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Please Rate (16 plays)   play full screen Play as a square set out to become the biggest square on the server. Eat the squares of other players and get bigger, bigger, EVEN BIGGER, no one can stop you! There is regular food, bombs and other players in the game. Consume food to grow, stay away from the bombs to avoid getting blown up. The most interesting aspect are the actual players: eat the weak and defeat the strong ones! Steer your square by moving the mouse, press space to split up. And use the W key to feed and attack!

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