What Almost No One Knows About Games
If you are in search of a captivating RPG that won’t bloat your hard drive, then you hit the perfect jackpot. We are also ardent players of the browser RPG games, but while there are plenty to choose from, there is just not enough time to play them all. To help you out, here is a list of some of the addictive games that will keep you glued to the screen all through.
Kingdom of Loathing: the Kingdom of Loathing has stood the test of time with its hand-drawn stick figures, and satirical script. First released in January 2003, the game remains as funny and ridiculous as almost 15 years ago. Each day, you get some turns, and the game is continually evolving. It is in Open Beta thus new features are frequently added, much to the delight of the enthusiastic player community.
A sequel of the notorious League of Angels, League of Angels 2 is a free browser RPG. Compared to its predecessor, LoA2 sees noticeable improvements to the graphics and the gameplay as well as much more developed universe.
The the new game consists of more than sixty characters each from a different faction. The the main story features multiple chapters but o play the somewhat difficult elite dungeons, you will have to be at level 15 or above. The game also offers daily quests as well as weekly cross-server PvP events for massive battles.
Drakensang Online: When comparing all the browser RPG games, the Drakensang’s graphics outstand the rest. In fact, the animations are on par with some of the best premium games in this type.
It is set in the medieval Anderworlds, providing you with hundreds of possible quests and more monsters than one can dream of. Start by selecting one these player classes; the Spellweaver, the Ranger or the DragonKnight. Each level boasts a different set of combative skills and progressions.
Drakensang also offers a great co-op feature where teams of up to four players can work together to tackle quests. If you want to dominate with your buddies, it is best to consider this too. For a competitive edge, gaming logos can be a good way to stand out and represent your team effort uniquely.
Adventure Quest Worlds is an adaption of the popular Adventure Quest and is a fantastic detailed browser RPG game. With over 5 million registered accounts and daily logins that are over 300,000, its population is one of the most extensive on the web.
The format is genre-standard, 2D fantasy adventure quest style. However, this game is designed for a younger audience.
Whatever your choice of player, whether a knight, wizard or archer, you will all be competing to save Alderstone town from the clutches if evil in King’s Road. The game has a co-op play that is well designed, with its drops-in drop-out nature which works seamlessly. But if you prefer braving the world alone, you are still welcome.