Agar.io skins. If you’ve been playing this game, then you’ve probably seen them before. A giant doge floating around, a steam icon, or even a country’s flag. These are all skins, and they’ve been a major element in playing the game since the beginning. So what is a skin exactly? Skins in the game change the background of your blob to a specific image, depending on which skin you choose. To use a skin on Agario, you will have to input the name of your blob to a certain phrase before you enter and play the game. For those who do not wish to use a plain color blob while playing Agar.io, you can choose to use a skin. Agar.io skins have no affect on your game play, although some players in the game may specifically target players with a certain skin. Keep in mind that you will not be able to use a custom name while playing the game if you decide to use a skin name. If you play an Agario private server, it may also have skins in them, but they are not official. Here’s an example of an Agar.io skin:
If I use the skin earth, then I will need to name my character “earth”, and my in-game character will look like this:
Some people may like to use skins while playing the game because of the way they look, but others may not use a skin in order to use their own name.
Here is a list of the skins currently available on Agar.io:
- New Agar.io skins are constantly being added over time.
- Agario skins can also be deleted over time.
- You cannot use an Agario skin in team mode. In team mode, your skins will be randomly assigned one of three colors: Green, Blue, or Red.
- Agar.io skins may or may not work on an agario private server.