whilst they are still in their sphere; however, because frogs are really fast moving, this strategy may not always work.
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