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This is VeryInsaneDude9's review about agar.io.
Agar.io is a massively multiplayer action game developed by Matheus Valadares. Players control a cell in a map representing a petri dish; the goal is to gain as much mass as possible by swallowing smaller cells without being swallowed by bigger ones. The name Agar.io comes from the substance agar, used to culture bacteria.
On 3 May 2015, Agar.io entered Steam Greenlight with Valadares planning to release a free-to-play version of the game for download. He planned to add more features to the game, including additional gamemodes, custom styling, and an account system. It was quickly approved by the community for listing on Steam.
On 8 July 2015, a mobile version of Agar.io for iOS and Android was published by Miniclip. Sergio Varanda, head of mobile at Miniclip, explained that the main goal of the mobile version was to "recreate the gaming experience players already knew and loved on web", citing the challenges with recreating the experience with touchscreen controls. Miniclip planned to frequently update the game, with Varanda saying that new features often come from feedback from fans on social networks.
The best thing about the game.
The graphics. the graphics is very colorful and you can even make your background for your cell.
Lessons we can learn
Be aware of your surroundings