How to Make, Add and Personalize your own Agar.io Skins (Images)?
Date: 2015-07-08 08:52:07
By: Marta Barquet
This article is related to a previous one, How to play Agar.io with friends in the same server and under the same IP, since the same script will be needed to access advanced options of the game. With that same script we can do really interesting things that are not explained in the other article. In this tutorial we will learn how to make and insert personalized skins in Agar.io.
If you don't want to create your own skins, you can try to tip one of these nicknames that you will find on these Agar.io Skins download pack!
Adding Skins to Agar.io: How to personalize the skins
Having correctly installed the script we must enter the Agar.io homepage. Our screen will look similar to this:
If we pay attention, the first sentence that appears is an example of how to set an agar.io skin, but not one of the default ones, any other one that we choose. We can do it without any problems, let’s see how to do it.
Learning how to add Agar.io skins is something really easy to do even if what appears on screen looks a bit incomprehensible. What the script allows to do is to set personalized skins, and it will only admit images that are uploaded to imgur.com, a great image server. If the image we want to set as our skins is in our computer we can access such server. If we want to upload it from our computer because it is ready to be in our cell we will need to click were the arrow in the following image is pointing.
We just need to select how we want to upload it, we can select it, drag it or copy/paste on the page, it admits actions of all kinds and all of them work perfectly.
After following any of the directions we will be redirected to a page that will show the image that we uploaded to the server. We just need to look at the page URL, since that is what we will need to upload personalized images or skins to agar.io. We will copy the last part of the URL, whatever is behind the bar. For example:
In this case we would copy I6Lcs4q.
After that we will go back to agar.io’s homepage and we will write what we copied as our name. In front of the characters we selected we will need to write i/, so our complete name would be i/I6Lcs4q.
We changed our agar.io skins in a very easy way! Let’s check if everything went as planned and we can use skins in Agar.io.
This is a personalized skin from Rocky Bytes, but we you can make your own agar.io skin and personalize Agar.io uploading any image we want and putting it inside our mass. That way we will be rapidly identified when someone sees our image. It is also a pretty exclusive thing to do since not many people uses the script and it is really useful, it gives us a sense of identity against all the other players! One funny fact is that the bigger you grow in the game the bigger your image will be shown in the maps, you can outshine everyone!
Is this “How to Add Skins in Agario” guide useful for you? Be sure to come back for more, right here on Rocky Bytes.
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