Agma.io offers many secret chat commands. For example, you can share with the Chat your Level (writing "/level" in the chat), how many hours you have played (writing "/hours" in the chat), your Rank in-game (writing "/rank" in the chat), and your amount of coins (writing "/coins" in the chat). Agma.io also offers fun features such as shaking yours pieces (writing "shake" in the chat), flipping your pieces (writing "flip" in the chat), spinning your pieces (writing "spin" in the chat), making your pieces jump (writing "jump" in the chat), and making your pieces wacky (writing "wacky" in the chat). You may also combine these commands with up to 3 at once./claim can claim coins (E.g., writing "JumpShakeWacky" in the chat.
Agma.io Blog and Forums
Agma.io has a blog created and sustained by Squid, a an agma player and owner of the agmaforum.com community. The Agma.io Blog contains news and information about Agma, updates, features, tips, tricks, and free giveaways such as bots and coins.
Agma.io Forums Daily Reward
AgmaForum.com has frequent giveaways of bots/minions and coins. You have to sign up at the forums, and make some posts. The forum owner Squid will reward your agma account with bots or coins, completely for free.
HistoryAgma.io started in late 2015 as AgarioForums.io (first screenshot). It was a private server meant to be a meeting place for the members of the forum AgarioForum.net. AgarioForums.io was a modified Ogar (actually a modified Ogar version made by Jara Lowell). The primarily differences to Agar.io were: Viruses could be shot by feeding them just once. Recombine times of cells had been reduced, and a player could have up to 64 cells. Later on secret rooms and power-ups were added. AgarioForums.io had a very basic user interface and skin support. Later on different type of servers were added. However, eventually the main menu was replaced by a new design (second screenshot).
In late May 2017 Agma.io was launched as the successor of AgarioForums.io after it has been beta-tested in late April 2017. The original AgarioForums.io server were shut down later, but there is one server in the North American region of Agma called SOLO AGF.io which is similar to the old AgarioForums.io servers. Also the original client is still available at http://agarioforums.io/index_old.php - but there are no game servers any more. Agma.io as well as the original AgarioForums.io is based on Ogar.
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In this game you can get up to 300 bots! Bots are one of the things .io players like, so agma.io made it so you can either buy, or use your coins in game. There is all sorts of bots you can get like 100 mass bots for 1 hour, the least you can get is 10 bots.
Agma Discord == https://discordapp.com/invite/agmaio
Agma Spin WheelIn Agma.io you can find a spin Wheel, where you can win a free reward every 24 hours. You can also buy spins for 16,000 coins. You can win many diffirent rewards in the spin wheel.
Santa Hat (Worth 4,000,000 coins)
Instant Recombine (Worth 9,000 coins)
Spawn Mothercell (Worth 38,000 coins)
Spawn Portal (Worth 39,000 coins)
Growth Potion +1000 (Worth 12,000 coins)
50,000 coins (Worth about 0,50 dollars)
Double Speed (Worth 5,900)
or if you are unlucky you can win nothing.There are several tricks to earn coins here I will show you 2: - You can enter ultrasonic either from Europe or North America and in the gold block give mass to exchange them for coins but be careful when you put it in gray you will have to wait for it to turn golden again or remove the mass -In the shop on the left you will see some letters with coins that say ¨ [free coins] invite friends¨ and there you can refer a friend and when he reaches level 5 he will give you a point: - with 5 points you gain 40 bots for 1hr - with 10 points you gain 100 bots for 4hrs - with 15 points you earn 50k coins - with 20 points you earn 100k coins These were my favorites in my personal opinion. What do you think?