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About Anomal.io

About Anomal.io
Anomal is an incredibly fun variation of games such as agario, you can choose 1 of 3 starting animals in cube form to go around the map and eat apples and meat in order to grow your size. As you get bigger you’ll be able to eat smaller players but of course this works both ways so make sure to stay away from bigger players! One of my favourite features in this game is the sounds, you sound adorable whilst munching on your food and then let out a huge fart sound when boosting, it really caught me off guard the first time!

How to Play Anomal.io

How to play Your overall objective in Anomal.io is to be the first person to a 1000 score however I prefer to just get big enough to devour all of my opponents! When gaining size be wary about running into mushrooms as they will break your character back down into all the food you have consumed allowing nearby enemies to eat your progress! Mushrooms aren’t all bad however, as a new player try to hang around them as much as possible so if a bigger player tries to eat you you can kite them around the mushroom and home they explode for you to eat them instead!

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History of io Games

The advent of IO games can be traced back to the one game that started it all: Agar.io. In it, you eat, and you grow, and you eat some more, and you grow some more, consuming anything that’s smaller than you, including players. It’s a lot like another similar game, Osmos, only Agar.io was free, and multiplayer. You joined a room with dozens of other players who were all trying to grow, and eat, and consume each other in an effort to become the biggest blob possible. If you died, you had to start all over. The game became wildly popular, and it has now spawned hundreds of other IO games, some are quite similar to Agar.io, some aren’t, but they all follow a similar format. They’re all free, and they’re all multiplayer. more all math games

Copyright io Games

As Agar.io’s popularity grew, IO games began to pop up every few days, especially since many of them were so simplistic in nature. It quickly became difficult to keep track of every IO game out there. That’s why this site was created: To give intrepid IO game players a place to sift through all that’s available and find the next one they want to devote an afternoon getting lost in.. More miniclip games