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Siegelord
  • Siegelord

  • Posted on  Apr 12,2015  12:04 , by Sara Lau
  • Siegelord is a free to play MMO strategy game from 37Games. It mixes city-building and strategy in a fictional medieval continent. The main goal in the game is to raise a powerful army and cooperate with your fellow faction members in an effort to dominate the world map. The game relies upon the economic development of your city, strategic planning in both building and battling, and working with allies to achieve a complete victory over rival factions. Shortly after starting, you’ll be prompted to choose between three factions: Empire of Gorm, Nords Alliance and Kingdom of Albion. Once you select […] read »

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Dragon Atlas
  • Dragon Atlas

  • Posted on  Apr 2,2015  02:04 , by Sara Lau
  • Dragon Atlas by 37Games is a free to play side-scrolling adventure game with a variety of unique features and depth of gameplay. The game is in the world of Ymir, a land where people are able to train dragons and often come into conflict with dragons and other worldly creatures. The art-style is charming for the various characters, however enemies and dungeon backgrounds can have a darker feel which adds a nice contrast to the environment. The over-world map resembles a board game, here players move a piece across this world to explore and progress through the story. At this […] read »

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Hero Commander
  • Hero Commander

  • Posted on  Nov 22,2014  01:11 , by Sara Lau
  • GTArcade is one of the world’s leading publishers of browser-based games (Knight’s Fable and League of Angels) you can play for free. The vast majority of these are MMORPGs. Though each game they publish puts a different spin on the story and gameplay, if you’ve played one, you’ve got a good grasp on what all the others feel like. The stories tend to be trite and the mechanics tend to be highly repetitive and largely mindless. The biggest problem with both is that they really just don’t matter — whether or not you read the story and what gameplay decisions you […] read »

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Sparta: War of Empires
  • Sparta: War of Empires

  • Posted on  Nov 18,2014  05:11 , by Sara Lau
  • Sparta: War of Empires is the latest in Plarium’s lineup of MMO strategy games for the browser. Its gameplay is practically identical to earlier Plarium games such as Soldiers Inc. and Stormfall, with its ancient Greek setting far and away being the primary difference. Like the other games before it, War of Empires blends city-building with military conquest. As your city grows, so too will your alliances with other city-states, knowledge of technology, and offensive might. Review: The game opens with a surprising alliance with Leonidas himself. Despite how busy you’d expect the king of Sparta to be with the […] read »

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Mythborne
  • Mythborne

  • Posted on  Sep 5,2014  01:09 , by Sara Lau
  • Mythborne is a new browser-based MMORPG from China-based R2Games, the publisher of Wartune, Monkey King online and Shadowbound. Loosely inspired from ancient Greek myths, Mythborne features a vibrant fantasy world where players are able to role play one of five classes – Duelist, Oracle, Hunter, Mage, and Paladin and recruit many other NPCs as their heroes to fight with them along the way. During the adventure, players could encounter an array of monsters in various dungeons and open maps. Battle in Mythborne, at its core, is turn-based. Players could deploy their heroes as if they build their deck in card games and […] read »

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Shadowbound
  • Shadowbound

  • Posted on  Jul 11,2014  12:07 , by Sara Lau
  • Shadowbound is a new browser-based MMORPG from R2Games behind well-known browser games such as Wartune, Monkey King Online, Knight’s Fable, and Zombies Ate My Pizza. The game throws you into a magical world where you must lead your mercenaries to defeat evil enemies threatening your survival. There is no peace in the world of Shadowbound and you are the one who determines your own destiny. If you have already played R2Games’s Wartune, you will definitely be familiar with how its latest entry Shadowbound works.  The game wisely uses Wartune’s mechanics spread across dungeon, battle, Building and VIP system, managing to deliver […] read »

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Knight’s Fable
  • Knight’s Fable

  • Posted on  Jun 29,2014  03:06 , by Sara Lau
  • Knight’s Fable is a new browser-based MMORPG from YOUZU Games, the maker behind League of Angels or Angel Alliance. The game lets you choose one of four classes – Knight, Magi, Fighter, Spiritus – to embark on a fantasy world where you fight against evils, do jobs, participate in various events like Battle Shrine, Escort, Fishing and more. Review: GTArcade is one of those publishers that puts out tons of browser-based MMORPGs. All of these complex browser MMOs kind of blend together, featuring similar gameplay, features, and art styles. Even so, most of them manage to add one or two […] read »

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Ravenmarch: Empire in Flames
  • Ravenmarch: Empire in Flames

  • Posted on  Jun 18,2014  05:06 , by Sara Lau
  • Ravenmarch: Empire in Flames is the latest game from Kabam. Like most of Kabam’s catalog, Ravenmarch is a strategy browser game that’s free-to-play and massively multiplayer. The game has an extremely simple premise — in the medieval age, it’s your task to use your wits and might to unite the Empire under a single banner. Review: The game starts with you selecting your name and your avatar. You’ve got four options for the latter, two males and two females. Very early on, you’ll align yourself with one of the three factions: Empire, Kingdom, or Leagues. A small bundle of premium […] read »

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Rising Generals
  • Rising Generals

  • Posted on  May 29,2014  01:05 , by Sara Lau
  • Rising Generals is a new free-to-play strategy MMO from the Germany-based studio, InnoGames. Their past portfolio includes browser and mobile hits like Tribal Wars, Forge of Empires, and Grepolis. Rising Generals is a modern warfare game featuring empire building and a heavy focus on PvP. Well, it’s pretty modern anyway. Technically, Rising Generals is retro sci-fi — like the 80s guessing what war machines would be like 30 years later. Overview: Rising Generals is being designed with mobile in mind, and the game is totally cross-platform between computer browsers, iOS, and Android. Any progress is stored and synced across all […] read »

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Soldiers Inc.
  • Soldiers Inc.

  • Posted on  Apr 23,2014  01:04 , by Sara Lau
  • Soldiers Inc. is yet another base-management real-time strategy game on Facebook. It seems like we’re getting new ones on a monthly basis, but that’s really not surprising when you consider how popular they are and how much money the successful ones rake in. These games do a great job bridging the gap between casual and hardcore gaming and attract a lot of players interested in a hardcore game experience with a casual commitment level. Clearly, Plarium is one of the companies that’s doing well with this type of game, as this is their fourth major entry in the genre. Review: […] read »

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