What is up world, JamesBl0nde and BakermanBrad here with another top list for ya. We are showing off 9 of the best browser games that are out there today. With browser games getting better and better when it comes to quality of gameplay and graphics, we figured it was time to let you know what our favorites are. Also, we want to let you guys know that we have a forum post up for you to help out in deciding what our future top lists will be. So let us know what you think in the comments below or on the forum right here: http://tinyurl.com/cm4s3l5
The Lost Titans
Adventure Quest Worlds
City of Steam
Realm of the Mad God
Runners up featured in the intro:
Battlestar Galactica Online
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Kartuga - Dead - N/A
Kings Road - Alive - Fun
Air Mech - Alive - OK
Chrono Blade - Alive - OK
The Lost Titans - Alive - OK
RMD - Alive - Fun
AQW - Alive - OK
Draken Sang Online - Alive - Fun
City Of Steam - K/O - Fun
Dont waste ur time on Drakensang online after u reach level 50 u've nothing 2 do, explore same dungeon again n again.
After wasting 1.6 years i finally deleted my fieldmarshal Dragonknight. Worst browser games but graphics good.
I am surprised Sherwood dungeons wasn't in here lol its a good game I just wished that once you make a char its perm. because they let you change your character any time you want I that makes the game feel incomplete for some weird ass reason :P
half of everyone who watched this video was because they where looking for a better game than runescape,which they could not find and are currently playing rs,or think rs is still the best browser mmorpg
+Paycheck I liked grinding, But I think they should Have given us like a free boost sometimes. It was extremely hard until you unlock that 1st class, Then I got all the classes right away. The first class was the only struggle. Took me over 4 months ffs. It was not worth it. I was grinding for a shaman.
+oTrilkCFW The grind is fair game when you compare it to other mmo's that won't offer the grind in the first place. You can get the ''best'' stuff by just farming. But since the only thing having stats in the game is your weapon and class it doesn't really matter.
If you like this kind of games – check Illyriad.
Not a lot of flashy, intense graphics but the game has a good community and is very immersive. Lots of detail and variety. Also, the game is not pay to win. Highly recommended for mature players looking for a deep, strategy oriented experience.
You guys mentioned DFO shutting down. I don't know if you've mentioned it in any posts or videos yet but the closed beta (closed-ish... they promised it would be open when a certain number of Facebook likes were reached) will come out in March for the new Global DFO (not just NA) run by the original devs, Neople, and not crappy Nexon NA.
A browser game I've been playing for a few years now is called darkorbit. It's set in a space setting where you fly a ship around and kill aliens. The game is pvp based so you might get shot at quiet often. It's not to hard to learn how to play, the only thing is that it's really hard to get stronger and level up. But clans and groups can usually help out with that. It's really a good game if your looking for a browser game to stick with. I recommend it for someone who can play a few hours a day. Message me for tips on how to start off. It's a bit complicated at first.
Battlestar galactia is a game that I used to play but I do recommend putting some long hours into it as it is a very addicting game with the open world type gameplay and many active servers and action to take part in.
+Pugo The Bloxhog I don't want to argue, but the title clearly said browser games which means its in the browser so you don't need to download it. But I agree that Steam Is A Main Part Of The Pc Gaming Area.