Video: Eurogamer plays Agario

There's always a bigger blob.

Right. Yes. It's a bank holiday in the UK and I should probably be using this extra time to play some more of The Witcher 3, right? That's a big ol' game and those monsters won't slay themselves. But the thing is, I've been playing a free-to-play, web browser game instead. It's called Agario and it's really quite good.

Do you remember that cell stage from Spore? It's the one that has you swimming around in some kind of primordial soup, looking to eat anything and everything that's smaller than you are. Well Agario is exactly that, but presented as a multiplayer experience.

Want to know what that looks like? Find out for yourself, or join me in the video below:

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Chris is the host of People Make Games, a crowdfunded YouTube channel that tells cool stories about video games and how they're made.


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