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Alrighty, so I'm having this browser-game craze as of now, and I've found some real gems. Here's a list, with some quick and easy descriptions.

HexGL by BKcore: This is a pretty awesome single player racing game, complete with great graphics, responsive controls, and a health system, which I think is pretty cool. Definitely a must-try!

Vertixio (or is it vertix? I dunno.): This is an 8-bit, multiplayer birds-eye shooter game with a variety of different characters, add-ons, and mods aplenty. It's also quite a small, unknown game, though, so you may be the only person playing sometimes! Very Happy

Warin Space: This is a pretty clever game staged in... you guessed it... SPACE! Woah! But, in all seriousness, this game is a pretty good team based shooting game where you have to destroy the enemy base, and there's plenty of ways to help: you could be a healer, or a heavy fighter ship, or maybe even a stealth fighter. There's plenty of upgrade paths and customizable ships, so hop on and join a team!

Sinuous: Now, this a pretty simple, yet challenging, game. Your goal: Not to hit the red dots while moving around a lot. This game is quite fluid, and has a few powerups to offer. It's a pretty fun way to waste some time!

Free Rider: This is a pretty nifty game where you can ride a bike on other people's courses and trails, much like the way you can play other people's levels on Super Mario Maker. The game is similar to Line Rider, but also like the game Happy Wheels.

Cube Slam: Tired of pong? Well, too bad, because this one is Pong, but in 3D! Woah! No way! It's actually rather cool, with a shield system, powerups, multiplayer capabilities, and a bear named Bob! Really!

Elevator Saga: Now, this is a coding site, so I SUPPOSE I should have at least one game dedicated to coding... and here it is! A rather fun game, your task is to program an elevator's instructions to make it transport x number of people in time y, using JS! I haven't gotten very far yet, but it seems like a bit of fun!

Little Alchemy: The point of this game is to synthesize 510 different materials using just the four elements to start. This game sure stretches your mind to figure out all the different combinations!


Now, this is a pretty lengthy list, so hopefully you found a new gem! If I missed one of your favorites, just comment and I'll add it to the list above! Happy playing!
Thanks for sharing these! The only one that I've messed with is Little Alchemy; I had a very fun evening trying different combinations with that game, and getting a little frustrated at how arbitrary some of the recipes seemed. I'll have to check the rest of these out if I have a chance.
You forgot some rather fun .io ones Razz

agar.io
slither.io
wings.io
cursors.io
No Tank Trouble?
I used to waste all of my time on free rider a few months ago, until I deleted my account to stop myself from becoming to entrapped in its awesomeness
KermMartian wrote:
Thanks for sharing these! The only one that I've messed with is Little Alchemy; I had a very fun evening trying different combinations with that game, and getting a little frustrated at how arbitrary some of the recipes seemed. I'll have to check the rest of these out if I have a chance.

Yeah, it is quite interesting. The other ones aren't quite as brain-bending!

Michael2_3B wrote:
You forgot some rather fun .io ones Razz

agar.io
slither.io
wings.io
cursors.io


Nah, I didn't forget 'em, just felt like those were probably more well known that the ones I listed. Glad to know I'm not the only one who plays these ones! But, I did remember vertix.io!

Eightx84 wrote:
No Tank Trouble?

Huh, I haven't heard of this one. I'll have to try it out; thanks for sharing!

Caleb_Hill wrote:
I used to waste all of my time on free rider a few months ago, until I deleted my account to stop myself from becoming to entrapped in its awesomeness

Nice. I haven't been playing for long, but it certainly is quite addicting!
Eightx84 wrote:

I lost to the computer. My score before i gave up was 9 to 52 Sad
Eightx84 wrote:


I love this game! We played it in tourneys in school once (I won 1 Razz

Have you also tried Eggnogg+ ?
http://madgarden.net/2013/05/eggnogg/
Would Opossum Massage Simulator qualify for this list? Razz (although the story in the CSE version is "better")
May I suggest Town of Salem? (Requires Flash)
It looks like I'll be learning JS (at least what's required for Elevator Saga) before Mma. Thanks for showing us to it!
I'm going to have to mention Dungeon Robber, largely because I've sunk a good deal more time than I'd care to admit into the thing. It's based on a set of charts for randomly generating dungeons, way back from the first edition of D&D.
Ancient Greek Geometry is fun to mess with. It's fairly simple at its core, just constructing shapes from line segments and circles. Some of the objectives still escape me, though.
Midnight. Swordfight. is a thing. I'm loath to reveal much more, other than that it's a text-based adventure game. It's probably best to go into it blind.
I personally like Candybox 2 pretty interesting RPG

http://candybox2.net/

PC gamer has a large list (most which I havent played yet...)

http://www.pcgamer.com/the-best-free-online-games-on-pc

Oh! and don't forget about internet archive with the MS-DOS games.

https://archive.org/details/softwarelibrary_msdos_games
Hey ho, it's been a bit, so here's a new game I found!
AD2460: This is a very strategical, multi-player empire-building game (similar to Clash of Clans, I suppose) that has a pretty steep learning curve, but is quite fun to play after you get used to it.
I like this one:

http://kbhgames.com/super-mario-world/

It lets you play Super Mario World in your browser.

http://www.stickpage.com/tetrisdgameplay.shtml
http://www.kongregate.com/games/wanderlands/impasse
A couple other good ones.
I like Tanki Online.
EDIT: I just noticed that this was my 150th post woohoo!
Michael2_3B wrote:
You forgot some rather fun .io ones Razz

agar.io

Same for me Very Happy

Highscore = 222.222K
There's Battlestar Galactica Online, and I used to play Darkorbit.

Warning: I think both of these require Unity to run.


PT_: Jeez. I didn't realize you had such a high score.
  
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