I'm so sorry that you are going through this right now. I want to help. I have also DMed you. Please, please remember that
Your feelings are valid and it is absolutely normal for you to be feeling lost. There is nothing "wrong" with you for feeling this way. What you're going through can be addressed, and returning to a safer headspace is possible. I don't know you IRL but I care about your wellbeing, and so do your family and friends. I have some suggestions for you below:
You are doing the right thing by looking for help. Help does exist and people do care. Again, my DMs are open.
That's likely from a galactic impact that occurred billions of years ago. It's known that the Milky Way has absorbed at least one galaxy large galaxy, and probably thousands more on it's crash course to wherever the hell it's headed, like the longest, slowest game of https://agar.io/ imaginable.
Based on Agar.io.
Lastest version: 0W6BP
WS is faster than socket.io (which happens to also offer polling fallback for non-WebSocket clients) but they both accomplish the same task. Both are capable of real-time communication, and the biggest limiting factor is likely network and CPU overhead, not the WebSocket abstraction layer. Agar.io is not a high-performance game. Having a working game is sometimes more important than slower development as hardware is cheap (compared to time). Professional game backends use lower-level languages, not Node.js in the first place.
It's not so much a rebrand as the cable company version of agar.io the biggest blobs eat the smaller blobs and if they can stay alive long enough they stay at the top of the scoreboard, otherwise they get broke into pieces.
hey, thanks for your reply!
An IO game is just a general term for a .IO web address. Most of those are free to play browser based games.
Slither.io Spaceone.io Agar.io are all examples
so what i get from this is that It's suprisingly like agar.io in a wierd dumb way.
There is a One big circle(the true Kingdom hearts) and a bunch of smaller circles(the worlds) and People(just tiny little circles that are just there)
and what AnsemSoD and Xemnas Were doing was trying to make another smaller kingdom hearts(a Circle that was bigger than a world circle But Smaller that the true Kingdom hearts circle.) by absorbing smaller world or even smaller People Circles. in to a semi big Kingdom hearts circle. not big enough to rival the True one but one that works on a minimal level.
digdig is not bad, I prefer it to agar.io.
I just want the dev to do something about cheaters in diep.io.
Almost whenever I play, I see a couple of cheaters (same players).
Just ban them permanently and the server will be much much better place.
Game you can play. Go to Agar.io to play. I was advertising SafeMoon while I was playing, and I have it set as my default, so I will continue this campaign everyday from 9am to 5pm except when my boss walks by my cubical
I'll begin by saying that I love Agar.io. The super popular "circle-eat-circle" browser game that could be played for free and instantly the second you searched for it. It was fun to me and others because it was free and could be played instantly off your browser.
Now thats when I found CryptoRoyale, a game much like Agar.io, except with crypto :D
Thats about all I need to say but I'll end with this.
The ".io" game market, (multiplayer browser games) is absolutely enormous, CryptoRoyale fits really well alongside this community except it brings the Metaverse into it (NFTs, actually earning stuff by playing the game). I find this super exciting and I hope you guys do too :)
They are nomads, constantly on the move, but there is some communication between the herds. When a chief decides to assemble a horde he sends out hunters and scouts as messengers to other herds, and then those herds to the same, and then the next and so on.
agario is a great analogy actually.
About 1: Yes, I do agree, but I guess it can be done with generating "allies" kingdom on world gen, so if you get into war with one kingdom, the other one opposes you so you're not too powerful for taking them one by one and playing some kind of agar.io?
About 2: Yeah, that's seems true, but that's if we take the "evil king pays his army and doesn't care about peasants" formula. If we see it as "angry king which doesn't care anything but themselves and feeds even soldiers that defend him with dirt" formula, then my argument actually makes sense. Also, we need to limit the player somehow in bloodthirst imo.
About 3: No, I mean public opinion.
About 4: Yeah, this will slown you down, but while you're being slowned down the invaders attack you, taking the gold, so it makes the gameplay actually harder than just slowier. Also, it prevents player from getting OP too fast and adds a bit more time of joy.
About 7: I didn't know that, sorry! Didn't play in a long time and waiting for some kind of global update to go back in, but I still watch the dev proccess. And "helped too much people lose" actually makes sense - people want more and more, so they go on riot to take all of the your resources. Actually, I took this idea from Reigns where you gotta keep balance by decisions, and it seems like fitting thing for warsim.
About 8: Yeah, true, but as your army grows and wealth grows too, you're either protected by the army, or have a War Commander on your front. This is realistic, at least! :p
Love this game. Why 0h why did it shut-down. Great way to kill some time (and ships) at work lol.Obsessed , actually with Spaceone.io.
GOTCHA AAAAAAAA was my name, and i use it on Agar.io and slither.io
Great time playing with you guys, Weedo, needs to chill, Constant Hyper-mode,lol.
ur score in 1/2 was tough.
Thanks to all you guys for the battles.
Thanks for this guide! Any tips on what it means when I am surrounded by team diggers (on team mode) and they are bashing into me constantly?
On agar.io this often means they want more mass so you can share it. It's not possible to do this on digdig so I don't know what they want. I am bigger when it happens and they are much smaller but they follow me and constantly hit me. It's really annoying. I thought they were just with me for protection (due to their size) but it's happened often and I don't know what it means. What do they want?
Agreed. Fuck AI. It's too dangerous.
Imma tell you how this story will end:
Éventuellement des jeux qui ne sont pas sur des plateformes de jeu (style cookie clicker ou agar.io), parce que rien que *adult* dans l'url ça doit pas aider.
Sinon, tu peux aussi te faire Arena.xlsm (ça se joue dans Excel, facile à trouver en ligne).
they dont need to inspect the packets. they can just block the url, not the server. you type in https://agar.io/
that will be sent to the router and the router will ask a DNS server where it leads to. but if the router has a rule build in to block every url with the word "agar.io" in it then it can still be blocked.
my school also has their own DNS server so they just replace the links that go to games with a link to the intraweb.
Google unity reverse engineer or unity assetstudio to get all the games assets.
I extracted all the assets and have the models as .obj files.
I was going to create a browser based version of battlerite, and just make it a FFA insanity like agar.io but gave up because it was too much work haha. I have all the obj meshes if you wanted any
Once upon a time you could make decent money off Agar.io videos. That time has long passed, hence why Jumbo and Wun Wun have the most subscribers despite being some of the weaker players based on gameplay footage alone - they were among the first players that started uploading footage!
A few years ago, attempts were made to turn Agar.io into a gambling type game - Google CS: Go Cytosis and Cellstar.io if you want to know more. Effectively these games allowed you to spawn in using money, and eating other players gave you that money back. Both of these have been discontinued.
You could try selling Level 100 accounts, but I doubt it would be economical. Reaching Level 100 takes a ton of time and people probably won't pay more than a few bucks for one.
For as much as people think this thread is funny, I have to admit I feel the exact same way. I've been working on a video game script and job hunting, and it's upsetting how much of the time I should have spent on both of these things has instead gone to playing Agar.io.
Sono uno sviluppatore web full-stack (MERN) e come altri, volevo partecipare anche io a progetti open-source, e non sapevo bene da dove iniziare... la nostra esperienza è mega simile (pure io Prince Of Persia su Dos :P e molti altri), e anche io avevo visto questa cosa dei browser game, mi aveva attratto fin dall'inizio!
Mi unisco al coro di "non so bene come fare con la grafica" :V ma ho un'amica che da quel fronte ne sa un sacco e che nel caso potrebbe dare una mano. Io son più da reparto sonoro/musiche, cosa che in un browser game, meh.
Comunque ci sono anche ottimi giochi con grafiche terribili (guarda agar.io).
This is cool, I always wanted to make something like Agar.io just for fun.
Also Is there a volume setting?
This is a really good point. Inducing alliance between people without forcing it through gameplay creates amazing social interactions. We also though about asymmetric gameplay because of the feeling of being "the king of the world" for a moment is so thrilling. This is why small browser games such as agar.io became so popular! When a player becomes the biggest, everyone turns against him but he has the most power to beat everyone. This is something we'll try to create through our combat game.
Thanks for the game suggestions! We've played crawl and it is definitively a lot of fun! I've heard about Hidden in plain sight, but have never given it a shot! Will sure do!
Oh my its now my most fav TimePass ever!! Like I always loved those io games like agar.io and slither.io, and saw one of these crypto royale posts a couple days back and thought of trying it out and tbh I cant stop playing lmao (although I suck at it)
The day I started was the same day they started the ONE withdrawal so thats cool too haha
Hope to bop into you soon in the game!
It's a bit like Agar.io + battle royale. There blobs of 1 of 3 colors (red, green, blue) and you can click to boost around to bump into people. You get more hp from a bump if you are a winning color or have more hp when the color is the same. And if the player is critical, you take them out. The main goal is to be the last one standing in each game.
Someone else here commented this, so here is the rest of it!
>Things hidden by the giant red box:
>* Playing agar.io
>* Fantasy baseball/basketball
>* Playing racing game
>* Cat videos
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I think I might be able to answer that question. I am not very proud of the times I've teamed with another player or with another clan, but I will not be ashamed of it either. When I grew tired of playing this game only solo style, a person ON THIS SUBREDDIT invited me to join his clan to have more fun in this game and I gladly accepted*. However, he also told me that I had to get the Agar Tool chrome extension TO COMMUNICATE! Yeah, you heard me: COMMUNICATION. Agar tool allows players to communicate and more: the ability to see if players are close and small enough to split and kill, the ability to zoom farther, the ability to see how much mass is in a cell, and the ability to see where they are in the server with a minimap. Agar tool is not the only extension that gives players unfair advantages. There are a few others, but I forgot their names. To conclude, although I don't know why Miniclip put a minimap, I understand why it is necessary. Many players already have unfair advantages such as Agar Tool and teams, so I see absolutely nothing wrong with giving more opportunities to other players.
*Believe it or not, I was kicked out of that clan and another one because I didn't play Agar.io with them that often
#TL:DR: Some players already have a minimap with outside extensions, so minimaps make the game more fair.
Actually, you're the idiot. 😂
"in-game sales" has nothing to do with a games popularity or success actually. Sure from a business standpoint the company might not see the game very successful if it's not making tons of profit, but the game can still be one of the most loved games in the world while not producing a lot of sales, especially if the game is Free to Play. If for example Fortnite started charging 100 dollars for every cosmetic item the game would still be #1 in the world on Twitch and overall player-base, but that doesn't mean it would be making a lot of money either. Twitch viewers has absolutely no connection to anything besides advertising. If a game is in the top 10 on Twitch it's just good advertising, it has absolutely no impact on how "well" the game does. Going back to the Overwatch example, that game is currently #13 viewed on Twitch, but it's one of the most well received and profitable games ever released. Still one of the most popular games player-base wise right now, but just because it's in the top #13 on Twitch instead of #3 or above those that mean it's "dead" of course not!
Considering that in-game micro-transaction purchases have no impact on how "successful" a game is in terms of player-base and active numbers, there's no reason to even bother bringing that up in your argument linking it to Twitch streamers. Free to Play games like Agar.io could be one of the most popular games in the world with a huge active player-base (it's not, just example) but make absolutely horrible amounts of profit.
Found this site while searching for my beloved game. Avid Agar.io player, but found spaceone.io to be so much more satisfying. Getting to Top 10 so fast, playing intensely, and all too often getting smoked by you guys.
I am Plutarch, and was honored on a few occasions while playing with mimicks.
My strategy was to be quiet out in the open, and be ready to pounce when encountering a foe.
If I were first, I'd go one direction a great distance to gather my followers into a path behind me, then turn and trounce.
I was always amazed at the speed and dexterity of munch munch, cyan, dashy, quick game, dr little, so many talents. I mimicked Cyan sometimes, lately I would take Nayc just to tweak him.
I hope it comes back.
In the meantime, Agario experimental is my fallback. I'm Plutarch there too, no surprise.
What a day! This is crazy! I created a reddit account just to share with you guys.
You probably know me as
ur score in 1/2
auto = most fun
I played agar.io first, but quickly appreciated spaceone.io more because the pace never slows down as you progress. Moreover, anyone (in principle) can hop in the game and slay #1, no need to slowly accumulate your firepower.
I played this game for up to 45 minutes each day, before my self-imposed time limit kept me from over-indulging. I really enjoyed improving my skill over the last couple years. The last several months were especially satisfying - I figured out that auto shooting was a viable strategy, even when trying to hold down the #1 spot. I'll miss the good times!
If you're curious - my philosophy behind auto shooting for veteran players was:
1) Maximize the number of shots fired --> on average, hit more targets
2) Concentrate completely on positioning and dodging
3) Because of 1 and 2 maintaining a larger fleet is easier, which keeps you safer
4) With 2), you can be more conscious of where the enemy fleets around, and position yourself so they fight each other and you're not in the middle of it. If you do get surrounded, 1) helps you constantly add more mass, with many targets around.
Over and out!
PS: This may help me be more productive at work now that the game is shut down... lol
Lol i still play this game for upwards of 2/3 hours a day bc whenever im bored i type agar.io in a new tab without thinking. I legitimately think ive spent more time in agario than any other game in my life and I agree that its absolute asscheeks
Absolutely! I'll bet I could get mine to settle at 6.5-7 hours.
I forgot my usage :
This is really cool! I really like it!
Couple of things - firstly, don't like the use of $ for two reasons:
Really like this though man - I would say the next obvious thing is the agar.io style ability for people to 'customise' their planets so I can play as a UK flag for example :)
Start with a simple idea, get it done in a month or two. Just do it all on your own. Once you create the first game, you'll learn so much, you'll have a better strategy for approaching the next one. Look at games like Agar.io . amazing when you think about it, and look at how many people play that relatively simple game! Go and read the story on the creation of it.
man thats when it hits hard... When you're tired in bed and can't sleep.
Those evil thoughts sneak in.
BE WEARY of your thoughts.
be ready to catch them and say: "hey FUCK YOU."
Because after all, those very thoughts are the ones that got you to lose thousands of dollars.
Honestly when i think about this i become so resentful towards those thoughts.
FUCK EM! Become like a pokemon collector and catch each one of the thoughts with a proud smile, turn it into a game.
Every time you think to gamble get a habit to substitute that will give you a similar dopamine release, like a computer game... I recommend 'agar.io'. Its a online game that gives you a similar feeling.
KILL IT BROTHER!
Multiplayer puzzle games are always great cuz you have to talk to each other, and it can be pretty funny. Don't play games like COD or Fortnite or something that just involve conversation like "yo cover me, shoot him, blah blah blah."
Me and my s/o played Human: Fall Flat for a while, but it's hard to run games on my laptop without it getting too hot or slowing down.. We really want to play Portal 2 together as well, but again - the laptop thing. If you have a desktop or a computer designed to run games, then it would be perfect. BTW these games aren't free but not too expensive.
Some free online games that can be played over FT/Skype are Cards Against Humanity, Draw My Thing, Slither.io or Agar.io, Scrabble, or iMessage games.
Playing games with your s/o can be really fun even if you're not a gamer :-)
I like how you called it amogus instead of Among Us. Shows the corruption
Also, the only good io games that I've played are slither.io and agar.io. The rest are shite
We used to play these in my highschool dorm/activity room (5-15 people), they work on most phones, tablets and laptops, are free and easy to get started with:
If you have a big crowd though, you might want to consider playing classic board or party games instead (like the Werewolf game). They leave a bigger room for people to express themselves and get to know each other. You can mess with your phone when you are alone in your room too, you don't need much company for that.
Anything that takes any form of effort can cause PEM.
Some are bothered by chemical triggers, and the reaction of the body caused by them is the exertion.
Other times it's stressful situations.
But the harshest thing is it tearing away the things we enjoy as 'too hard'.
I can't read technical stuff I want to do, or play with 3d modelling, or play games I want that are more challenging than agar.io, because if I do, I at best use up what energy I have for the day, and worse, am fucked for the week.
And, well, even on a good week, without that, I'm struggling.
I'm 20 I like competitive programming, tennis/badminton, and agar.io. I'm around north Chicago suburbs.
Things I'm trying to improve is my fitness (trying to gain weight, underweight), trying to use law of attraction, and trying to find a passion since I lost most of my passion for competitive programming.
Update, I thought it was, my bad. Everytime I searched "Agario website", it used to come up with the official website. Then I just searched the link https://agar.io/#ffa and that's what it is, think it's the one from before. I don't know why it is gone from searching.
you need a browser extention like agartool. in order to get it you need to "install" tampermonkey and then go on the website of agartool and add it to your brwoser. make sure to log out of your agar account before adding both extentions. you then go on agar.io and will notice the difference. :) youll be able to upload images when creating skins. hope this helps you m8
its from a mobile game called agar.io its a custom nickname. It is also the most unique and complex string of characters I've ever found. I found the characters: ꛤᥲ᥉ᡶꫀ
There is a Mongolian character, Tai Viet, Tai Le Lue, some African language, and some obscure ancient south Asian language
All io games are dead or untrending. Although some of them are fun, most of these communities only contain people who can't actually afford any other game and a lot of people have moved on from them to video games. Sorry, but that's the truth in my opinion and Surviv.io was only somewhat popular from the very beginning. This game is just going to end up like with Miniclip and Agar.io which means that this game will just be active, but barely receive any good content.
PopularMMOS I guess kinda got repetitive. He also just stuck to Minecraft with the few Agar.io, Slither.io, and Roblox videos on GamingwithJen's channel.
Stampylonghead also is another, not that he's all of a sudden turned out to be a horrible person but he doesn't have a great upload scheduele and gets very little views nowadays, same with his friends, and the little club.
try wasting your time away on stuff like agar.io
undercards is actually a pretty neat game too. you don't even have to like nutdealer, it's just a nice online card game
~~certainly helps me waste my time away procrastinating and having to do all my hw quickly at 11 PM before it's due at 12~~
Most of his subscribers are people who liked him when he made Agar.io videos and forgot to unsubscribe, the rest are kids who always fall for LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE = FREE LEGENDARY!!!!11!1
Something like 90% of the .io games don't have enough players/ can't afford servers and do fake online, the biggest are online (slither.io, agar.io) but it's like 1 in a thousand
I started playing around 2016, in the original version, it used to be so hard to get xp back then. I started playing after agar.io and diep.io got boring in that order. I'd play it in class in the 15 minutes before the bell rang, but I'd never get beyond beaver :\. For a while I'd only play deeeep in the transitional period between videogames, but I returned a few months ago.
Please be paitient. The Dev created popular games like Agar.io and Diep.io . Trust me, anyone who works on a game every day will eventually tire out. The Dev is a living person; he has limits like everyone else. Please treat him as such.
It's a shame he hasn't edited the game in 15 days. But if he wants a break, I think he deserves it.
nah I tried it before but not a mobile gamer lol I actually play agar.io before tho
btw if you love playing Brawl stars , maybe you can try fruitlab? Brawl stars is quite popular there
oh and is your sub public? since I can't find you there but don't worry I am just curious
Since what I'm really suggesting is a game feature (Streamers have Armies made up of Viewers), pretty much anything could be developed out of this concept. A basic game like agar.io could have short rounds of ten minutes, something larger like a Fortnite / PUBG could have 30-60 minute rounds.
But on the more massive scale, with persistent wars, week long battles, I think in this case it may be necessary to have a faction based system rather than a FFA. Streamers could still lead their armies, but the Streamers themselves could work together on the same faction. That way if one Streamer is offline, the other Streamers in the same faction would protect the territory. You, as a Soldier, could hop on and join any Streamer within that same faction to contribute to the overall cause. For passive support, perhaps your character would convert to a non-player Soldier for some minimal added defenses to your bases.
not blaming it on Zeach. He sold the game to moneyclip way too long ago when the game wasn't half bad. Moneyclip DID royally fuck up the game and that is a fact. I'm not being entitled. Ask literally any fucking person if agar.io was as good of a game when moneyclip owned it than when Zeach owned it, and they would probably answer "no. Moneyclip fucking killed agar.io so completely and utterly that it forced the game out of the bounds of death itself"
Meanwhile, you probably are the type of player who would team up and beg for mass whenever you're losing a fight, and if you don't get help, you probably would then virus that random for not getting involved in being a pile of scum. No wonder you think the game is fine, since you beg as soon as you're losing, and this is another problem with the game. If you just go full chicken mode, none of your mistakes would punish you in any way. You just beg for help and automatically win every fucking fight. That is the pinnacle of bad game design that could be prevented if moneyclip enforced rules that clearly tells the playerbase that you should solo in FFA, even though they hate FFA teaming almost as much as the agar.io subreddit.
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wow really fun!
It feels like an important part of your game would be balancing it, but otherwise feels fun overall, I've played agar.io in the past and this one feels equally fun as agar!
How are you planning on monetizing it?
What did you use to build it? Was it vanilla JS?
Honestly mate just stop i've seen you on my other posts commenting the same shite and its about time somebody stood up to you so heres the deal you one v one me in agar.io and i dont end your pitiful life here and now and dox your entire mainframe alternatively we could meet in east brussels down at the tesco on 45th street in the bathroom and settle this like real chaps alright thanks end me tonight
At first I wanted to make a snarky comment about Agar.io, but after reading your whole dissertation, I think it could very well be a VERY interesting project.
I think about something akin to "Shadows of the Colossus" but with RPG system. In my opinion, the only big problem it could have is that the progress would be very linear, as you would need to complete the "small areas" before tackling the "big areas", which is what FS is famous for doing the complete opposite (In DS2, you can explore 4 starting areas from Majula, depending on your skill level)
All in all, it's quite an interesting concept, so props to you for thinking of that.
Maybe after king of agar.io splits up the "land biome" we could have them in the game, but even then domestic animals aren't a good choice for mope.io and we could have say a jackal for the savanna at tier 6 or an arctic lynx at tier 7.
Infinite flight is a big sham, just like most of the pay to play apps for smartphones.
Think of it, they make you pay 10 fucking dollars, A MONTH. Just to access the singleplayer open world. Just to play online, on servers with which you are sharing a really limited amount of data : type, position and rotation of your aircraft. It doesn't require no more power to run AGAR.IO servers, which are free and pay themselves with ads.
And the content .... just laughable. They downloaded a flight dynamics library, added some extremely low quality, 3d models, most of the aircrafts aren't even modeled correctly. Plus every aircraft feels like the same.
Regarding the scene, there is absolutely NOTHING, no landclass system, no 3d scenery. They just mapped the whole world with extremely low quality photoreal from bing and others. It's a frgging joke.
Don't sue mope.io, it could have been any game. For all you knew, he could have played minecraft, fortnite, agar.io, or something else and it still would have came out the same.
Thanks everyone! I will check out hole.io and cellstar.io
I do not care, at all, if the game(s) are actually multi-player or not. I like Agar.io for the "collecting dots" aspect and the occasional "GOTCHA!!!" of grabbing someone that made a mistake right in front of me. I don't care if it is a real person making the mistake or just an artifact of the game.
In fact, the "human" element, sadly to say, pretty much always leads to the downfall of most things on the internet.
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So what do you plan to do? Make agar.io from scratch? Many people have done that already, but fail to stop teamers. Unfortunately, teamers seem to be with the "agar.io" package, so there's nothing we can do nor is there a perfect anti-team algorithm.
If you wanna prove me wrong, get Atom or Processing and start programming. Oh yeah, since teamers put a bad name on all agario related games, there's no point in making the game, so screw what I said before.
My initial reaction was outrage, but then I actually looked at both games.
Hole.io is a pile of hot, soul-less garbage. Wouldn't play it if someone paid me to.
Donut County has a lot of character and appears to be well thought out, something that takes years of passionate work to accomplish. I'll definitely be playing it in the future.
Let's face it though, both games are, at their core, Agar.io, but with an added dimension. This story actually works as a good case-study as to why a game is more than just its mechanics.
Teaming isn't bad in my opinion. There is always something to be mad about now a days. Teaming adds depth and longevity to most io games. People still play agar.io for its teaming. I team only when my friends are around, but I've still been beaten pretty hard by teamers. The satisfaction of shutting down a team makes you feel strong and prideful. Everyone gets hyped when I destroy a team just by myself. There can be annoying cringy teamers who tend to be really cocky, but those people are degens in life, so I usually roast their asses out on the chat. Also, they suck at the game, so I just go and destroy them afterwards. People who hate teamers are usually people who just want to have a relaxing deeeep.io experience, or are the ones that are raging noobs that get triggered everytime they die from a good player. I'll simply say that if you don't want to deal with teams you have five options.
play a different game mode,
suck it up
3.play a small, less populated server
Also, you don't have to make agar.io great again. TBH, even if you did make a great copy of agar.io and it got rid of teams, people still won't play it because of Agario's past. They probably forgot about agario. What I would suggest is to make a new game. Find your passion and go on with that.
Remember that other game that was also popular in 2015? It was called Undertale. Do you know how many people made that game? That's right, ONE FRICKN PERSON!!! The creator, Toby Fox, had great passion for RPG games and it won three awards!
Hopefully, you can make a game like Undertale in your future. I know this may sound harsh, but Agario is weak and almost dead. The only thing keeping it alive are the teamers who consistently pay for new skins.
I went to https://agar.io/ on my machine on both Firefox Nightly and the latest Chromium, and I saw no difference between the two.
It also sounds like you mean "since you started using Quantum", not since Quantum -- is that true? You weren't using Firefox before version 57, right? In that case, mozregression is less interesting.
Better would be to report a performance problem: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Performance/Reporting_a_Performance_Problem
Browser plugins are full of security holes which often allow remote code execution, and new ones are reported almost every day. Firefox and Chrome have both dropped support for all other plugins than Flash, and I believe Flash is now click to play in all major browsers.
The developer once replied to a similar thread and suggested using https://agar.io here is his reply which is also his second last comment in over two months. I miss you zeach <3
Thanks for the comments! The assigment report is handed in now, and I probably wont work it any more. Here is a link to the GitHub page: https://github.com/Dolphus2/Agar.io_Q-Learning_AI. It fared fairly well on average, considering it couldn't split. Feel free to ask any questions about the code, if any of you want to edit it and improve the agent.
There are quite a few potential improvements to be made.
Firstly, the entire structure of basing the entire process around constant screenshots probably isn't ideal. It works just fine, but it resultet in a lot of homemade solutions to the entire image detection process. There is probably a lot of useful information to be gleaned in html, it would likely make the program a lot faster (improve reaction time), but I couldn't figure out how to get around Agar.ios script blocking features. That said, I hardly know anything about html coding.
Splitting could be added, but it would require a lot of restructuring, especially to give the agent some understanding of how big its distinct blobs are.
The slowest part of the code at the moment is the character recognition program, that reads the score. It takes about 3 times as long as everything else combined. There are other, faster OCRs, but the bot was fast enough for the project with about 9 frames per second, so I didn't bother.
The learning process could also be improved by using stochastic q-learning instead. I don't know how to implement this, so I guess I'll look forward to the reinforcement learning course I'll take at some point.
Wow, the helped a lot. Thanks! I just realized that I could easily store objects in Redis with JSON.stringify. Now I'm wondering, since storing data in Redis realtime sounds sketchy as something may crash, what's the other option since application memory is not one?
Just a dumb comparison, but games like agar.io have lots of players and they keep the position, size, name, state, and blah blah of the players live; if they don't store it in memory where do they store it?
I'm looking for mib0 with the froggy icon! I'm babey with the chicken icon. I had to refresh because agar.io was glitching and lost the server we were in :') I was going to come back in with my discord user as my name and hope they understood Lol.
We have clones of other social media services that I think aren't really getting much traction because there isn't really much of a difference.
Something that might get instant traction would be a viral game like slither.io game or an agar.io where you could do something with creative with tokens to really highlight the difference between web3.0 and the regular web.
I feel so out of the loop with this. the only good thing I see with Metaverse is videogames, and I don't play videogames, I'm sure millions of people do, and they are great, I've played a few and I really enjoy them, but I don't remember the last game I've played that wasn't brawl stars or Agar.io, and I couldn't care less if they made them to VR lol. so yeah, I don't know what type of people will use it.
Well, you could make a game like agar.io. I'm actually trying to make a game like that right now, but I was a bad scripter that time, and it's kind of a dead game so, maybe we could make it together?
agar.io already has a zoom in and zoom out feature, it's just it doesn't zoom out that much. If you have a mouse, then you can use the scroll wheel to zoom in, but I don't know what to do if you don't have a mouse.
Ultimate General Civil War
Alice Madness Returns
Kerbel Space Program
I got House of Ashes, but I haven't played it yet.
WTF WHAT THE FUCKINGLY FUCK HAPPENED TO AGAR.IO IT WAS SUCH A GOOD GAME BACK THEN THOSE STUPID DUPLICATOR THINGS I WOULD SAY FUCK THEM AND THE POINT OF IO GAMES IS TO BE FULL FAKE MULTIPLAYER I HATE AGAR.IO NOW
No one knows me(or so i thought) so I did AnonymX when i played Agar.io/Gota.io
06 is my birth year, month, and day(6)
When i tried AnonymX, someone already had it. so i did a AnonymX, like I'm one of the AnonymXs there are. so yea. combine all of that, aAnonymX06
Hah! Funny store I was playing agar.io with my friend in high school in the library. The computers we were on were facing the librarian. The next morning I saw it was blocked. Then we found a new game and played it on the other side of the desk where the computers were not facing the librarian.
Cuando estaba chica tenía caleta de juegos de mesa: Clue, Adivina Quién, Destreza, Monopoly, Jenga, Pulgas Locas y mi fav para jugar con mis primas el Solo Entre Chicas; incluso teníamos un mini casino, caleta de naipes re lindos, dominó y así.
Usualmente nos sentábamos los días viernes o domingo a jugar en familia; después caché que cuando tenía como 12 años regalaron todos los juegos, solo nos quedamos como con 3 mazos de naipes y nunca más nos sentamos a jugar en familia.
Perdí la costumbre de jugar con ellos o jugar juegos de mesa en general:
Mi mamá es muy pajera y como que nunca entiende los juegos o se hace sus reglas, su pololo solamente juega un rato y después chao, mi hermana se encierra a ver netflix o jugar en su tarro a los sims y mi tío está en la suya con pega - mi abuela no puede jugar porque apenas tiene conciecia de dónde está y está postrada.
En fin, me gustaría recuperar eso. Lo más cercano que tengo es jugar weas como agar.io o cosas así online; si me lo compro en físico lo más probable es que me pierdan todo o me webeen hasta el año 3000 porque nadie va a jugar conmigo en la casa
You are missing that what I said is that because in Agar.io it can be boring to get what you call "hackers" it's good that snay.io has been created because thanks to this, "hackers" can all play with hacks, and not in Agar.io, so learn to read moth4rfuck4r
feels like a scam at this point.... Two games that both make a fortune independently from each other (agar.io, slither.io) have decided to throw in with some startup devs...
your landing page screams scammer vibes. Always a good sign when selling a useless token comes before core development on a roadmap.
DD and save your bans people. We are all in this jungle together but some of us are just throwing poo and seeing what sticks.
I think they just realized that him being there would just turn the tournament into an agar.io battle. Buu would just climb his way up to becoming the ultimate warrior by gradually absorbing stronger opponents
it would take me a while to explain what kenshi is, how it plays and etc. you would probably be better watching some videos about it; but, i will try my best.
Kenshi is an RPG, set in a wasteland,where your main goal is to... survive? you can pick between a few starts. You can start with a team of 4 people, in some random village, with nothing but clothes and some money. Or maybe as a lone slave, where you have to first escape a prison full of enemies. The game's controls feel like an RTS, you can move your camera freely, really far or really close, and you pick your team members and attacks just like in any game of that kind. There is stealth, combat, trading, NPCs, quests all of that stuff. When you have the resources and team, you can start building your own base, for example. The interactions, random events, and the insane freedom there is make it feel like no other game. The game has a bit of the Spore feel of "First its like agar.io, now its like an action rpg, now its an rts, now its like stellaris, now its like kerbal space program", but has more in depth systems and is way more brutal and serious.
Its like one of those kickstarter MMOs that promise being the absolute best games ever made with infinite opportunities and everything, but this game actually exists (it came out almost 9 years ago) and is playable. Right now its on community support, so the game still gets updates by the community in the form of monthly releases and mods, while the devs work in Kenshi 2.
Persoonlijk luister ik de streams super vaak als podcast dus ik weet wel redelijk welke streams echte aanraders zijn: AGAR.IO, alle Monopoly streampies, alle Mario Party streampies, Weekend Miljonair streams, Lekker Ghorst Recon Wildlands spelen, Emoticon-teken streampies, Hollands Next Top Mod, De grote dierenquiz, KAHOOT QUIZ, Celeste, Een VEED bondgenootschap met de heer, Pokemon-pakkies streampies, Mankala, De papflappies zijn terug (en It Takes Two), 100 SLECHTE MOPPEN TAPPEN, Wat zou jij doen als de wereld eindigde en Death's Door.
Yeah OPs criticism of it makes no sense.
It copies a good game but pays you to play it - I dont see whats not to love about that. If agar.io is not your thing fine, but if someone took Halo and made it play to earn everybody would be playing that shit.
I feel for you. You are in a really difficult position.
There is a lot of stuff that you can do in an LDR, but obviously, both parties need to really want to do it for it to be fun. Like, literally going for a virtual walk together can be fun if you guys are able to talk about interesting things and share your ideas with each other. I can suggest to you some ideas which are really fun for my GF and me, but you both need to be into it/able to do it/ have free time... If you are unable to do this stuff with her, maybe focus on yourself until December since it will at least make the time pass faster and you will get something out of it. But if you are feeling in your gut that this is not something you enjoy atm, I would consider thinking deeply about what actually makes you in a relationship and if this is being fulfilled (LDR or not). Honestly, if you guys are not connecting by just chatting and sharing things with each other, you might not be too compatible. Again, I have no idea. Only you know this.
- video games (some stupid ones as well, like agar.io)
- plan the future together
- talk about your day
- do a cook-along
- go to the movies/dinners/walks (while in a different location)
I definitely quit all the addictive MMOs or first-person shooter games during my time at university, but I still played a few games just for entertainment, which did not require a lot of commitment at all. One of them was Agar.io (an online web-browser game where you eat other circles to become the biggest) and a little bit of world of tanks blitz on the iPad. Because each game lasts for only like 5 minutes, I used to play like 10 of them, which would take me about an hour, and I would feel like I was entertained enough. On the other hand, I recently had a League of Legends addiction, and to play a single game of LOL normally takes about 30 minutes, and I only felt satisfied after playing like 8 games, which you imagine would normally take 4-5 hours, not to mention that I had days where I played like 12-15 hours straight, as it's so addicting. So these types of games are a big no-no when you're at university.
Pulled out my computer just to type this.
The ideal magic I want in my world is like a separate dimension, where magic is kinda like water. It's attracted to "sentience" in a similar way like matter is attracted to gravity. Sometimes when there's a vacuum of sentience, it clumps up on itself and forms elementals. Elementals then act like agar.io blobs that eat up and keep picking up clumps of magical weave, creating what looks like a knot if you could see a wireframe version of the magical plane.
Those who are attuned to the weave, either through studies, sacrifices, or supernatural gifts, can manipulate the weave through words. Words are powerful, not because the words themselves hold power, but because you can categorize objects through speech. You call a stool a stool because it represents, in your head, a stool. Casting fire by speaking fire creates flames because you categorized a region of air into "fire", thus creating magic. Words are catalysts for your consciousness to visualize the impossible.
With that said, categorization is unstable. You cannot imagine the same flame every time, nor can you categorize precisely the way you did before. This is why catalysts are necessary. Staves that concentrate the magical weave in a way that could allow consistent casts, tomes containing sketches of the weave, and how to control it, even borrowing the power of otherworldly beings for them to concentrate magic for you.
To me, the method in which magic works is absolutely fucking amazing. A world with a logical magic system is something would I live for.
For those reasons, I see myself as a silverquill wizard.
here i go vomiting out my video games:
agar.io is only about eating whoever is smaller so you get bigger and the game looks minimalistic. i love it!
try Chrono trigger, final fantasy games
silent hill (i heard the 'theme of laura' from silent hill 2 live at a concert)
Minecraft. another notable one is terraria for it's music+visuals
super mario galaxy
pick your favorite legend of zelda, for example: link to the past, twilight princess, link between worlds on 3ds
elder scrolls daggerfall has a repetitive design where you see a bunch of copied dungeons around the world, with a few dungeons like the one at the beginning but you really can enjoy daggerfall especially before the dungeons get repetitive(i recommend you play the Unity version of daggerfall with the D.R.E.A.M. 4k texture pack, and be ready for weird keyboard and mouse controls and be ready to roll the dice when you start over and over for a high DEX roll so your attacks register for daggerfall and morrowind! and if you want you can play morrowind on a phone (ask me for help setting up OpenMW for mobile) but i prefer to use OpenMW only on phones, and for PC use groundcover mods that need the standard game, OpenMW overhauls the game and prevents using groundcover mods because OpenMW is limited to static rendering, which suffocates the computer, not the efficient code required for grass to be added functionally.
i love so much about the Diablo 2 remaster, witcher 3, DayZ, stalker, metro 2033, you could easily do a huge paper about the quality of bloodborne or uncharted, etc
I HAVE fun when I try knife and you dont get it do you? Calling competitive cooperative. saying I act like children, I would bet all my money that you are a 7 year old sucking on your mama's breasts. little advice for you kid. Shoot people in Valorant and also Im probably much better than you knifing than you using an odin. You should quit the game and play agar.io LMAO
I did not, but my privacy settings were set to "custom" despite a firefox refresh... maybe it syncs with my account from long ago. I've set this to standard now and will see if it helps (Firefox contacts still stay greyed out, but maybe loaded slightly faster?)
This doesn't fix the abysmal performance in simple web games like agar.io either unfortunately, it's still a jittery mess :/
Agar.io = abandoned and dead
Diep.io is owned by addicting games but they lied. They're not updating the game at all. If I actually knew how to code and had money, I would buy diep.io and bring it back to life.