Video Games for Your Browser () 10:40 PM CET - Mar,26 2019
Video games are one of the favorite pastimes for many people and some of them look truly fantastic! While the majority of people, especially younger generations, choose to play video games on PCs or consoles, there are those who prefer more casual types of games that you can play on your browser.
Note that these games are free, and you don’t need a high-end computer or a console to play them. If you happen to be one of those people who enjoy browser games, make sure to keep reading and find out everything you need to know about the best browser games that you can start playing immediately!
Vikings Village shows that one doesn’t need excellent graphics to make an outstanding game. This pixelated game presents you with the opportunity to join in the biggest brawl this Viking village has ever seen. After all, who parties harder than the Vikings?
Punch, kick or throw objects — anything to get to the top of the leaderboard. As you continue to play the game, you can level up and unlock new abilities that will let you move faster or set the objects you collect on fire. You can chain-kill your opponents for bonus points or drink beer to restore health. Make sure you bring your A game because the competition is fierce in this village!
If you’ve ever played Bomberman, then you are already familiar with the gameplay of Blast Arena. You play every game against three other players and see who comes out victorious. The goal is to navigate through the map, plant bombs, blow up rocks, and, of course, other players as well!
Whenever you destroy some of the rocks, you may find upgrades that will increase the radius of your explosions or make you run faster. However, you have to be careful because the blast of your explosions can hurt you as well. Also, you need to be clever and outwit your opponents until you are the last man standing.
While Agar.io is extremely simple in design, it is also one of the most popular browser games out there. However, it is everything but easy. You get to play as a circle, and the goal of the game is to eat smaller dots and avoid other, bigger circles that represent other players. Smaller circles move faster, which means that you will have a good chance to outmaneuver them.
However, once you grow big enough, the roles reverse, and the hunted becomes the hunter. You should then chase other players and climb the ranks as you increase in size. It’s a vicious cycle of life in Agar.io. Come to think of it, it’s a pretty brutal game and I love it!
Powerline.io resembles one of the first video games we ever got to play on our mobile phones — Snake! As a matter of fact, the goal of this game is pretty much the same — use your arrow keys to move and eat as many power-ups as you can since those will increase the length of your snake.
However, instead of having a plain old grey snake, you will get a fancy neon one! Moreover, instead of playing in single-player, you get to play online on a board filled with many other players.
War Brokers is a first-person shooter game. Most of the maps are classic deathmatch games. However, you will also have maps that come with different objectives, like stopping the launch of your enemy’s missiles. Since the game is in open beta and still in development, new types of maps can be added at any time.
When you start the game, you get a regular pistol and a rifle, which you can upgrade down the line and unlock new ones as you continue to play. Some of the maps even include vehicles, like helicopters or tanks that you can use to dominate the battlefield!
Transformice is a classic game that puts human nature to the test! As the name suggests, you’ve been transformed into a mouse, and all you and your friends want is cheese.
However, you can’t reach the cheese by yourself and in order to get it, you must work together with your mice friends. Since virtually everyone is greedy, the whole group usually plummets to death within seconds. Check it out for yourself. I mean, what could go wrong?