For centuries we lived in peace and prosperity, a time of Men, Dwarves and Elves. But it was not to last. Disturbed from its rest, an ancient evil of unimaginable strength. An army of pure darkness. They swept through our cities, killing everyone. A few managed to escape on boats across the vast seas. Eventually finding a new land to call home. Now, it’s time to rebuild. They are coming, and next time, we must be ready.
Ikariam is a browser based strategy MMO where you build an ancient civilization in the Mediterranean during the time of the ancient Greeks. The game is all about building up your small city and turning it in to a mighty empire.
At the start of Ikariam you own a small fertile piece of land on the coast. Your goal, turning your small flourishing town into the capital of a mighty island empire beings here. There are five resources that you will need from around the islands to help you grow: Building Material, Wine, Marble, Crystal Glass and Sulphur. You will need a lot of building material, and sending workers to receive it should be your first priority.
Once you have a good amount of resources you can expand your town and build up your troops. Building an Academy is key for you to discover new technologies, while the barracks and trading ports will allow you to build your army and trade resources with other players. The game gives you four loyal advisors that will aid you in your journey.
Pirates: Tides of Fortune is a free to play, browser based Pirate plundering game where you will breed life into your own civilization by collecting resources and constructing buildings. I know you’ve heard that whole line before, and yes, Pirates: Tides of Fortune is much like many of Kabam’s previous titles, but this particular MMORTS title adds a huge amount of production value that is not normally seen in this free to play genre. For one, the music / animations / voiceover work is very well done. It’s not often that you get full voice-over tutorials in a game such as this, and although most of you will probably skip right over it, knowing that they spent the time on these details means a lot of players who plan on playing the game more than just casually.
Of course there are some things about the game that leave something to be desired. The combat is pretty stale, and it’s hard to get a great feeling of accomplishment when you only simply tell your troops to attack, but don’t actually get a chance to command them. Also, like most city-sim games, as you level up, the building times increase greatly, which will often-times hamper the amount of time you get to actually play, and are spent time waiting. But that’s also the beauty of the genre, you are not locked in to playing one RTS game, in-fact i’m usually in 4-5 different games and can switch between them depending on when I have some resources / time to spend.
All in all, this is a very high quality RTS game that players of the genre will find enjoyable. The game can start off a bit slow, but as you venture through the tutorial and set out on your own, you’ll find a great experience.
ANNO Online is not your typical ANNO game, so for fans of the serious, this may be a turn-off. But what Ubisoft and Blue Byte have created here is a pretty fun time-consuming browser game that will keep you entertained for hours. One thing you’ll immediately notice about this city-sim-builder is that it’s not like most of the MMORTS games out there, due mostly to the fact that there is no multiplayer combat. In fact, besides the global chat from players, that seem to usually be eager to help mind you, there is no contact needed with other players, and of course, no combat.
In ANNO Online you will start with a small settlement with a singular house. Throughout the game you will build larger houses, earn more income, build up resources by mining, cutting and milling and use that to then, construct larger communities. There’s a little more to it than that however, you will need to entertain your citizens and give them basic necessities. The game will start off rather easy, with plenty of quests to guide you along your way, but as the game progresses, it gets increasingly more complex. You’ll need to expand your city and juggle resources across multiple cities on different islands. Having to deal with ship transport, supply and demand and of course, the unhappy citizens.
For every world, there must be a ruler. The planet lies is shambles around you, and only you can restore industry and civilization. Develop your colony and instill loyalty in your followers. Discover lost knowledge, research the new technologies needed to control the weapons of the future, and claim your empire. Lead the world?s greatest army, protect your people, and wage a total, ultimate war for superiority and control of the world?s resources.
You are not alone in your fight. If you desire power, you must form strong Alliances with your Friends. Exchange knowledge, combat experience, and resources. Together, you can defeat the hostile wastelands surrounding you.
Find valuable lost artifacts and harness their power to unite or destroy the thousands of cities fighting for supremacy.
Bring them all under your command. This is your chance. This shattered world awaits your Domination?
Forge of Empires is a browser-based strategy game developed by InnoGames. In the game, players must, among other things, manage and produce resources, develop an army, gain control of provinces, and research their way through several pages of history and development.
You begin the game with your own plot of land. A tutorial will walk you through the various menus and gives you options of what types of buildings to build. You are taught how to build, research and unlock more buildings. Like your typical city-building game, Forge of Empires allows you to build on various places on your plot of land. One thing it does differently though allows you to move your buildings around, as well as sell them.
As your city grows you will need to generate more and more resources. You will build up your army and send scouts out to ‘visit’ other areas of the map. As you progress you will battle other cities, conquer new provinces and expand your empire.
The game is pretty straight-forward but gives you many options and new features that will keep you coming back again and again.
Call of Roma is free to play real time strategy game which allows players to build an empire, organize troops and fight enemies. The game is developed by Heroic Era, a China-based gaming company associated with Evony, Maegica and Senatry. Basically, the game qualifies a great browser game in terms of gameplay, storyline, background, and strategy.
Call of Roma is one of the most successful browser games in North America and the rest of the world since there are a number of publihsers to help co-publish this game. In Call of Roma, not only can you build your buildings and settlements, but you can also perform numerous quests located throughout the game. And of course after you complete your quests you are rewarded with upgrades your houses, level-ups and other necessary items. Another great feature of this game is that you don?t have to focus all your attention on it, that is, you can take a rest in the middle of your game and come back later. The end goal of the game is to keep your city safe conquer other players.
These are a number of different and individual units available, so you can can specialize your skills on attack or defense. Once your infrastructure and city of hall are built, you can go to produce resources and even trade with other players. The raw materials are required for the development of the empire and recruiting for the troops. An important element of the game is that you can conquer other villages and empires. If you successfully take control of other empires, you may enjoy the production boost and get more resources.
In Goodgame Empire, players get to experience life as lord of a land. Go from building your small castle to the capital of an empire! Set up and operate a thriving economic state, and build your military forces to defend your holdings, and expand your borders. Join with other players and destroy any opposition, to become the ruler of a legacy!
Goodgame Empire is a browser base castle building game where you build things in real-time. Graphics are cartoony and easy on the eyes. The interface may be a little clunky, but most of the basic stuff is easy and intuitive to use. The main objectives of the game is to accumulate resources such as wood, stone and food over time and then spend this building stuff and feeding your population and army. There is some limited functionality for sending resources to others and therefore trading. Goodgame Studios have also recently introduced outposts, which are like mini castles you can capture and build up from scratch.
In the game you receive quests, which are the only way to get experience, and they direct you to build certain building. Gaining experience means gaining levels. Gaining levels means more types of building and better soldiers to recruit. Besides building stuff you also recruit armies and build siege equipment. This means you can make use of this for attacking other players. The combat itself is automatically resolved, but the setup and combat reports are complex enough to be interesting without being daunting. Beating up other players gives you honor which will increase your ranking in the game as you gain more of it.
If you are in to City Building games give this one a try, you will not be sorry.
Experience a unique time of discovery, conquest and war. There is only one rule here: The rule of survival of the fittest, where only the strong survive and the weak will perish. Fight for a position of power in the kingdom and gain tactical superiority by accomplishing great fame throughout the land. Send your army to battle against thousands of other players and empower your colony!
Romadoria is a strategy based browser MMORPG relating to one of the most exciting times in history, the Roman Empire. It is an empire building game that has you begin with a single colony that you must build up to becoming an empire of your own. Construct new buildings, research new technologies and build up your army to take on the thousands of other players in the Romadoria universe.
There are a lot of things that go into building your legion. You need buildings that can create food for them, you’ll need to build barracks that can create lead sling bullets and you’ll need forts that act as a headquarters. You will research different technologies depending on what types of troops you will use. The battles are exciting and much better than many online strategy games on the market. You will actually see individual units maneuvering around the tactical map, much like a chessboard.
Romadoria captures the flavor of the Roman Empire building and fighting games of old, but adds in the exciting elements of being part of a robust community filled with sinister plots, loyal allies and just about every type of person in-between. Come, see and conquer Romadoria. I guarantee that you will not be disappointed.
Operation Gamma 41 (OG41) is a free online strategy game set in World War II. The game revolves around two factions, the ?Free Confederation? and ?Allied imperial Force?, as they confront each other on the battlefield. Operation Gamma 41 is an empire building game that is very innovative from the beginning, tying in the story line of World War 2 and engulfing the player in the drama of the war.
“A World torn apart by war, that is the truth of the early 20th Century. Nations tear each other apart and entire generations of men are sent into battle in a variety of war-machines to kill or be killed. In 1941, Operation Gamma changed the war forever.
After nearly two years of bitter fighting, more and more countries were sucked into the wake of the war. The League of Nations, which had unsuccessfully worked to uphold peace since the last World War, watches helplessly as the Axis Forces and the Free Allies wage war on an unprecedented scale.
In a last attempt to stop the madness, the League’s head, Richard P. Ward, invites all the warring nation?s leaders to a final conference in Geneva.
With their troops evenly matched, and neither side able to gain a decisive victory, the leaders follow Ward?s call. The hint of a secret that would change the war and the chance to eye-up the competition was enough to bring them all together, for nobody dared to miss out. The world held its breath for a moment, could a path to peace be on the horizon?
Then came OG-Day… Everything changed that fateful day. As the radio transmission of the conference started, silence fell across the lands and battlefields alike. But something wasn?t right. There was only static noise coming from the radio, followed by otherworldly wails and screams. Then a hoarse whisper, a warning: “Gamma is coming” When the first airplanes arrived at Geneva, they found a burning city. In 1941, the world was left devoid of its leaders.”
During the first days of chaos, some Commanders of the Free Allies saw their chance to take cities deep within mainland Europe. They pushed forward well into enemy territory in the hope that soon leadership would be restored and they would be honoured for their courage. But soon it became apparent, that neither orders nor backup would ever come again. Now caught between enemy forces, each of them struggles to establish a bastion of democracy and freedom.
Ever marching onwards, Commanders of the Axis forced their way into the world. Devoid of new orders, they pushed further and further into enemy territory, using the chaos to conquer as many cities as they could. Drawn forward by their success, they had neglected to defend their own homeland. When the first Commanders came to their senses, they found themselves encircled by enemies and even their homeland partly occupied. Now they are establishing footholds to maybe one day retake what once was theirs.
Clash of the Dragons is a free to play browser-based trading card game. The game borrows elements from a traditional RPG and adds a new spin as a fantasy TGC.
Upon entering the game, you will be prompted to create your avatar; then you are able to freely travel across the map and spend a certain amount of energy to fight against different monsters. Winning a battle grants you various loot, experience and other rewards.
Upon entering into a battle for the first time, you will need to familiarize yourself with combat interface and dialogue boxes with different options. In Clash of the Dragons, instead of having the popularized hit points system, it is actually the amount of cards you hold in your deck determines your health. When damage is dealt by another player or NPC, you have to discard as many cards as the damage being taken from the top of your deck. The battle ends when you are unable to draw any additiolnal cards. There are two number displayed on each card, one determines the amount of damage the card will deal, while the other is the defense point, which will be subtracted from the amount of damage done by your opponent.
The game is relatively easy to pick up and play compared with other trading card games. There are four class available and each one has their own primarily attribute, which determines what kind of attack will be optimal.
Battles become slightly more complicated and unpredictable at higher levels and with the introduction of buff and healing cards. Buffs can give you some sorts of status enhancement such as granting chance of inflicting critical attack, or splitting half of the damage taken. And the healing cards enable you to revive cars that have been discarded. The number of cards you can pull out from your depletion pile equals to the power of the healing card.
As a typical trading card game, Clash of the Dragons allows players to customize the deck; keeping too many melee and ranged attack cards in deck is meaningless when you play as a spellcaster. You can either purchase card packs coming with assortment of 5 random cards with coins or premium currency, or craft a specific one by using cards that appear to be useless in your deck, however, it seems that acquiring enough cards and crafting ingredients take a long time.
Besides the deck customization, there are a lot of things to do while you are outside battles. Skill points can be spent in a wide range of optional abilities to benefit players ? from increasing the maximum deck size to increasing the number of NPC?s which can be placed in one deck. Moreover, once you have accumulated enough points, you can unlock your second class, which giving you the possibility to toggle between those classes when you face-off against enemies of different powers.
Clash of the Dragons is a different and unique take on the classic trading card game. If you are willing to try out a TGC, give this one a try. Traditional RPG players will find elements they adore with a completely new spin.
War 2 Glory is a real-time MMO browser game, set during the great conflict of World War II. Players start the game by becoming the commander of a small city and must build, defend, trade and expand to be successful during the great war! Commanders must be hardened mayors and brilliant generals, developing your cities and industries to fuel and guide your armies, which are then used to expand your sphere of influence and bring glory to your name!
The game allows you to achieve military dominance with more than 40 different authentically-represented vehicles from World War II. Use your own cunning tactics and strategies to control the battlefield, while you bewilder and outfoxing your enemies across a huge global game world. Your goal is to target enemy-held territories and to weaken their economy, scout their cities for troops and finally launch the devastating final blow to submit them to your will!
In War 2 Glory, battles take place on land, sea and air, so make sure you bring the right units to counter your enemy depending on where the battle will take place. If your enemy is too strong, ask your alliance members to join with you in a mighty united offensive to completely overwhelm your enemies defenses. The games graphics have a wealth of detail and a style that is rarely seem in other Browser MMO real-time strategy and city management games
The realistic combat system allows players to use in-depth tactics that exploit the full strength of different combinations of troops, vehicles, air and sea power. This can allow a skillful commander, who may be undermanned and out-gunned, to defeat a larger army and achieve victory.
Eredan is a social fantasy themed online trading card game MMO. Players compete against each other to become the ultimate warrior. Your goal is to duel other players using your magical deck of cards. Purchase boosters and wield powerful weapons and spells as you create and customize your hand. Intense battles and tactful strategy are keys to proving to the world that you have what it takes to be the last hero standing.
Eredan takes on a medieval fantasy theme. Players are to become heroes in a world where it?s hard to distinguish the difference between friend and foe. Creatures of darkness have begun to terrorize a land already torn apart by war, and a leader must be forged. Using a simulation similar to the mechanics of a physical card game, players create their own deck of characters and spells to play against others in a duel to the death. Win matches, upgrade heroes, and participate in tournaments.
Although comparable to other TCG’s like Carte, this game features Facebook integration which allows users to connect with their Facebook friends or make new ones through the game. There is a wide selection of cards to collect and trade. Hundreds of different spell and weapon combinations make for thousands of unique playing styles and strategies. Many cards are unique to certain classes and many characters providing bonus stats to different cards. Each signature hero card displays the character?s race, class, and guild. The game also features six multi-classes combining the Priest, Mage, Warrior, and Marauder class that are available as players advance.
“The world ended on December 21, 2012 in a cataclysmic event that left very few survivors. The few who survived have only recently started to rebuild on the backbone of past civilization and organized into tribes, but live in a world of anarchy. As a tribal chief, you must rebuild, defend your base from rival gangs, and assemble an army to battle for precious resources.”
What a great intro description to the game Final Eden, really makes me want to put down whatever i’m doing and give it a play! Final Eden is a browser based real time strategy / city manager game where you must defend a small group of survivors from looters slavers and cannibals in the year 2040.
Final Eden is similar to other titles by Kabam. Start out with a small town, build structures and armies and technologies, upgrade, advance, repeat. The combat is automated, but you do have to strategically place your buildings and your troops, making it a little more realistic. The game features PVP and PVE, Clans and real-time chat. The graphics are great and the gameplay is fluid and Fast.
- Build a powerful base on ruins of the old world
- Defend it against bandit gangs with defensive turrets that vary in range and weaponry
- Attack your enemies with an army of off-road vehicles including assault bikes and heavy armour vehicles
- Deploy units skillfully to maximize destruction
- Join an alliance for mutual protection