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"A List of Some of the Best Free Browser Games Out There"
I’ve been addicted to a lot of browser games lately (I do _not_ mean things like farmville, though I do not judge you if you’re a fan of that game). I don’t know whether it is age or some kind of psychological thing that I have been having more fun playing quirky/indie/casual games like these more than I do playing Call of Duty or TF2. So here’s a few of my favourites that I am playing these days, I hope you people share your’s in the comments or on the Reddit thread
that I’ve posted here and I’ll try to update it as often as I can. I also intend to add gameplay videos in the future.
Requires: Unity Web Player
This is perhaps the most gorgeous browser game that I’ve seen. The gameplay is best reminiscent of the cellular level in Spore as well as Flow for the PS3. The quality of the audio and visuals make for a really pleasing aesthetic, relaxing experience rather than something that’ll blow your mind.
Crush the Castle 2
Free-ness: Free! Some premium goods available.
Throw a crap load of stuff using a trebuchet to bring down laughably weak castles. WEAK! Because my mighty boulders crush everything! Oh, there’s a bunch of unlocks in there too. Very simple, very addicting.
The last stand 2
One of the most popular flash games out there. Zombie apocalypse, travel from one town to another and defend your camp from the walking dead that lurk at night. During the day, you search the town for supplies, weapons and survivors. The variety and unpredictability is unmatched from any other flash game so far.
This one’s for you strategy game fans out there. Civilization Wars is a mix of Strategy and RPG complete with varied races and that perfect balance between easy-to-pick up but hard to master gameplay.You’ve got your standard spell bar (with unlocks) for each race. The objective is to conquer all strategic points on a map. There’s no base-building (only capturing) and little in the way of resource collection. What’s different is how hard it is to put this game down without finishing a session. Best part? There’s an iPad/iPhone version available too!
Requires: Unity WebPlayer
Free-ness: Just a time limited demo.
Description: This game is all about WAR! War of the construction workers, that is. You have nothing but a crane at your disposal, and via the game’s funny physics engine you have to build… err… buildings while your neighbouring construction company does their best to toss stuff your way and destroy everything you have created. Luckily, you can toss a little care package their way too. Nothing like swinging a truck a few hundred feet before tossing it off into your enemy’s building and watching it go up in flames.
This is my current favourite TD (Tower Defense) game. While there may be deeper ones out there that are a bit more varied, I like Cursed treasure because it keeps things accessible while maintaining the difficulty. It comes at a price, though… because the game could use a few more variations with the defense buildings, but since there’s a ridiculous amount of upgrade options available, I can’t complain that much about it.
Requires: Nothing, apparently. Not even hands.
Free-ness: Village Bicycle.
This game’s french version had been around for quite a while. You build a fighter, level him up, equip him with gear. Your character can be challeneged weven when you’re offline, so you gain plenty of experience just by acting as the fighter’s manager. Overall, pretty fun thing to poke around in while you’re at work or school.
This one’s a real classic. You’ve probably heard already about Alien Hominid, but I feel the game deserves a mention on this list. It made it’s way on to store shelves in the form of a PS2 port, such is the level of polish and quality in this game. The gameplay itself is a bit reminiscent of Metal Slug, but with the kind of artwork that you’d expect from a weird 60s European cartoon show.
Tactical Assassin 2
Imagine if the Hitman games were remade for flash, and all your assassinations had to be carried out via sniper rifles. It may sound shallow, but the amount of variety and surprises in this game are staggering. Don’t take my word for it, check it out yourself.
A fully featured browser based MMO. It’s not turn based either, and from my experience, there wasn’t any visible lag at all. Which is quite surprising for a real-time action game of this kind.
A space trading multiplayer game. You can buy ships, unlock trade routes, get better deals, fend off pirates, the complete works. Think of a simulation game loosely based on Firefly.
That’s it for now. If you’ve any recommendations, let us know and I’ll do my best to add as many of them as I can to the list.
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If anyone is looking for some good free flash games then they may try these ones (^^,) .More free good flash games are highly appreciated ^ ^.
Last edited by Arif69; November 23rd, 2010 at 09:10.
Re: Best free browser games
best browser game - runescape hands down.
Re: Best free browser games
Nice Thread Arif Bhai. Game Gulao Bhalo. Try Kormune!!!!
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