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I checked the agar source code a few days ago and noticed that the code has been changed. The trick you were using doesn't work any more. Now it's much more difficult to connect to the same playground.


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Agar.io just started to support http://agar.io/?XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:PORT url. Example: http://agar.io/?37.187.163.130:1501 The IP can be found the same way. Press f12 or right click - inspect element - console


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You must use the server filter to find local servers. There is nothing more that you need.


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Actually, yes there is. Paste this into the address bar while on the Agar.io website: javascript: connect("ws://" + prompt("Server IP", "XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:XXX")); void 0; Now most browsers will remove the javascript: from the start as a security measure; you just need to go back there and add it. It will prompt you for the server IP. Please don't add ...


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You can use the Chrome plugin for it. You just type the IP address out in the Start GUI.



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