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which browser game do you play?

mhangmanmhangman Posts: 4

if you want an indi game there are alot of at your browser. my fav. is estiah. a mmorpg very cool. dont ned much time for playing that, it is best option. most of the browser games need time but estiah good about that.

what is your fav. browser game?

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  • rsturkrsturk Posts: 3
    I'm going to check that out, thanks.

    Here are a few I liked...
    http://www.jamlegend.com/
    http://www.glaielgames.com/playgame.php?id=50 (flash, but its awesome once you get the hang of it)
    http://www.travian.com/
    http://upsidedownturtle.com/boredboredbored/

    :)
  • RovanionRovanion Posts: 73
    As a young lad I enjoyed Runescape. Today I wouldn't bother log in even tough the job that they have managed to do with Java is absolutely spectacular. Compairing the original game to what they have today. But I do not have the time nor the fortitude to play it.

    That game written in Javascript you had there is kinda cool ^^
  • Here is another *browser* based game:

    http://quakelive.com

    It runs in a browser but it requires a download file. I know it is supposed to work in Linux but I haven't got a chance to try it in Linux yet. It's free to play and has a nice social network like system built in.
  • I quite like jayisgames.com. They regularly publish reviews of casual browser based games. Although alot of them seem to be escape the room type games.
  • KhrodeKhrode Posts: 1
    I've played World of Dungeons for awhile now, it's a great browser based game for people like me with only 5-10 minutes every few hours to play. One of the only group-based browser games I've ever seen. Group coordination becomes key later on. Reminds me of oldschool D&D and tabletop games with all the stats and skills there are to raise. Look me up on Baradar server if anybody joins and needs some getting started info.
  • I created (and play), a browser game called Crimelife. Its a fast-paced mobster game. And in the spirit of free games, there are no paid items or plans. Everyone has the same free account. I have tried creating open source games in the past, but Crimelife is my only "real" success. My friends love it.

    Feel free to play, and look for me in the game. My username is "Godfather". ;)
  • altNullaltNull Posts: 65
    I like Go and Chess, but is hard to find a decent online system that doesn't want to charge money for membership. Ironically, the best platform for these sorts of games would be social websites like facebook, but they don't seem interested in satisfying intellectual stimulation. And even if they did, the fact that they don't check 3rd party apps, which have unlimited access to the Facebook API, means that all 3rd party apps can't be trusted unless they are created by the actual Facebook company.
  • I don't play browser games. I played travian and ikariam but now I haven't free time to play games. :)
  • i just found jamlegend today. its awesome. I like playing with my guitar hero controller the best. well done game
  • buccaneers and lobsters :) pirate theme turn based rpg/dventure. you have to build an armada, recruit crews, buy and manage equipment and food. its easy to play and fun for 10mins or 2 hours

    www.buccaneersandlobsters.com
  • Thanks for the suggestions...

    http://celtruler.com/games/thegrid/

    The Grid is quickly becoming popular among programmers and strategists, it's a great little web browser game that you can start playing immediately without a whole bunch of tutorial stuff or other nonsense.

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  • smiseyousmiseyou Posts: 1
    Ah there are too many browser games and browser based games that I love...the main one that seems to take up most of my time is Grepolis. After that it's a selection of pop graphic sim games like Farmerama and Ramacity...cheesy I know but I love it! :D
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